Trends may come and go, but these dresses will always be a mainstay in our closets. Sure we all love to try on different styles depending on the season or what’s in trend but if you stick to these five essential silhouettes, you'll never be without the right outfit for any occasion
Take a look down at the following dresses types that have withstood the test of times and have never gone out of style:-
A LINE DRESS
This dress dates back to 50s when designer Christian Dior introduced his iconic "New Look", resembling the letter A.
The A line Dress usually has narrow shoulders nipped at the waist from where it flares out to the hem of the skirt. This dress is so versatile as it suits almost any body type, a must have closet staple.
The classic shift dress is flattering fashion staple piece and can create various stylish looks suitable for various occasion, from office to parties or dinner you can wear this style of dress to perfection. The simple styling of this dress makes it a easy and versatile fashion piece and allows ample experimentation with accessories to enhance the look of it
Today this dress has been given a face lift to make it suitable for all body types and sizes
and occasions. It works for all women when combined with correct shoes and accessories.
Among celebrities actress Audrey Hepburn is famously known for wearing black sleeveless shift dresses both on screen and off screen. Jacqueline Kennedy popularized it too, a simple shift dress formed the center piece of her iconic looks.
The shirt dress is a simple and effortless style staple.To choose the perfect shirt dress keep in mind the length and color of the dress that suits you the most.
There are also versions to choose from - you can either choose a simple fitted button down shirt dress, or a button up shirt dress one that ties at the waist or just gathers around the bust and flares out to create shape.
LITTLE BLACK DRESS
Often referred to as the "LBD" it originates back to 1920s designs of Coco Chanel and Jean Patou which were intended to be versatile, affordable and able to serve a wide range of customers in a neutral color.
The LBD is simply a short black evening or cocktail dress which is essential for complete wardrobe for every woman and can be dressed up or down depending upon the occasion.
A Halter dress is typically a backless dress that is secured at the back of the neck and waistline. It’s usually worn as a summer dress or an evening gown and is available in a variety of lengths including mini, tea and floor lengths.
The Halter Trend gained much prominence during the 30s to which Madame Vionnet contributed alot, it further gained popularity during the 40s and 50s (courtesy Marilyn Monroe),
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