It's cool to see that the rest of the fashion world has also embraced the maxi length. Although we're used to only seeing them for formal occasions, they're now becoming more and more of an everyday piece.
Betty Jackson's sheer red dress has the perfect Ellen von Unwerth vibes although I think for maximum awesomeness I would wear lil' denim shorts under it and unbutton it all the way to the belly button (from the bottom up). Juan Carlos Obando's Grecian gown is perfectly accessorized with a rope harness and I'm surprised at how much I enjoy the shoulder cutouts that I'm usually totally against. Roksanda Illincic's fluid satin skirt and structured sweater could be prim with different proportions but here everything works out, especially with the witchy hat and sheer black hose.
I'm madly in love with Vera Wang's asymmetric oxblood ruffly gown. I would wear it exactly like that. Please come to me. Also come to me Valentino gowns. I have no occasion to wear you but I don't care. I will find it.
Frothy dresses are cool, but structured pieces really take the hippie vibes away and leave a weirdo aftertaste behind (this is a good thing). I love Ann Sofie Back's beautifully draped pieces with delicate folds and pleats. They are strangely organic in their meticulous quasi-futuristic cleanliness. Limi Feu's majestic voluminous A-line dresses seem oddly appropriate for urban nomads, something about a long white dress with a long red jacket just WORKS (peep the super cool boots as well). Things were a little less conceptual at Maison Martin Margiela this season, but they were pretty much everything I want to be. I can't decide if I like the leather skirt or the felted wool skirt better, my guess is that I'd probably need both, along with the cool sweatshirts and opera-length leather gloves.