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The current trends: Wrap dresses

Wrap dresses are a top choice – whether they are short or long, made of chiffon, satin or cotton, plain or patterned, featuring a slim skirt section or an A-line design, they all have one thing in common. Wrap-effect dresses and sophisticated lacing suit any woman and will never go out of fashion.

What to wear with Wrap dresses

There are two types of wrap dress. With an open dress, the front sections overlap and are tied at the waist. The one-piece dress has a wrap effect and draping at the side. These dresses go well with bolero blazers and short cardigans, which showcase the wrap effect beautifully. Smaller women should wear heeled sandals or courts, and high-heeled boots in winter to lengthen their silhouette.

Trendy style tips for Wrap dresses

The characteristic V or Y neckline of the wrap dress creates a beautiful décolletage. Accentuate the area further with a trendy necklace – this also looks great on women with a larger bust. With a little skill, you can create your own wrap dress. Choose a long scarf – it can be plain or patterned but must match the colour of the dress – and wrap it around the waist and hips before tying it at the side. This will conceal any little imperfections and can even be used to quickly cover up a stain.

Wrap dresses

Wrap dresses

Wrap dresses provide a flexible covering for any figure.


Summer dress with a floral print
Dress with a wrap-over neckline
Wrap dress with an all-over print
Shirt dress with a wrap-over effect
Dress with a wrap-over effect
Shirt dress with a palm leaf print

The current trends: Wrap dresses

Wrap dresses are a top choice – whether they are short or long, made of chiffon, satin or cotton, plain or patterned, featuring a slim skirt section or an A-line design, they all have one thing in common. Wrap-effect dresses and sophisticated lacing suit any woman and will never go out of fashion.

What to wear with Wrap dresses

There are two types of wrap dress. With an open dress, the front sections overlap and are tied at the waist. The one-piece dress has a wrap effect and draping at the side. These dresses go well with bolero blazers and short cardigans, which showcase the wrap effect beautifully. Smaller women should wear heeled sandals or courts, and high-heeled boots in winter to lengthen their silhouette.

Trendy style tips for Wrap dresses

The characteristic V or Y neckline of the wrap dress creates a beautiful décolletage. Accentuate the area further with a trendy necklace – this also looks great on women with a larger bust. With a little skill, you can create your own wrap dress. Choose a long scarf – it can be plain or patterned but must match the colour of the dress – and wrap it around the waist and hips before tying it at the side. This will conceal any little imperfections and can even be used to quickly cover up a stain.