When you hear the term drop-waist, you may be thinking of the 1920’s flapper fashion look of a boxy shift dress, with a low lying waits well below the hips. However, top designers like Rachel Roy and Tracy Reece have updated the look giving it a more modern twist for females all over.
This look is especially flattering to any woman who may not be too happy about their waistline. A drop-waist dress takes attention away from the actual waist and puts it on the actual dress.
A drop-waist dress also elongates the torso to create an illusion of more height. The flared drop waist dress also offers the alternative to the skater type dresses that make some women feel too much like juniors.
Will you be trying this trend?