The wrap around dresses in trend:
The iconic wraparound dress or also known as “wrap dress” was brought to fame in 1972 by the prestigious designer Diane Von Furstenberg, who created it just thinking about something practical and comfortable for the professional woman. The iconic wraparound dress or also known as “wrap dress” was brought to fame in 1972 by the prestigious designer Diane Von Furstenberg, who created it just thinking about something practical and comfortable for the professional woman.
And it is so! This simple dress is also comfortable and practical, very feminine. The best of all is that it favors almost all figures and sizes, including pregnant women, because the dress is just what it does is wrap the figure of the woman and adapt to its silhouette. In addition, it has even left the professional field and is already used in different occasions of the daily life of women, because its versatility allows it.
How can you see, it adapts very well to different figures and occasions and allows very well moving from the office to the night, even to a cocktail with the appropriate accessories and makeup. It is one of the few designs of dresses that looks good to all bodies and for all kinds of activities, ranging from very informal to more formal, where what makes the difference is the length of the dress, the type of fabric, It always has to be thin and stamped.
In the beginning the dress used to have a collar with lapels, V neckline, long sleeves, a strap that fits on one side of the waist, knee length and discreet natural opening by the overlap of the dress. Currently the effect of wearing a tape on the waist to one side gives air to the same dress and keeps the characteristic of the fabric with a soft fall and little thickness, however the design of the line of the neck and shoulders has been varied, as well as cuts in the area of the skirt itself. You will find the design with different touches wearing it with necklines of one shoulder, boat, tucked shoulders, high collar, V neck without flaps or hammock neck, among others.
In a timeless wardrobe, this design cannot miss.
It is a classic model that is constantly updated, in fact many brands get their own version every so often, or some always have it as a basic of their collections, so it is a matter of looking, finding and seeing that it is of good fabric and good make it perfect for us! If we analyze the morphology of this garment, we see that it is a very traditional piece, because the way it is used resembles that of kimonos or togas or even a poncho but it is precisely this practicality that makes it a Versatile and easy to use piece at different times of the day. Dare to try an enveloping dress and you will see that you will not regret it!