For lounging around the house, nothing beats a comfy robe. Putting one on is like taking a mini-vacation; they’re comfortable and relaxing. In the past few months, I’ve found that ditching my silk robe in favor of sweats has made me feel more put together, even on nights when all I have planned is to lounge on the couch.
As Memorial Day approaches, anticipation is rising for the arrival of summer’s most coveted strappy sandals, raffia accessories, and floaty dresses. However, it may take a little longer than usual for us to switch to our summer wardrobe in anticipation of the upcoming holiday.
As a result, wrap dresses have become increasingly popular. Recently, I’ve been on a wrap-dress shopping binge. Similar to a robe in function, but more refined and designed for use in public, these garments are the robe’s older sibling. Wrap dresses are the perfect piece of transitional clothing to help us look and feel like summer even though we still have to keep up with most of our regular at-home obligations.
This beautiful maxi dress is made from gorgeous silk fabric, and it features a wrap closure in the front with a tie belt. The off-shoulder sleeves have a beautiful ruffle detail, and the back has a zipper closure. The skirt is flowing and elegant, and this piece would look great for any occasion!
It features a wrap front design that creates a figure-flattering silhouette. The dress has a flattering V-neckline and short sleeves. It’s perfect for any occasion, whether you’re headed to work, going out on the town, or just lounging at home. It is made from a lightweight silk fabric that’s perfect for hot weather. The wrap style allows you to adjust the fit, so it can be worn loose or snug.
The dress has a flattering V-neckline, and its front is finished with a decorative bow. The back of the dress is cut low in an open V-shape, revealing your shoulders and arms.
When to wear a wrap dress
Simply put, whenever you want. Put on your most stylish outdoor attire and get ready for rooftop happy hours, office picnics, and dinner dates. Chic wrap dresses are appropriate for a wide variety of events because they are appropriately formal without being too stuffy or formal for the occasion.
How to style a wrap dress
It doesn’t matter if you pair your wrap dress with kitten heels, sneakers, or flats; you’ll still be comfortable and chic all day long. Use a pendant to draw attention to your neck, and complete the look with a pair of matching drop earrings. Leave it open over a bathing suit and your favorite sandals for a chic day at the beach or another casual setting.
Why are wrap dresses so flattering for everyone?
1. They define everyone’s waist
The wrap dress’s cinched waist creates the illusion of a much smaller waist and torso. The dress’s v-neckline draws attention to your bust while the slimming effect on the hips makes it a good choice for pear-shaped women or those who want to add curves. A plunging neckline will visually elongate a shorter torso.
2. They’re Perfect for Any Age
One can never have too many wrap dresses! Since there are countless ways to customize this dress, the style can be worn by women of any age. A longer sleeve and a hemline just below the knee are great options if you’d like a little more coverage. A sleeveless, deep V-neck style is ideal for the bold when you want to feel confident on a date.
3. You Can Wear it Anywhere, Anytime
This cut works equally well for a professional business meeting as it does for a formal wedding affair. Whenever possible, you should dress formally in materials like silk and cotton blends. When paired with timeless heels and delicate jewelry, you will stand out from the crowd. Wrap dresses made of jersey or knit fabrics look great when paired with sandals and a denim jacket for a weekend outing.
Now that you know the many ways in which wrap dresses can be worn, it’s time to add one (or more) to your collection. Do a little self-analysis, get a fix, and specify that you’re looking for wrap dresses to complete your wardrobe. You can kick back and wait for your five unique items to arrive. Shipping both ways is on the house, and you’re never required to schedule more than one repair at a time.