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Why You Should Wear A Velvet Dress

The holidays are coming up and that means there will be many holiday parties to attend. For those that find it difficult to find out what to wear to a holiday park, a black dress is always a good idea. However, instead of wearing a typical black dress, wear a velvet black dress.  Velvet is considered a very luxurious fabric as many high-end designers incorporate it into their ready-to-wear collections. Not to mention Princess Diana wore several dresses made out of velvet while she was alive.

Velvet is a staple trend every fall, however it’s the type of fabric that can elevate your look so it’s perfect to wear for special occasions no matter what the season is.  A velvet dress would look really flattering on the body as it type of fabric that hugs your curves.  It’s the type of fabric that really makes a statement on its own, so you don’t have to worry about accessorizing. Depending on what look you’re going for and what the occasion is wearing a velvet dress will make you look elegant and romantic or make you look very edgy and sexy.

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Dress: Royal Fashion    Necklace: Topshop     Heels: Steve Madden

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Photo Credit: Kimberly Gayle

 

7 replies to Why You Should Wear A Velvet Dress
  1. Beautiful girl and amazing article! During the holidays I’m going to wear 10+ extra pounds of fat and various wool ponchos to compensate.

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Why You Should Wear A Velvet Dress This Holiday Season

The holidays are coming up and that means there will be many holiday parties to attend. For those that find it difficult to find out what to wear to a holiday park, a black dress is always a good idea. However, instead of wearing a typical black dress, wear a velvet black dress.  Velvet is considered a very luxurious fabric as many high-end designers incorporate it into their ready-to-wear collections. Not to mention Princess Diana wore several dresses made out of velvet while she was alive.

Velvet is a staple trend every fall, however it’s the type of fabric that can elevate your look so it’s perfect to wear for special occasions no matter what the season is.  A velvet dress would look really flattering on the body as it type of fabric that hugs your curves.  It’s the type of fabric that really makes a statement on its own, so you don’t have to worry about accessorizing. Depending on what look you’re going for and what the occasion is wearing a velvet dress will make you look elegant and romantic or make you look very edgy and sexy.

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Dress: Royal Fashion    Necklace: Topshop     Heels: Steve Madden

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Photo Credit: Kimberly Gayle

 

7 replies to Why You Should Wear A Velvet Dress This Holiday Season
  1. Beautiful girl and amazing article! During the holidays I’m going to wear 10+ extra pounds of fat and various wool ponchos to compensate.

    Like

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