Unique Dress Designs for Every Occasion

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It’s time to say goodbye to the traditional dresses and regular designs and experiment with new trends and styles! These dresses are not only unique and versatile, but also very easy to style, whether you have a more casual or elegant personal style.

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Old Hollywood Glam Maxi Dress

Velvet Bustier Sheer Maxi Dress by Rare

If you are attending an event or any special occasion, a sheer overlay maxi dress will definitely create a show-stopping look. The mesh overlay will make any skirt look very elegant and exquisite, making your look more polished, yet a bit daring. If you are not a fan of mesh materials, choose a light lace or tulle overlay that is still a bit see-through.

Chain Back Dress

Long Sequinned Dress

Low back cuts were very stylish last year, and with the chain back detailing, this trend is set to stay for 2017 as well. Instead of ruining the look, a thin old or silver chain at the back of dress only emphasizes the design, so it’s perfect for any special occasion.

Mix & Match

Black embroidered mesh T-shirt dress

Mix & match is such a fun way to experiment with different styles, all at once. Embroidery, glitter detailing, lace and velvet materials… your choices are never ending when it comes to mix&match, and this is exactly why we are in love with this trend! Even a traditional, A-line or pencil dress can be spiced up by mixed materials , colours and even patterns, so we recommend grabbing a dress that mixes unexpected patterns.

Kimono Dresses

Ted Baker Lemar Belted Kimono Dress

There is something very feminine and classy about kimono dresses. With the bell sleeves, wrap design and slimmed waistline, they instantly create an elegant figure for you.

Double Asymmetrical

ASOS NIGHT Velvet Asymmetric Bandeau Mini Dress

When you read asymmetrical, the first thing that probably comes to mind is a half long-sleeve dress, but this season, it’s more about the subtle asymmetrical details. A little cut on the bustier, an asymmetric design on the skirt – and when there are two different asymmetric styles on one dress, they will balance each other out perfectly.

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