Every woman drools over the dresses that famous celebrities like Angelina Jolie and Hilary Swank wear on the red carpet. Unfortunately most of us can’t afford to spend a quarter of a million dollars on a dress, nor do we have the connections to get to wear one for free. Fortunately it is possible to get designer fashion dresses at affordable prices.
No Occasion At All!
Who says you have to have a special occasion to wear a beautiful dress? Why can’t you wear a nice dress to work, or out with friends? If you look like a million dollars when you go shopping, clerks are much more likely to treat you as though you have a million dollars. You should not have to have a reason to look your best. Why not treat yourself by buying the pretty dress that you’ve had your eye on? It is almost guaranteed that you will find a time and place to put it to use.
Casual or Classy?
When it comes to dresses there are really two categories: casual and classy. Casual dresses can include funky dresses with eclectic patterns and may be suitable for dressier occasions, depending how they’re worn. Classy dresses are usually the first thing you think of for a business or social engagement, but can often be worn casually.
One example of a classy dress that can be worn a number of ways is the Noblu Zip v-neck Dress. This dress is black, which is always classy, and has a sliming seam around the rib cage. Throw a black hoodie sweatshirt on over it and it goes from being classy, to funky. Dresses that have deep plunging necklines may be good for nightlife, but can be turned into day time dresses as well. In order to make the dress less risqué for work, add a shirt over or under the top. This will cover up more skin and can create an entirely different look.
Funky to Classy
The Magenta Embroidered Dress is an example of a dress that you would generally wear on a beautiful summer day, not in the work place. It is a luxurious camisole silk dress that has beautiful floral embroidery all over it. To make this workplace safe, add a nice cream 3-button jacket to it. The Ivy Dress by Butterfly Dropout is another example of a beautiful summer dress. When the weather is warmer, and you’re still dying to wear this dress, throw a light blue blouse on over it. This makes it wearable for work or the club.