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Mini Dresses For Women: Cute, Classy, Chic, Short, Elegant, Long Sleeve, Summer Mini Dresses

Check out our collection of summer mini dresses: Find flirty short styles that are perfect for your next night out. From classic LBDs to feminine satin dresses, upgrade your wardrobe with a short dress that's equal parts elevated and trendy.

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What is Considered a Mini Dress?

Mini dresses are just that: mini. Their hemline sits on the upper thigh compared to a midi or maxi dress. They look extra chic styled with knee-high boots and platform heels for a night out!

Most Popular Formal Mini Dresses:

For formal events, choose a mini dress in a solid tone—you can’t go wrong with a classic black LBD like our Corsage Dress. Mini dresses with satin-effect fabrication, like the Cerinthe dress, are the perfect mid-point of casual and polished for dances or birthday parties. Mini dresses with long sleeves, such as the Lottie dress, have a more sophisticated and mature feel for work-related events or galas.

Most Popular Casual Mini Dresses:

Adding a mini dress to your outfit rotation can add some variety to your everyday wear. For example, a mini dress in a knit fabric (like the Draped Knit Bodycon Dress!) looks chic with sandals and gold hoops for a late lunch with friends. Our floral print mini dresses, such as the Sabine dress, are ideal for shopping with friends or heading to a picnic during the warmer months. Our white Floral Lace Mini Dress is perfect for brides attending showers or celebrations!

What is the difference between a mini dress and a midi dress?

A midi dress typically stops mid-calf in comparison to a mini dress which hem ends at the mid-thigh. However, midi dresses have a similar versatility to mini dresses. They both can be seamlessly dressed up or down and look good when layered.

Events a Summer Mini Dress Would be Appropriate For:

It depends on the dress code! Mini dresses are great for girls’ night out on the town, birthday dinners at a fancy restaurant, and dressier events where jeans and a nice top just won’t cut it. Some school dances call for a shorter dress, but most proms call for maxi and midi dresses.

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