Even though we have been living in the ’80s / 90’s trends-inspired world for a while, dresses that were popular during those decades are still sticking around. The good news is they have been reinvented in new ways that we find particularly flattering. There are puff sleeves to bring in volume to breezy A-line dresses and making them fancier than they were before. There are also minidress and feminine details like smocking and ruffles to give the dress a boost.
After a long year staying at home, we can get use to throwing on a gorgeous dress. While we are all used to wearing comfortable athleisure and loungewear for the past year, dresses are a perfect way to transition out of them. Another thing is that dresses are very versatile. They can be dressed up or down and wear them everywhere. Scroll through some of the dress trends ahead. These styles will look great on anyone at any age.
Thanks to fashion designer, Diane von Furstenberg (aka DVF) who created this trend in the ’70s, this ever-so-popular wrap dress is still a major style today. It is uncomplicated, easy to wear, casual yet elegant.
Shirtdresses have been growing in popularity for the past few months. They are an effortlessly cool wardrobe staple with tons of versatility and layering potential for transitioning between seasons. The name shirtdress may conjure images of oversized dad shirts in heavy knits and granola tones, but today’s styles are far from your typical borrowed-from-the-boys fare.
Flowy Maxi Dresses
Maxi dresses suit every silhouette and they exude an effortless ease and elegant allure. It is a whole outfit in one piece. Just throw it on, add a pair of sneakers or sandals, and you are good to go. For a night out, just pair the flowy maxi dress with heels.
An easy throw on and go piece that looks very put together, a tank dress can still make a statement when mixed with current accessories. You can also wear it with a sweater or a blazer over. This breezy silhouette is perfect for a weekend away or for brunch.
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Minidresses are versatile and can be worn from day to night effortlessly. Simply swap a flat shoe like a sneaker or a sandal into something heeled and you are instantly party-ready. Make heads turn with a pair of knee length boots.
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