Ten Gorgeous Maxi Dresses You Won't Believe Are Under $50

Give me a boho maxi dress and I'll wear it until it unravels at the seams. For me, I'm all for a bold print and good price when shopping for my next addition so I couldn't resist a little extra swoon after spotting some of these beauties under $50 below. Guys, these are gorge and who can say no those prices?!

Wear It Again: Layer Your Wrap Dress Over Jeans

Full disclosure: I bought this particular dress to layer over this brown turtleneck because the colors just happened to be the perfect match for each other. But, that doesn't change my opinion on giving dresses extra wear by layering them over jeans. I'm all for making the most of wears, especially when it comes to dresses and jeans. Tip: I recommend you start with wrap dresses, you can loosen to tighten to your desired fit over your jeans. For instance you can go a little looser with high waisted jeans and give your dress a little mid-tuck or you can have it more fitted with mid-rise styles to avoid showing the midriff. I also love treating my dress like a little kimono like in this instance where I threw it over my turtleneck and jeans and paired with white boots. 

Dress ASOS // Turtleneck Peruvian Connection (similar) // Jeans Wrangler // Boots Dolce Vita // Bag Fossil 

Tan Shearling Coat and ASOS Mixed Print Maxi Dress

A couple of weekends back we had amazing upper-40 degree weather that warranted light layers and a jacket. We grabbed some brunch on the water at Industry Kitchen and shot a few pictures here in the seaport district. It was the perfect backdrop for my shearling coat and mixed print dress. 70's vibes going strong. I layered my dress with a pima turtleneck, tights and belt for a more winter friendly take, tossing on the coat to protect me from the occasional bursts of wind. 

Striped Who What Wear Sweater and Black Leather Shorts

Who else is a sucker for a striped sweater?I know I cannot resist and ironically enough really I don't own very many. Or at least I don't think I do. 


This sweater instantly caught my eye while browsing Target.com (which is something I do more than I care to admit). I instantly added it my bag, there was no way I was going to let it go. Honestly, it's even better in person. Aside from my love for all things purple, I'm really feeling these sleeves. They're super fun and of course, most importantly: flattering. So I've been wearing it on repeat for the last couple of week, most recently with black sheer tights and leather shorts because the weather has been forgiving. I kind of dig it. 

Vintage Inspired Floral Maxi Skirt and Denim Trucker Jacket Winter Style

It's never too late or too early for florals to make an appearance. As far as I'm concerned they're always in style. I've been a huge fan of adding casual pieces to dress down some of my favorite floral pieces and this particular outfit has become an instant favorite (though in the pictures the collar on my tee is a little ajar, but we'll ignore that for now, k.). I love the throwback to the  70's vibes with the faux shearling denim jacket and wrangler ringer tee. To keep it colorful the red boots came back and made just the right statement. I have a feeling I'll be bringing this look back for spring...

Jacket (similar) // Shirt Wrangler // Skirt (similar) // Boots Dolce Vita // Belt (similar) // Bag Fossil 

Easy Prosciutto and Brie Baguettes with Fresh Peaches and Honey Drizzle

I'm all about a sweet and savory recipe. It basically kills two birds with one stone: I'm a sucker for all things sweet and salty. This prosciutto and brie baguette is the perfect brunch and/or lunch recipe that tackles both your sweet and salty fix on even the coldest of winter days. First you start with some melted brie on a toasted baguette and finish with a drizzle of honey. One bite and you're going to be begging for seconds, thirds, and fourths. 

Easy Winter Layering: Chunky Oversized Sweater and ASOS Snakeskin Maxi Dress

Give me a way to extend an item's shelf life and I'll call it a win. You've already seen me wear this chunky oversized grey sweater a number of ways over the past year. It's still one of my favorite purchases from H&M and there's no retiring it anytime soon. It's way too warm. But this snakeskin dress from ASOS is all sorts of amazing. It's a little too cold to wear it on it's own but I wasn't going to let that stop me from stepping out in this golden hue. Originally I wore it the first few times with patterned tights that were just the right amount of contrast for the skirt but I couldn't find them on shoot day and I just went with a black sheer. Still works.