It’s nice to talk about the type of tiers that have nothing to do with Covid and everything to do with dresses. These are happy tiers. This purple and green tiered maxi dress with the ruffle detail on the neckline is one of those low-maintenance styles that gives a lot back. By that, I mean it’s easy to wear because it’s loose around the middle, and easy to look after because it’s machine washable. Not only that, it doesn’t crease if it’s put on a hanger straight away. And nobody wants more ironing to do.
It’d look rather nice with a chunky longline cardigan and biker boots or with a denim jacket and sneakers. For now, I’m wearing it with these amazing green suedette chunky-heeled ankle boots, although wellies might have been more appropriate for the snow. Purple with green is a combination I love and that’s partly because my school uniform was those colours. Purple skirt and sweater, white shirt and a green and purple striped tie. I loved school and I have nothing but happy memories of wearing that colour combination.
The green chunky-heeled ankle boots pick out the same colour in the ditsy print of the dress. A dark green like this one is very versatile. It compliments navy, berry shades, caramel, coffee, chocolate and lighter neutrals. These will look fabulous with a green tiered maxi dress that is almost identical in style to this one. (Have a look at this blog post). Today’s dress is 6cm longer than the green one, and for reference, I’m tall, 5 ft 9 inches, 175cm.
I’ve worn my green onyx chandelier earrings on numerous occasions. They’re lovely and they work with so many different colours and different outfits.
They come in several different gem options including rose quartz, lapis lazuli and amethyst.
Tiered maxi dress: Coast, current (gift)
Suedette green block heel boots: Coast, current (gift). Also available in berry and black.
Green onyx chandelier earrings: Milina London, current (gift). Available in several other gemstones.
Cross body slouch faux reptile print bag: Coast, current (gift)