Hailey Bieber presents the trend dress length for autumn/winter 2022

It’s no secret that clothes work just as well in autumn and winter as they do in higher temperatures. But not everyone is a fan of tights, leggings and the like, which primarily require shorter cuts and wrap dresses. So that you can be completely relaxed when styling dresses this year, we’re stopping by Hailey Bieber, which presents us with the trend dress length of the season that we only want to bet on from now on.

Hailey Bieber wears a maxi dress and we love her look

Hailey Bieber is once again at the forefront when it comes to styling the hottest fashion trends – on and off the red carpet. For her visit to the “Wall Street Journal Awards”, the model opted for a minimalist maxi-length model that looks both casual and extremely glamorous. Above all, the details such as the long sleeves, the extra length of the hem and the ruffles running diagonally across the upper body make the look something very special. And we can only emphasize once again how right Hailey Bieber is with her outfit, which is the perfect choice for both festive occasions and everyday life.

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That’s why you, like Hailey Bieber, should rely on the trend dress length

After we wore a lot of mini skirts and short dresses last season and also in winter 2021, we are going for the opposite in 2022. Like the designers and Hailey Bieber, we are fans of the extra length, which clearly stands out from the maxi dresses we otherwise love. In order to create more elongation, we recommend wearing shoes with platforms or heels when styling. This stretches the silhouette and creates the illusion of extra-long legs. And as I said, the trend dresses are not only ideal for an event (with a blazer and glittering accessories), they also look just as cool with a vest or hoodie over them. This is how sculptural looks are created, which leave plenty of room for fashion experiments with the help of layering.


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