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Colors for the fall mean that you can find a long sleeve boho maxi dress in most any color or combination of colors. The rich shades in style for the fall of 2020 means that your long dress will look terrific with boots from ankle to knee and when paired with shawls and vests in multiple weights.
Get prepared for reds in every shade. From fire engine to claret, you’ll find red popping up in solids and prints and used for boho maxi dresses in every conceivable style. Blue will also be popular, but navy is only one of the options you’ll enjoy. Look for royal blues in hearty fabrics from velvet to satin. Grey is still on the pallet, and deep charcoal will serve as a beautiful foil for the reds in your gown. Finally, when it’s time to lighten the intensity, look for shades of celery and almond to cool a hot color combination.
Your boho maxi dress will offer you a lot of flexibility. On chilly days, you can add snuggly tights and cozy boots to allow the fabric to move and feel warm and cozy. You can pull out a specific shade of your boho dress with a lovely shawl, pashmina or long, draped vest.
Make sure that anything you add to your boho dress moves well. A short wool vest in a boxy style can easily slip over a dress with a fitted bodice, and batwing style dresses give you the option to add a tee to warm your torso.
While the batwing dress noted above will likely have a fitted waist, you can also find the long sleeve boho maxi dress with a simple tunic styling. Without a defined waist, you can turn your boho dress into anything you desire. Many of the tunic styles are of a single color, though they may have some detailing on the bodice or at the collar. In this case, your jewelry options can go more than a little mad.
Consider a layer necklace of ribbons and fabrics, loaded with single pendants. As you stack, study the length to make sure that each pendant frames the one above and below it, and top off the whole stack with a simple lace or velvet choker. Free-floating fabric from chin to ankle, and a one of a kind necklace that you can customize to your taste. What could be better for a day on the town or a special evening event?
As you layer your necklace, consider layering your garments. If your boho maxi doesn’t touch the floor, add a flounce or lower layer of color with a simple maxi skirt in a natural, soft fiber. If you’re not confident in managing a long dress, consider getting one with a decent side slit or a split up the middle for easy walking.
Do your best to accessorize your boho dress with a cross body bag that you don’t have to fiddle with. You’re going to want a hand free to work the dress, both to show off the energy of the fabric, the remarkable colors, and to prevent a stumble.
Carefully consider both your footwear and what you’ll wear under the garment. It’s hard to fit a coat over a boho dress, and fall nights can be chilly. A tee under the dress can capture heat at your torso and tights can prevent loss of heat further down your body. Make sure the fabric doesn’t cling to anything you wear on your legs, and if you can’t do tights, wear ankle boots to prevent getting chilled as the sun goes down.