A favourite of many celebrities including Cheryl Cole, a bandage dress is a great choice for looking stunning on a night out.
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Bandage dresses are a great going out option
Originally created by the designer Herve Léger in 1985 and worn by A listers to red carpet events ever since the bandage dress , sometimes described as part of the “bondage” trend, is the statement piece of the season. Coupled with the return of the celebration of the female form and the move away from seeing size zero as a destination the Bandage dress offers you the opportunity to flaunt your womanly curves.
Bandage dresses are in fact the same as a bodycon dresses or body conscious dresses but are designed to look like they have been made by wrapping a bandage around the body creating the impression of horizontal stripes. Some bandage dresses have a perfectly straight back but across the front have fabric strips attached at the side seams again to accentuate the waist and hips and to give the impression of bandages.
Bandage dresses have attracted a host of celebrity fans with many famous people choosing a bandage dress to make their perfect entrance and statement. The Duchess of Cambridge wore a nude bandage dress from the high street store Reiss when she meet the President of the united Sates and his wife, President Obama and Michelle Obama. Kate Winslet and Cheryl Cole have also worn eye popping bandage dresses for Premiers and Red carpet events.
What are the most popular styles of Bandage dresses?
Bandage dresses come in all lengths, incluidng mini and knee length, they can be a one shoulder dress, or a strapless dress or in fact long sleeved so they are really versatile.
Choose one with a stronger fabric that doesn’t cling to create the perfect sexy silhouette.
What are the best colours to choose for a bandage dress?
Most celebrities seem to choose the eternal favourite Black. A black bandage dress is a super alternative to the classic little black dress or LBD as its sometimes referred to. The benefit of choosing a black bandage dress is that is sexier and younger than the classic little black dress and make a much stronger fashion statement. Other popular colours for this season are pillar box red and mid night blue.
For which occasions is a bandage dress the perfect choice?
Bandage dresses are the best going out dresses especially when teamed with killer high heels and modern jewellery. Ideal for for going out on that special date either for a meal at swanky restaurant or going on clubbing later in the evening. Paler colours e.g. nude make this style effortlessly suitable for occasion day wear. A nude or pale pink bandage dress would be a perfect choice for a wedding or birthday lunch.