Designer Dress Costume Ideas for Parties

Designer dresses are unparalleled in their uptown funk and unique identity. Dresses as one pieces tend to have many types and various designs which fuel the need at that particular time.

Designer dresses are special because it has the designer’s craftsmanship and logo, which automatically generates brand value and is appealing to the customer. Earlier designer clothes were mostly created to be flaunted as a status symbol. Though with modern times, people who earn well with a steady source of income, also indulge in designer clothes thus expanding the market in a large margin.

The quality of designer clothing resembles the sheer craftsmanship and handiwork of a true designer. The price ranges depend on the authenticity of the fabric and the depth of the designer’s work.

Examples of designers are:

  • Armani
  • Calvin Klein
  • DSquared2
  • Dior
  • Givenchy
  • Gucci
  • Jean Paul Gaultier
  • Jil Sander
  • Polo Ralph Lauren
  • Phillip Plein
  • Saint Laurent Paris
  • Tommy Hilfiger
  • Versace
  • Asprey
  • Balenciaga
  • Laura Biagiotti
  • Manolo Blahnik
  • Hugo Boss
  • Burberry
  • Cartier
  • Cavalli
  • Chanel
  • Victoria Beckham
  • Lanvin
  • Prada
  • Dolce and Gabbana
  • Guy Laroche
  • Yves Saint Laurent
  • Issey Miyake
  • Mulberry
  • Fendi
  • Donna Karan
  • Oscar De La Renta
  • Michael Kors
  • Thierry Mugler
  • Pinto
  • Vivienne Westwood
  • Moschino
  • Emilio Pucci
  • Karl Lagerfeld
  • Louis Vuitton

Amongst Indian fashion designers include

  • Sabyasachi Mukherjee
  • Neeta Lulla
  • Manish Malhotra
  • Ritu Kumar
  • Tarun Tahiliani
  • Rohit Bal
  • Manish Arora
  • Ritu Beri
  • Sandeep Khosla
  • Anita Dongre
  • Masaba Gupta
  • Suneet Varma
  • Raghavendra Rathore
  • Troy Costa
  • Anaita Shroff Adajania
  • Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla

The famous types of designer dresses are

  • Tube/Bandeau Dress: Tube dresses are tricky to wear because it needs a perfect fit considering it is strapless and fits like a bandeau wrapped around the chest. Some of these dresses have a belt to hold up the waist. Some are tight and cling to your skin. The fitting has to be just right otherwise it concludes as a wardrobe malfunction, thus being a total disaster. It is a commonly worn during cocktail parties and weddings.
  • Blouson dress: Blouson dresses may have a halter neck or a sleeveless bodice, with a flowing skirt and it has a string or belt at the waist which connects the bodice to the bottom. Cocktail parties, brunches and formal dress wear can include Blouson dresses. They are airy and comfortable.
  • Tunic dresses: Tunic dresses translate to tunics settling over the body, and can be of different hemlines. Often printed with beautiful ethnic patterns or other elemental designs, tunic designer dresses are popular with the younger generation as well as the older crowd, making it incorporate seamlessly into the world of designer brands.
  • Pencil dresses: These have been one of the most popular and first type of designer dresses to launch in the fashion industry. Slim and body hugging, pencil dresses are a huge range even today, thus being a welcome change from the vintage bouffant gowns.
  • A line dresses: A line fashion designer dresses are similar to the alphabet A. They are slim on the top and gradually come down to become fuller. A line fashion dresses are the most popular. They can be worn casually or at parties. It is largely versatile and the kind of colours, designs and prints are innumerable.

The above-mentioned designer dresses can all be found online at various price ranges, and in different colours, designs, prints and fabrics like nylon, Lycra, synthetic, silk, cotton, velvet, crepe, chiffon and georgette. Lace and net are also popular add-ons for the same.

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