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Our dress shop was curated with you in mind for every season, occasion, and event you could imagine. Our rompers and jumpsuits are flattering, comfy, and can be dressed up or down for whatever the day may hold. Casual dresses with pretty little details and colorful patterns add a unique touch to your day-to-day fashion. Lovely lace dresses are delicate and beautiful additions to your wardrobe while easygoing and flattering shift dresses are the grab-and-go staples you need in your closet.
In the 11th century, women in Europe wore dresses that were similar to men's tunics and were loose, with a hemline reaching to below the knees or lower.
Starting in the s, middle- and upper-class women in Europe wore dresses which included a smock, stays, kirtle , gown , forepart, sleeves, ruff and a partlet. Women's dresses in Russia during both the 16th and 17th centuries identified a woman's place in society or their family. Holland , as a center of textile production, was a particularly noted area of innovation in dress during this time period. The three-piece dress, which had a bodice, petticoat and gown, were popular until the last 25 years, in which the mantua , or a one-piece gown, became more popular.
Working women, and women in slavery in the Americas , used simple patterns to create shifts, wool or linen petticoats and gowns and cotton dresses. Large, triangular silhouettes were favored during the 18th century, skirts were wide and supported by hoop underskirts. French fashion regarding dresses became very fast-changing during the later part of the 18th century.
Women's dresses in the 19th century began to be classified by the time of day or purpose of the dress. Early nineteenth century dresses in Russia were influenced by Classicism and were made of thin fabrics, with some dresses being semi-transparent. Europeans styles in dresses increased dramatically to the hoopskirt and crinoline -supported styles of the s,  then fullness was draped and drawn to the back.
In Russia, metal hoopskirts were known as "malakhovs. To sleep, women in the American West wore floor-length dresses of white cotton with high collars displaying decoration. Paper sewing patterns for women to sew their own dresses started to be readily available in the s, when the Butterick Publishing Company began to promote them.
The Victorian era's dresses were tight-fitting and decorated with pleats, rouching and frills. In the early twentieth century, the look popularized by the Gibson Girl was fashionable. By , the Edwardian look was replaced with a straighter silhouette. Waistlines started out high and by were below the natural waist. By , the "new woman" was a trend that saw lighter fabrics and dresses that were easier to put on.
During World War II , dresses were slimmer and inspired by military uniforms. Since the s, no one dress type or length has dominated fashion for long, with short and ankle-length styles often appearing side-by-side in fashion magazines and catalogs. In most varieties of formal dress codes in Western cultures, a dress of an appropriate style is mandatory for women. They are also very popular for special occasions such as proms or weddings. Black 'Flory' full beaded maxi dress.
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