Knitted Dresses 2017-2018 Fashion Trends

Long gone are the days when a knitted dress was associated only with the image of a warm and long sweater, that was only suitable for cozy gatherings at home by the fireplace. Today’s variety of knitwear models allows wearing such dresses for work and even for a party, skillfully combining them with stylish and catchy or classic bags and shoes. And no one will reproach you for the fact that your outfit looks homely. Modern dresses from knitted material combine hot trends with classic features, becoming comfortable, cozy and disposable items.

Spandex in combination with fine knitwear works wonders. You simply get an incredibly beautiful minimalist design dress, emphasizing your impeccable figure. These dresses look amazingly themselves, attracting the eyes to your silhouette, and in combination with evening or catchy accessories. Wearing a thin cardigan over a thin dress, you can create a cozy multi-layer fashion look.

Sometimes there is nothing better for the fall-winter season as a basic element of the wardrobe than a knitted maxi dress with long sleeves. It is better to acquire simple neutral design options that will allow you to easily adapt this wardrobe detail to different styles, varying your outfit from a neutral and casual to expressive feminine.

Fashion trends for knitted dresses 2017-2018

  1. Bodycon dresses
  2. Off the shoulder pieces
  3. Long baggy sweater dresses
  4. Summer sleeveless and strap dresses
  5. Stripes on the knitwear
  6. Short dresses with long sleeves
  7. Ruffles and frills
  8. Waisted knitted dresses
  9. Long maxi knitted dresses
  10. Prints and appliqués

Fine knit bodycon style

Knitted dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: sleeveless bodycon nude

Cushnie et Ochs, Dion Lee, Tart Collection

Knitted dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: fitted white, khaki and red

Helmut Lang, Balmain, Alexander Wang

Off the shoulder dresses

Knitted dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: off the shoulder navy blue and black

Christopher Kane, Roland Mouret, Gig

Knitted dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: off the shoulder red, mustard and beige

Jonathan Simkhai, Enza Costa, Peter Pilotto

Oversized sweater dresses

Knitted dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: sweater dress beige and khaki green

Agnona, Current/Elliot

Knitted dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: sweater dress with prints

Kenzo, Bella Freud

Summer style

Knitted dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: sleeveless pencil summer

Missoni. Hervé Léger, Moschino

Knitted dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: sleeveless midi striped and white

Rag & Bone, Missoni, Ronny Kobo

Trendy stripes

Knitted dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: black and white striped

Intermix, Milly Monrow

Knitted dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: bright multicolor striped

Boutique Moschino, Balmain, Ralph Lauren

Short casual dresses with long sleeves

Knitted dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: short with long sleeves

Intermix, Balmain

Knitted dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: long sleeves black and navy blue

Phillip Plein, Lilly Sarti

Knit ruffles

Knitted dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: ruffles long sleeves

Cecilia Prado, Alexander McQueen

Knitted dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: short and long red with ruffles

3.1 Phillip Lim, Oscar de la Renta

Fitted design

Knitted dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: gray and green waisted

Alaia, Egrey

Knitted dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: yellow and white waisted sleeveless

M Missoni, Tomas Maier

Long maxi dresses

Knitted dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: maxi with long sleeves

Courreges, Dhela, My Beachy Side

Knitted dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: long sleeveless

Cecilia Prado, Gig, Missoni

Prints, appliqués, embroideries

Knitted dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: printed with long sleeves

Yumi, Just Cavalli

Knitted dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: patterned with long sleeves

Love Moschino, Missoni

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