Flattering One Shoulder Holiday Dresses
The One shoulder styles are so flattering and this season, big catwalk trend for 2019. The one shoulder maxi is the holiday dress to wear. It’s the ultimate must have for your summer wardrobe to show off those shimmering shoulders.
Designer LindseyBrown has created two stunning one shoulder holiday dresses that can take you from a brunch in Barbados to a wedding reception in Santorini. Both are beautifully cut so the fit is wonderful, made from two different breathable fabrics in cotton and silk.
If the one shoulder style is a little risqué for you, designer LindseyBrown has created these clever dresses to be worn in 5 different ways, so the occasions when you can wear this holiday dress are endless.
How to wear our One Shoulder Maxi Dresses
Style 1) Both shoulders covering the upper arm
Style 2) Bardot style, off the shoulder creating a strapless look covering the upper arms.
Style 3 ) One Shoulder which is the most flattering style as it elongates the body. You;ll tend to choose one shoulder over the other depending on how you choose to wear your hgair, up down or a side bun maybe
Style 4 ) Strapless, wearing the frill under the arms, creating a strapless frilled dress style.
Style 5 ) Belted or loose. Add a belt to cinch in your waist
The Mustique holiday dress is made from 100% Silk, hand painted in Coral, Pink and Honey tones with an artisan hand tie dyed technique over the top. Pretty light weight gold beads and sequins decorate the frilled shoulder and neckline.
The loose belt is also decorated with hand sewn sequins and beads, which catches the sun’s rays. The belt can also be worn as a headscarf which really completes the look.
Another great holiday dress is the Portia Maxi , in cool crinkle cotton, Portia is the type of holiday dress that you can wear in the daytime to a wedding in Greece or Majorca and feel dressed to perfection from day to night. You can imagine wearing this stunning holiday dress abroad, as the fabulous quality crinkle cotton would keep you cool in hot climates.