A knit bodycon dress featuring a sleeveless cut, round neckline, and drawstring ruched sides.
Along with wrap dresses and shirt dresses, there's one frock style we encourage everyone to try at least once, especially if you prefer a more figure-emphasizing silhouette. Cue: drawstring dresses. Their classic form, cinched at the waist, not only provides the luxury of being able to adjust to obtain the right fit, but the trend allows you to wear something easy yet defined all at once. Who doesn't like that?
Furthermore, with the ruched trend also making waves, you can find a handful of modern takes to the drawstring dress. Each of them allows you to play with sizing, length, and symmetry to really get a look that best pleases you.
With a collection of flowy maxis, classic styles, and silky going-out numbers all accounted for, keep scrolling to see which style of drawstring dress is perfect for you.
Here are the pros of wearing sleeveless tops and dresses:
They are breezy and ventilating in hot weather
They are comfortable and not constricting
They showcase the arms if that’s a body part you want to draw attention to
There is no sleeve bunching under cardigans and jackets
They can be alluring
The scandal broke loose in 1965 when model Jean Shrimpton wore a mini shift dress to the Melbourne Cup, showcasing her bare legs and hat-free head to the world. Nowadays, mini dresses are far more mini and far less scandalous, and they’re a great way to capture attention and showcase your pins! This dress is ideal for anyone who wants to put emphasis on their legs and make the world stop and turn! If you’ve got it, flaunt it!
The bodycon is a tight-fitting dress that hugs your figure and accentuates your assets. They’re often made of stretchy material and are perfect for a night out on the town. This dress is ideal for those with an hourglass figure, as it flatters the beautiful curves!