The Mini Dress is making a comeback in fashion trends and when combined with Tunic tops or dresses that have also made a comeback, there really hasn’t been a better time to add a few mini dresses to your wardrobe. The Mini Dress works great for long leg body types and for those of us who may not want to show that much leg all the time, the mini dress also looks great paired with leggings. Adding leggings to the mini dress also makes many of them more versatile for colder temperatures and a great way to maximize your wardrobe with multiple ways to wear them. The classic look of a mini dress with tall boots is also another great way to blend current fashion trends. Certainly, there is no shortage of great mini dresses, but consider a few of these mini dresses as some of our favorite mini dresses this season.
The Striped Shift Dress by indie designer Sunday in Brooklyn is a great example of a classic retro style shift dress with modern fashion style and an example of a dress that looks great with boots, heels or leggings. This mini shift dress also features another classic fashion trend with the stripes. The dress features a short sleeve, scoop neckline and a simple, yet sophisticated shift dress style. The dress features contrasting zippers on both the left and right hem of the dress for added detail a touch that makes us love the dress even more.
Another Mini Dress is the Ikat Tie Neck Dress by Sweet Pea by Stacy Frati. This dress also exudes that retro look and looks like a classic dress you would have seen with go go boots in the 60s/70s. The dress features a tie collar at the neck that ties in back with a keyhole closure. The dress features long sleeves which makes it a perfect fall/winter piece. The pattern showcases a blend of pinks, browns, blues and greens which gives you lots of accessorizing options. The body of the dress is a classic shift dress style as well and it hits mid-thigh as a true mini dress. Naturally, this dress also works well with leggings and boots.
Continuing with the pseudo-shift dress theme, we also love the Owl Mini Shift Dress by Tulle. With a ruffle sleeve that is cap sleeve length and an adorable bird print that we think looks like owls on it this dress is flirty, playful and super stylish. Each of these dresses while variations of shift dresses all have very different styles and give you a variety of different looks depending on what your style preference is.
Last, but certainly not least we wanted to also mention a basic, but yet not boring Short Sleeve Mini Sweater Dress also by Tulle. This dress features a black tank shell underneath a black fitted sweater with a loose knit pattern around the neckline and shoulders. This mini dress has short sleeves and is the most fitted of all the mini dresses mentioned in this post. As with the others, it looks great with tights, boots or leggings.
The Mini Dress trend really does have a lot of versatile options for a number of different styles and occasions whether they be completely casual or even dressy. Of course these are just a few of our favorites and there are certainly lots of other mini dress alternatives depending on your individual style. Which one of these mini dresses is your favorite?