I believe that in every closet there ought to be multiple floor length dresses, otherwise called Maxi dresses. Why? Because not only are they easy to wear but also very versatile, and in this day and age, being comfortably stylish on all occasions is every girls’ aim.
Based on how I’m feeling or where I’m going, the type of shoes I’m wearing with my floor length dress is what makes the difference. Sneakers, heels, mules, they all tell a different story and present a certain style presence when paired with my dresses.
Whether I’m going to dinner, to the movies, or to the mall, I can count on one of my maxi dresses to make me look incredible. All I have to do is wear the right shoes along with it! That said, here are the 8 best shoes you can wear with a floor length dress.
1. White Sneakers with Black and White Floor Length Dress
Not only does this pair of white sneakers complement the white patterns on her black, floor-length dress, but it also gives the look an easy going feel. This works well to balance the sassy essence being denoted by the dress’s side split.
2. Beige Sandals with Pink Multicolored Floor Length Dress
It’s almost second nature to reach for your sandals when wearing a floor length dress. On days when you desire your overall look to be more reserved, sandals are ideal, especially as they allow the beauty of your dress to be the focal point.
Also, this floral dress, paired with nude sandals is a go-to look for a beach party.
3. Nude Block Heels with White Floor Length Dress
This outfit is drenched in elegance. A floor length dress is always a classy option and including block heels further solidifies that poise.
If you’re headed to an event that requires you to dress formal, but you can’t be bothered with stilettos, block heels are great backups. They’ll keep your dress off the ground while helping you to keep your balance as you strut your way throughout the event.
4. Beige Booties with Yellow Floral Floor Length Dress
This vibrant yellow dress is just right for the autumn season, and it was accurately paired with beige boots, further depicting an outdoorsy flavor.
There’s no rule book that says boots have to be worn solely with jeans or denim skirts. Take a leap and rock your favorite pair with a breathtaking maxi dress.
5. Pink and Beige Wedges with White Floor Length Dress
Wedges are so comfortable. I could wear them almost every day. They’re also very courtly and fashion forward. So, imagine when they’re being worn with a white maxi dress, how exquisite the whole outfit would look.
In this case, you can take advantage of the fact that you’re wearing a white dress and include some gorgeous hot pink tassel earrings with a harlequin handbag to match your wedge heels.
6. Black Stiletto Boots with Yellow Floor Length Dress
It puts a smile on my face to see this outfit―Fabulous black stiletto boots with a bright yellow maxi dress. This style combo is, undeniably, a show-stopper. I can just envision causing traffic while wearing this.
Black boots are extremely attractive. There’s something about boots that demands attention to the person wearing them. Also, yellow and black meld in such a lovely and welcoming way. Just show off that smile of yours, and you’ll be irresistible.
7. Black Stiletto Heels with Black Floor Length Dress
Yes, girl, the time has come for you to whip out those black stilettos and own the night! This outfit is just pure gold. Everything is on point. Her hair is done in a slicked back ponytail, matching just how refined her heels are.
Don’t get me started on the dress―flowing down so gracefully with that deep cut slit which allows the heels to be put on a well-deserved display. Can we all just give this outfit a round of applause?
8. Brown Heeled Mules with Burgundy Floor Length Dress
Now, this is not a common match-up; heeled mules with a maxi dress. However, those heels are doing a fine job at showing off her ankle, which, as simple as it may seem, contributes to the alluring nature that the slit and neckline of the dress are already emitting.
Words can’t fully describe how much I love floor length dresses, and now you see that you don’t have to keep them locked away for just one or two occasions. Are you feeling more confident about wearing your floor length dresses for numerous events? Which pair of shoes do you think looks best with this style of dress? Let me know in the comments below.