Summer is slowly coming to an end, autumn is just around the corner. But we don't have to do without clothes! Because trapeze dresses are currently conquering the hearts of all fashion lovers. We'll tell you how to style the new trend and where you can shop for the most beautiful models!
Back to the 60's! That is the motto for this fall! At least if the bloggers and fashionistas have their way, all of whom are currently using a previous trend. What are we talking about? From trapeze dresses with unmistakable retro vibes that are currently experiencing a real hype.
Do you like the flower dress? At H&M there is currently a knee-length trapezoid dress made of satin crepe for less than 30 euros:
Trapeze dresses – the coolest trend in autumn and winter
But what is behind the trend? With trapeze dresses, all the significant details from the 60s come together: Typically wide A-cuts, geometric shapes, large patterns and straight lines. Little frills, but the dresses are real styling all-rounders and they also flatter the figure. Because of its trapezoidal cut, the focus is on the legs, waist and stomach are loosely played around. That makes them the perfect dress for small and curvy women.
Here you can shop for the most beautiful trapeze dresses:
The highlight of the trapeze dresses that we all want this fall? They can be combined in many ways. Because they are simple, are accentuated at most with certain patterns and create an unexcited look that nevertheless exudes that certain something. Trapezoid dresses create a trendy eye-catching look, especially in classic colors such as black, beige and white.
This is the best way to combine the trendy trapeze dresses
So you hardly have to worry about styling! The entire outfit can be as simple as the dress itself without a lot of frills. Simply complete the look with heels, ankle boots or sneakers and the autumn style is ready. On the warm days we prefer to combine the clothes with a thin shirt. This creates a special twist, especially for dresses without sleeves or with thin straps.
You can get a similar, beautiful trapeze dress made of jacquard fabric with a stand-up collar and long puff sleeves for just 20 euros at H&M:
Alternatively, we wear a cardigan of the same length over the dress or combine it with a blazer or trench coat. Here, the length can also go above the knee. When it gets a little colder, black or skin-colored tights and rough boots also look great with classic dresses. And if you want true 60's vibes, you can choose knee-high boots in brown or white.
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