Wrap Dresses 2017-2018 Fashion Trends

Casual wrap dresses came into vogue in the 70s with the filing of Diana von Furstenberg, who was a newcomer fashion designer at that time. Up to these days they are closely associated with her brand. A few years ago wrap design became popular again and celebrities started to wear it for cocktail parties and big social events.

Creative directors of fashion brands realized that this working idea should be developed. Thanks to their vision and ability to combine conservative features with innovative ones and adapt vintage motifs to modern style, we can wear wrap dresses in everyday life as casual ones, put them on for a cocktail party, and at social events with a strict dress code.

Asymmetry has been in fashion for a long time and asymmetric wrap dresses are perfect for plus size girls, who would like to hide their roundness.

The modern fashion history of wrap dresses started with their kimono styles. So if you are searching the authentic oriental Asian vibes, then go for it.

For many women a cocktail party is the only way to put on a beautiful wrap dress, that they see as inappropriate as the casual attire. If this is your case, them pay attention to the fancy designed dresses in bold colors and modern decorations like ruffles and sequins.

The elegant shine of silk and satin makes a wrap dress similar to the homewear. This is the reason why so many women refuse this style. But if you opt for it, don’t forget to complete your outfit with a cute clutch and beautiful high heel pumps.

Comfy and feminine wrap dresses are still being trendy in Fall/Winter 2017-2018 season.

Trends for wrap dresses 2017-2018

Summer sleeveless style

Wrap dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: sleeveless striped and black
P.A.R.O.S.H, Tory Burch, Versace
Wrap dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: sleeveless orange, striped and yellow
Warehouse, Tory Burch, Rick Owens

Asymmetric design

Wrap dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: asymmetric green and blue
Etro, Sportmax
Wrap dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: asymmetric blue and beige
Diane von Furstenberg, Zimmermann

Girly ruffles and flounces

Wrap dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: white with ruffles
Milly, Vika Gazinskaya
Wrap dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: pink and purple with flounces
Ashish, Warehouse

Authentic Japanese kimono design

Wrap dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: kimono style red and gray
Christian Siriano, Outline
Wrap dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: japanese silk kimono floral print
Marc Jacobs, Paul Ka

Wrap cocktail dresses

Wrap dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: black cocktail with sequins
Attico, Yumi
Wrap dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: satin cocktail pink and yellow
Burbery, Victoria Beckham

Long sleeves

Wrap dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: gray printed with long sleeves
Diane von Furstenberg, Ralph Lauren
Wrap dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: blue and emerald green with long sleeves
Vivienne Westwood, Bottega Veneta

Denim dresses

Wrap dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: light blue denim with long sleeves
Balenciaga, Diane von Furstenberg
Wrap dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: summer sleeveless denim
Gap, Stella McCartney

Military style and shirt dresses

Wrap dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: beige and black shirt dresses
Bottega Veneta, Alexandre Vaultier
Wrap dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: yellow and khaki green shirt and military style
Paul Ka, Balmain

Silk and satin fabrics

Wrap dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: satin sleeveless green and black
Sophie Theallet, Jason Wu
Wrap dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: silk and satin black and powder beige
Alexander Wang, Dion Lee

Retro style

Wrap dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: 40s style flower pattern
Ganni, Topshop
Wrap dresses 2017-2018 fashion trends: vintage style blue floral and black polka dot
Miu Miu, Dolce&Gabbana

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