The wrap dress is definitely the most versatile dress in the fashion industry, besides the LBD of course. Not only is the wrap dress multi-functional, but it looks flattering on all body types. Who doesn't want a dress that can do that? The tie at the waist accentuates your curves, giving you an hourglass figure. It is important to know when shopping for clothes, always find items that fit you exactly. You want to show off your shape, rather than hide it. The wrap dress can make that happen.
Diane Von Furstenburg created the wrap dress in the seventies and sold over 5 million dresses, making it a noteworthy fashion statement for every woman. If you love DVF as much as I do, she is reviving her iconic wrap dress with different vintage patterns and a variety of lengths, from long to short. Her incredible sense of style has made her one of the top designers in the fashion industry. If you ever come across a wrap dress, especially one designed by Diane Von Furstenburg, try it on and I'm positive you will love the way you look.
You can easily transition your wrap dress from season to season. Here are some tips to make your dress last through the warm and cool weather.
Summer: The most common wrap dress falls just above your knees. Not only is the material super lightweight, but this length is perfect for those hot summer days. Add a floppy hat, stacked bracelets and wedges for a lunch date with your beau. Or, if you're more casual, a bright pair of ballet flats will look just as chic.
Spring: You're in-between seasons and the nights can be cool. Pair your maxi wrap dress with a cotton cardigan and belt it at your waist. Add gladiator sandals and a long pendant necklace to complete your look.
Fall: Now, it's time to layer your wrap dress. Wear opaque tights under your dress, ankle boots and a blazer. Wrap a fur infinity scarf around your neck for extra warmth and texture. You can certainly wear the wrap dress during the fall and still look fashion forward.