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    Default Minimum height for a maxi dress?

    Do you think there is a height under which wearing a maxi dress is a bad idea? Does it depend on a width to height ratio?

    I saw a dress on birdsnest that might be good for a wedding coming up, but it's a maxi and I am 5'3".

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    Im 5'4 and I wear them. As long as the dress is not dragging on the ground. I think they look great regardless of your height.

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    I'm 5'2 and wear them. Fyi, Jeans west have just started doing shorter (petite) maxi's!!

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    I'm 160cm and wear them. I've rarely had to have them taken up too.

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    I am 152 cm and most my staple outfits are maxis. Love them!!

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    I'm 5 4 and I live in them.

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