If you were to browse any celebrity fashion magazine in 2011 searching for the latest celeb style, you would no doubt view many photos of your favourite female celebrity’s in beautiful bodycon dresses. A bodycon dress is form fitting and sexy, if you have been working out in the lead up to summer to get that beach body then a bodycon dress is the perfect way to show it off.
The tea dress is so called because of its suitableness for fancy tea party’s or ladies lunches’ .This type of dress was a celebrity fashion trend in England originally and then popularised in The United Kingdom by high street clothing chains. A tea dress would best be described as formal yet feminine, it wouldn’t look out of place at any upmarket event. Lady Gaga has been pictured wearing this kind of dress recently, giving it an instant celeb style and making it very appealing to a wider range of women.
A shirtdress can be made from a males shirt or ladies blouse, lengthened to the knee and then clinched at the waist by a tie, belt, or simply any piece of material. Sleeve length is completely optional to your taste and can be a cap sleeve, short sleeve or three quarter length. You could have a single colour dress such as yellow, or opt for a pretty floral pattern to match the more modern celebrity fashion trend.
A Polo dress is a variation of a shirtdress, but made out of a womens polo shirt. It looks gorgeous in a horizontal striped pattern or bright colours.
A Wrap Dress
The name says it all with a wrap dress, it has no zip or buttons and it simply held on a ladies body by being wrapped around them. Wrap dresses are quite similar to bodycon dresess in that they are extremely figure hugging and only really suitable for women with a slim frame. Wrap dresses used to have somewhat of a bad image with celebrity fashion disasters such as Jodie Marsh wearing them, but in recent years the celeb style sparkle has been rekindled and they have been more recognise as being the Cheryl Cole look.