Never Goes Out of Style
The latest dresses result from the combination of the old style in the past with a twist. 90’s trends such as mini backpacks, crop tops, platforms and chokers are styles that came back. Dua Lipa and Bella Hadid were some of the celebrities who brought back the 90’s inspired outfits. The latest trends in dresses this 2021 are already listed on vogue magazine UK.
OOTD in Social Media
Varying styles and themes may last for a decade and soon be gone, replaced by a new trend which is the combination of classic and modern looks. Most styles were uniquely tailored for the special occasion. Some styles were created to give room for an everyday outfit. Terms like the outfit of the day became a trend in the millennial generation—the boom of the social media age.
Social media gives way for the present generation to see the latest fashion trend across the globe. It also gives people the tendency to take time when it comes to the clothes they wear on a daily basis. Just by scanning through social media posts, one can see himself or herself with the kind of look a person wanted to achieve.
Most commonly worn by women, dresses never go out of style. Even though a dress can be related to Sunday’s best, lots of women find it comfortable to wear them. Less weight on luggage, unlike denim jeans, is preferred for women who love to travel, even women whose work involves travelling from one place to the other. For one who loves to make their style, the dress is the type of clothes which can easily be transformed. Accent it with accessories, and one can make a dress stylish.
The style of the dress can speak what kind of personality one bears. Some dresses express the modesty of a woman. Since it can be associated with a conservative or religious way of expressing one’s belief, one can easily identify if a woman upholds a conservative belief or not. A dress fit for the needs of a mother became a trend. Mothers who breastfeed their children find it easier to nurse their children even in a public setting using the dress exclusively designed for them.
Different colours signify what the person wants to convey for the event. The colour of clothing is grouped according to systems that are easily remembered. Clear, bright and vivid colours are associated with winter and spring. Less intense colours are associated with fall and summer. Usually, these associations give a subconscious pattern to an individual in choosing colours fit for a particular season.
In terms of the type of fabric, there are various materials and shapes to choose from when it comes to dressing. The fabric serves as a baseline where all other accessories and the design of the dress depend on. It is also the first layer that touches the skin, so it is important to see the type of fabric a dress is made up of.
A person may start to examine the colour fastness of the dress. Colour fastness determines if the dress loses its colour when washed. Another thing to consider is the location and the suitability of the dress. Last, that one may consider is the durability of the dress. After all, one invests more in quality than style.