Diane Von Furstenberg once said, “I design for the woman who loves being a woman.” The wrap dress does just that as its alluring aesthetic emphasizes the feminine charm of a woman. The wrap dress reached its peak of popularity in the mid-1970s credited as a symbol of women’s liberation.
DVF’s interpretation of the wrap dress brings life back into a paradigm garment that keeps on giving. The jersey knit material makes this dress a figure-friendly option for all body types. The cinched waist creates an hourglass effect de-emphasizing an overtly sexual quality that is still captivating and attractive for the wearer.
Today, the wrap dress is a ubiquitous element to a woman’s wardrobe. This versatile piece can be worn for every season to match your personal preference. Try a lighter weight fabric such as linen, cotton or rayon for the warmer months, also incorporate a print such as polka dots for another delicate element. Bring your outfit full circle with a t-strap sandal, chain messenger bag, and minimal dainty gold jewelry for a naturally chic look.