Welcome to the second post in our "How to wear..." series, a focus on our selection of effortless, versatile and ultra feminine wrap dresses (and tops).
First, let's take a fascinating look at the origins of the wonderful little wrap dress...
Inspired by an apron, the wrap dress was originally designed by Elsa Schiaparelli in the 1930's. With its flattering and flexible silhouette, the design perfectly bridges the line between seduction and modesty. Thus helping to liberate women's fashion all over the world.
The wrap dress enjoyed a famous (r)evolution into an iconic style piece by Diane Von Furstenburg in the 1970's. The effortless, comfortable, sexy and versatile wrap dress became the go-to dress for women all over the world of all shapes, sizes, ages and styles.
With the v neckline drawing attention down to the slimmest part of the body, the tie waist accentuating your shape and the feminine flare of the skirt skimming the body in all the right places, the wrap can flatter all body shapes. The wrap is effortless to wear making it super versatile and forever timeless.
Taking you from office to theatre, garden to party, summer to winter, wedding to beach, the classic and iconic wrap dress continues to be a chic, easy-to-wear essential piece of clothing in any womans' wardrobe.
So without further ado, here are our seasonal wrap favourites at Bias with some handy style tips on how to integrate these wrap dresses and tops all year round...