Regardless of our age, we love dresses because they
make us feel feminine, demure and in fashion. We also love them because they
speed up and simplify the whole process of getting dressed. The challenge is choosing
the right dress. Which ones won’t sit on the hanger next year? While fabrics,
embellishments, prints, and proportions change all the time, these silhouettes
will forever be a mainstay of many new fashion collections to come. Here are 5
dresses that never go out of fashion. These dresses are a must for every
FASHION: Wrap Dresses.
From ancient kimonos to Diane von Furstenberg’s ’70s
revival, it’s safe to say the wrap dress is worth investing in. Not only is it
insanely figure-flattering, but it’s perfect for work and play. This style
flatters our figure regardless of the bumps and rolls we acquire over time. The
adjustable wrap defines your waist (or re-creates one!), the V-neckline
elongates your neck and torso, the crossover wrap separates and lifts your
breasts, the fluid fabric works year-round from day to night (and stays crease
free) and the three-quarter-length sleeves add confident coverage.
FASHION: Halter Dresses.
This back-baring frock gained popularity in the ’40s and ’50s, and underwent a disco-drenched revival in the early ’70s thanks to style icons like Jerry Hall and Bianca Jagger. Every woman needs a dress that guarantees compliments, makes her smile or shows her creativity, sense of humor and global shopping style. This cut is flattering, whether it is multicolor squiggles, a splashy floral print or a pastel color with an interesting neckline and bare back. And, of course, there’s the assurance that no one else will be wearing the same dress. Maybe you picked it up in your travels or at a flea market, flash sale or consignment. It’ll keep the “You look great!” comments coming. If you’ve got a glam, floor-length halter dress, hold onto it.
FASHION: A-Line Dresses
This flattering dress dates back to 1955 when Paris couturier Christian Dior introduced his “new look.” Resembling the letter A, this feminine style usually has narrow shoulders and flares from the waist out to the hem of the skirt. This versatile dress combines fashion and ease. It lets you cross your legs easily, stride down a street and hide a bloated tummy or the five extra pounds that you gained on vacation. It is flattering even when it’s steamy and hot, and all you want to do is catch a breeze. Or when you’re on vacation, poolside, or at a destination wedding, and flip-flops, sandals, or slides, are about as dressy as you can get. This cut allows you to go with the flow. An airy lightweight A-line or maxi dress is one we all need and never buy. Do it! In other words, this dress looks good on everyone.
FASHION: Little Black Dresses.
The little black dress is the VIP of your closet, so be picky because it needs to pivot from work to cocktails, casual to formal, sexy to conservative, with a change of shoes, bag and jewelry. On the other hand, keep it contemporary but true to your lifestyle and personal style. Whether you are urban or relaxed, classic or more fashion conscious you can find a little black dress to fit your style.
Your Little Black Dress might be a tailored fit-and-flare style, a sleeveless shift with faux leather inserts or a flow-y bohemian dress with full sleeves. Go with the bling and even sequins, beads, metallic accents will set you apart from the crowd. A short dress with long sleeves that reflects light is an emergency kit for any evening party, event, gala or black tie affair. When the question is: What do I wear? All you need is one little black dress.
When we think of the shirtdress, our minds wander to Brigitte Bardot in the 1956 film “And God Created Woman” wearing a sultry shirtdress cinched at the waist. Basically it’s a longer version of a shirt, button-down usually, slightly oversized. It looks like a shirt but acts like a dress. You can wear it cinged at the waist with a belt (thin belts are always better in my opinion, and if you want thicker styles, just layer more thin belts). Or, you can leave it un-belted for a more sophisticated effortless look.
So, there you have it. Clothing in the life of a woman plays a paramount role. It is a way to tell the world about yourself. Since ancient times, women have been admiring their reflection on the watery surface and sought to look beautiful. Today the choice of clothes is a real art. Every woman should know about latest fashions that have proven to be timeless. With these 5 dresses you will definitely get your money’s worth while wowing your audience wherever you go.
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