Have you always wanted to wear a wrap dress but never had the courage to take the plunge? Try one out this spring. It will add to your wardrobe like most other items of clothing cannot do by creating versatility in your closet and a fashion staple that has lasted for decades. Since the 1970s these dresses have been worn, and a few excellent reasons exist for this continual fashion staple. Here are three that stand out both in the fashion sense and in the economical one too.
One, a wrap dress will hide your midsection like most other fashion staples cannot do. Because this kind of dress lets you pick how loose or how tight you wear it, you get to loosen it up if you have gained a few pounds and tighten it up after a few months of working out diligently and eating well. So you get to show off your new physique by using the same wrap dress you have had in your closet for years. This speaks to the lasting power of the wrap dress too, since it can stay in your wardrobe whether you are a few pounds over your ideal weight or not.
Two, a wrap dress always stays in fashion with its simple lines and its beautiful patterns, so having this staple in your closet will be good both now and well into your fashion forward future. Some trends come and go, but the wrap dress has stuck around for its versatility and for its simple design. This means you spend a few bucks now on a beautiful floral print dress that will last for seasons upon seasons. This means you get to save some money by avoiding paying for a dozen dresses.
Three, a wrap dress can be worn at the office during the day and out to dinner at night with little to no changes made. You can wear an elegant wrap dress to the office and work a full day, wearing it alongside some flats or sandals and a nice bracelet and grouping of trendy necklaces. At night, after work, you can meet up for dinner and drinks with friends by adding a nice jacket over the top of the dress and some more elegant jewelry like a diamond bracelet or necklace. You get versatility by mixing and matching what you wear with the dress, which keeps it functioning at multiple levels in your wardrobe.