Topshop maxi dresses

If you want to feel ultra- glamorous in 2018 and want to be the belle of the ball, here are glamorous Topshop maxi dresses you need buy.

I have never been into maxi dresses, as I can’t wear them. Well, I can, but it wouldn’t fit me. The problem is I’m 4ft10 and a lot of maxi dresses are designed for someone who is at least 5ft. Yeah, so that sucks.

Even midi dresses are a lost cause as I’m just a problematic shorty. I know someone is bound to say, why don’t I just put on some heels to add some height? Well, I actually can’t walk in heels, I just fall over. So adding heels just doesn’t work for me. But it doesn’t stop me looking at maxi dresses, however.

Anyway, I still like to look at maxi dresses and admire them. This is why I’m showing you these glamorous Topshop maxi dresses. I’m very much head over heels in love with them, even I can’t wear them.

These glamorous Topshop maxi dresses make me think of 1930s glamour. The time of old-school Hollywood and cocktails bars. I have to admit I do love 1930s glamour, especially the fashion.

It was the era of Bette Davis, Ginger Roger and Carole Lombard. They were known for their ultra-glamorous gowns and for defining 1930s glamour.

I feel Topshop is channelling some of that 1930s glamour with these maxi dresses. Long gowns you would wear to a few cocktails bars, or to a red carpet event.

While the holiday party season is over and the new year usually spelt a case of the blues. It doesn’t mean you can’t dress up in a glamorous Maxi dress and go to a party or go out on the town.

So if you want to be ultra-glamorous in 2018 and want to channel some of that old-school 1930s glamour, then these glamorous Topshop maxi dresses are what you have been looking for.

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Margherita Maxi Dress by Lace & Beads

Peacock Embellished Dress

Riku Maxi Dress by Lace & Beads

Amora Maxi Dress by TFNC

Desert Moon Velvet Maxi Dress by WYLDR

 

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