Wear a Dress Day is a holiday for all women who are very fond of dresses of different styles and colors. The holiday was created in order to dress beautifully and have fun. Just wear your favorite dress and have a wonderful day!
The origin and initiators of this holiday are unknown. Wear a Dress Day has been celebrated since 2010. Women posted masses of photos on social networks, where they were depicted in a dress, using the hashtag #WearDressDay. They wanted to attract women’s attention, that dresses are beautiful, stylish, and comfortable. A dress does not have to be tight. There are many styles in which you can feel very comfortable. In addition, on hot summer days, a dress is the best kind of clothing to keep from getting too hot.
Dresses have come a long way, turning into modern, comfortable outfits. Once young ladies wore dresses with very tight corsets, a lot of layers, rings, and volume, and they made movement very uncomfortable. Gradually, dresses became lighter and more comfortable. Gone were the tight corsets and layers at the bottom. And today we have a choice of dozens of styles: A-line, boho, oversized, the sheath dress, and others. A woman can choose the right style, taking into account all their features. Dresses really deserve attention. So why not celebrate Wear a Dress Day?
A dress can beautify a woman.
- Dress hemlines were first made shorter in the 1940s to save money and fabric.
- The 1960s were marked by the fashion for very short dresses and skirts.
- The little black dress was introduced by Coco Chanel. Before, black dresses were worn only as when mourning.
- When the black dress became fashionable, it began was compared to a Ford car, since both are characterized by high practicality.
How to take part
Put on your favorite dress; arrange a photo session in it. Like the women in 2010, organize a flash mob on social networks by posting photos in your dress and using the hashtag #WearDressDay. A good option for celebrating is to choose a dress from your favorite era and organize a party in this style. It will be fun and beautiful.
When is Wear a Dress Day celebrated in 2023?
Wear a Dress Day is observed on June 1 each year.