It truly is fair to say that the majority of women love fashion and putting on beautiful clothing. It is probably equally fair to say, that just a minority of women choose to wear dresses as part of their clothing. There are many reasons for this, but mainly it is a result of an absence in confidence in their ability to carry-off an everyday and natural air when wearing dresses.
Nevertheless, there is nothing more simple, or easy, to wear than a day to day dress. Here, we offer some advice on the varieties of dresses available today, in the hope that by understanding a little, a lot of self confidence can be gained and that perhaps a few more women will test with their clothing and get started to wear dresses with poise and self-assurance. If just one girl changes her mind, and decides to experiment with dresses, then this content has done its job appropriately.
There are various styles of dress, which is often segregated into different categories depending on their cut. There are plenty of styles of dress, from the everyday dress that can be worn every day, to the special dress that is usually worn only on events. In this latter category is the gown, made famous through various fairytales, such as Cinderella and Rapunzel- and many ladies spend their childhoods daydreaming of the ability when they can finally wear a gown themselves.
In adult life, there are many opportunities for wearing such attire; most notable are the end-of-school Dinner Party, graduation ceremonies, and almost all of all, weddings. The robe cocktail style dress is debatably the most feminine style of dress, flattering the figure in a way that is attractive, and yet, not too disclosing. Although they are generally not ‘sexy’ in the sense that a black outfits may be, they are very alluring nonetheless.
Beyond the robe, there are many styles of everyday dress, including the mini-dress, the sheath dress, the shift dress, the jumper dress… my numbers were so high, in reality, that women are indulged for choice. And given the incredible range of dresses that can be found, there is certain to become a cut/style to suit even the most diehard of dress-protesters! Dresses can make a statement to the earth about the sort of person you are, stating ‘I am confident, stylish, and certain of who I am’ – no other item of clothing can boast quite that reputation, with the exemption, perhaps, of the stiletto heel.
Different countries have different traditions when it comes to wearing dresses, and indeed, even in the UK, until the Women’s Movement of the 1960s, it was virtually unheard of for girls to wear trousers!