We celebrated our BLOOM Collection and all of the fabulous women who wear our frocks, with a little soiree at Lumiere Events.
We thought we'd introduce you to some of our most Marvelous Maiocchi Mavens, who took to the catwalk as our super models for the day.
We really are very lucky to be dressing some of the most clever, fabulous and fun ladies in all of the land.
Michelle is a former primary school teacher who now writes full time. She writes a regular column for online magazine She Society and is a published romance author. She also has a podcast called Buzzing About Books. Michelle only began her writing career at 51 …….so as they say it’s never too late to follow your passions!
When did you buy your first Maiocchi dress?
I think it was around 2011 when I bought my first Maiocchi. I was walking past the Paddington store when a dark navy and white spot retro style frock with a wide white bodice caught my eye. It was so flattering. I wear it to this day and always receive compliments on it. My collection has grown since that day and I have introduced Maiocchi to all my friends.
Describe yourself in 3 words…
Kind. Loyal. Feminine.
Which is your fave dress from the BLOOM Collection?
I love wearing the jumpsuits so much ……so they are my favourite.
What’s the best place or occasion you have worn a Maiocchi dress?
I used to travel a lot before COVID and I have worn my green floral jumpsuit to dinner when we were there on Safari in South Africa at the Ngala Tented Camp. We enjoyed a romantic dinner on the deck of The Lodge, under the shimmering stars. The female rangers all wanted their own Maiocchi jumpsuits. It was so hot and I managed to look cool and comfortable.
What would you like to see Maiocchi feature on their upcoming prints?
I always love the bee and butterfly prints and was hoping you’d do something in sunny yellow for our annual Strive to Be Kind day luncheon. As I’m a Romance writer hearts are always a winner and perhaps books for all my fellow bookworms out there.
Michelle is wearing the Zoe Jumpsuit in navy garden