The White House makes Maxi Dresses for Girls in Fashion Again

05/29/2013 18:07

Heading into the second Obama Administration, it's clear that fashion trends seem to repeating those from the 1960s.  Camelot seems to repeating itself with the resurgence of the girls maxi dress as seen in these photos.  Maxis seem to be all the rage these days.  Perhaps it's because the first lady likes to show off her well sculpted arms and beautiful figure.  Women of the White House have always been seen as trend setters and style icons, and Mrs. Obama is no exception.  Perhaps it is for this reason that stores can't seem to keep these dresses on the racks.


Maxi dresses seem to be very versatile for girls.  They can be dressed up or down, depending on the occasion.  That means girls can wear them to school, church, weddings, private parties, and fundraisers as well as casual dates, around the house or family brunches.  And because they are so comfortable, it doesn't feel like they are being burdened by their dress.  And because of the wide assortment of prints available these days, there is no limit to a girls taste.  Maxis are available to all who want them, regardless of body type.  

There are many popular websites that sell maxi dresses for girls, but none does it with the aplomb or deftness as TwirlyGirl.  All of TwirlyGirl's styles are manufactured right here in the United States of America.  That means they can keep an eye on quality control.  Seams are always hidden so that they are not scratchy, and four stitch overlock is used so that the garments are extra strong.  This means girls can wash their maxi dresses simply by putting them in the washing machine and dryer.  Gone are the days when they need to be sent to the dry cleaners.   Today's maxis are easier than ever to enjoy.  TwirlyGirl also offers a broad spectrum of other styles and looks.  All of their dresses are designed with an eye towards individuality and creativity.  Shop here.