The Falls Midi Dress - How To Wear It

Kayleigh Rippingale-Shaw

The Falls Midi Dress - How To Wear It

There is a dress that comes along each season and you know you just have to own it! For us at Traffic People this season, it is the Falls Dress and we have just fallen in love with this versatile beauty and we bet you will too! Personally, I think the secret of its success lies in its simplicity. This is the ultimate pull-on-and-go piece. The hardest part is finding the pattern that works for you (there is one for everyone, trust me), but then the rest is easy.

With Autumn just around the corner, our focus is definitely on our boot selection (search for the perfect pair seems never ending!) and the Falls Floral dress with a pair of ankle boots provides the perfect canvas for those Autumn day. Personally chuck on a pair of western boots, layer-up some pendant necklaces, grab a cross-body bag and you're ready to rock those Autumn days. Check out how the stunning Magelos have styled out not one but two of our Falls Dresses...

Falls Dress Floral and Tiger

Having spent an entire summer wearing polka dots and florals, it's usually around about now we start thinking about switching it up and slipping back into our all-time favourite animal print but until the weather cools, we're wearing it the only way we know how and stepping into that all-important tiger print dress. With the Traffic People spin, the Hidden Tiger Falls Dress is perfect to team with a pair of metallic bronze Mary-Janes, just as the stunning Anne from anselieninwonderland demonstrates; that will see you from your desk to all those "emergency" nights out  in the run up to Christmas..

As any women will know, dressing in an all over print can be an absolute minefield and only attempt by the brave but no more my fashion loving friends! Pick yourself a classic shape such as the Fall Geometric Dress and that all over print doesn't seem that scary. Tone it back with neutral accessories and the forever friend the slingback show and your look will be on point.

                                                                

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