In today's article, we are about to find out the most flattering street style ideas on how to wear wrap dresses this year. Wrap dress was first designed by Elsa Schiaparelli in the 1930s, and Claire McCardell in the 1940s (who called her version the "popover"), the silhouette hit peak popularity in the mid-to-late '70s, when Diane von Furstenberg introduced a knee-length, printed jersey version as something flattering, but also sexually liberating. Designers are still showing amazing variations of the wrap dress.
Lace as we know it probably originated in the sixteenth century, although fine nets were swishing around for centuries before that. Needles or bobbins spun silky threads in dreamy colors for the adornment of modish outfits of the day. Ever since then, we’ve been looking for new ways to wear lace, and 2018 is no different. Lace dresses are often either conservative or coquettish, but these strike a lovely balance. Think Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (can’t you see her in the green one?), not the Queen Mother. Playful colors counter the naughtiness of the lace, creating a sexy attitude that’s anything but stodgy.
If you are in the mood for wearing a floral dress, then I've got a very special collection for you. These are exactly what you need. The floral print is definitely pretty in our eyes! There are so many lovely dresses out this season that come in a variety of floral patterns. I've got a stunning collection of favorite options. These designs are ideal for occasions, everyday, and all the other events in-between. You are about to see glamour floral shift dresses, slip-dresses, bohemian designs, poplin floral frocks, ruffled styles, full dresses, flowy maxi ones, etc.
In this article, I am about to show you fresh ways to rock your maxi dress like a street style star. Thanks to its breezy silhouette, an extensive range of prints, and a wide spectrum of colors, maxi dresses pretty much double as cover-ups once summer rolls around. But when styled correctly, a maxi dress doesn't have to be worn exclusively at the beach—it can be given a street-chic appeal for a city stroll or elevated for a black-tie affair. Combined with its ground-grazing length, the effect is dramatic. For photographic proof, we rounded up our favorite street-style snaps that have us reaching for our maxi dress, stat. Scroll through to learn from these chic snaps and then shop a few of our favorite maxis, below.
The future is female! Hot off the runway the power suit trend is quickly emerging this season. In a time of political unrest, designers are strongly vocalizing their support for female power through design. The modern power suit is feminine and fun.
In today's blog post I decided to show you the amazing pants every woman should own this year. Even if you're not a self-proclaimed "pants" girl, having these essential styles in your wardrobe will ensure that when you do skip the skirt, you'll be comfortable and look fabulous. Not sure how to wear them? Consult our guide to the shoes every woman should own and you're halfway there. Anyway, it's time to find out how and with what to wear new pants.
In this blog post I am about to show you my favorite skirts to try this 2018. There are three specific styles that are back in trend this year, including pencil skirts, wrap skirts and long skirts. Every piece looks original and individual. Sit back and enjoy this cool collection of women's must-have skirts.
From beaches to boulevards, shorts are your new summer staple - and there's a style to suit everyone. Shorts are polarizing. Yes, they’re a summer staple. But no, not everyone thinks they look good in them. Fear of camel toe and constant wedgies aside, shorts are necessary on a hot, humid summer day. And they can be versatile: A beat-up pair of Levi’s cutoffs always manages to look cool, while a fancy high-waisted style can be as polished as an A-line or pencil skirt — with less thigh chafing. And that doesn’t even count casual walking-the-dog shorts and any others in between.
When the temperatures inch toward 90 degrees, there’s nothing better to throw on than a trusty, breathable summer dress. This season, more so than usual, there happens to be a plethora of options and decades to cull inspiration from.
Cardigans, jumpers, turtleneck and poncho styles: fashion embraces soft materials like wool, mohair or cashmere. Knits for everyone and for all tastes. For 2018, we are giving you a selection of innovative knitwear trends and styles made of soft and warm fabrics that will keep you warm and trendy. Playing with proportions, hues and wool thickness, that’s the starting point. Some cutting-edge labels love asymmetry and fringe details, others focus on tradition, opting for refined hand-knitted pieces. Others propose all-knit looks to dress in soft wool from head to toe. One label comes with a 1970's inspired vibe, another is all about modern-folk geometric motifs. Try the psychedelic geometric patterns and neon hues, I am pretty sure you gonna like them.