High Low Maxi Dresses
High low maxi dresses are just fun to wear. They offer enough coverage to make them easy to wear to just about any function, but they show enough leg to make them smoking hot. Nicole Andrews Collection offers dresses with high low hemlines that flatter, help you tweak your chic for the upcoming season, and update your wardrobe with one flirty new look.
Actress Nicole Andrews’ love of fashion shines through in every dress in her collection. She is inspired by the glamour of old Hollywood and the sunny beaches of Southern California, and she infuses each piece with the laid-back, vibrant feel of the Los Angeles lifestyle. The line is made using super-soft jersey knit and modal fabrics, and the high-quality materials drape beautifully for a sleek, sexy look that can go for miles. Along with high low maxi dresses, Nicole Andrews also makes a variety of other dress styles, including wrap dresses, halters, minis, empire waist and scoop neck dresses, and she makes a line of custom jewelry, bracelets and tassels.
High low maxi dresses put the spotlight on your legs, so add a touch of your favorite glowing body lotion or bronzer to highlight your gams. Choose shoes that create the look you want. Strappy gladiator sandals are sexy and stylish while espadrilles have a more boho feel. Both of these types of shoes will go well with the high low dress for a smooth, summery feel. Look for nude, neutral or metallic colors to match solid colored dresses or a solid-colored shoe that picks up a specific color in a patterned dress.
Finish your look with a statement piece from Nicole Andrews Collection. Tassels, bracelets, and other accessories can take your dress from backyard barbecue to a night on the town. High low maxi dresses from Nicole Andrews Collection are fun, versatile, and travel-friendly, with built-in bras, pretty patterns and a range of sizes from extra-small through large to fit a variety of body shapes. Check out the site today to find your dream dress or to place your order. Shipping is free.
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