Full Length Gowns Trends
Dresses with hemlines that sweep the floor made from silks, sheer materials, or embroidered lace are the new mega trend.
Any trend gets a boost when Kate Middleton decides to contribute to it and contribute she most certainly did! Alice Temperley was the gowns designer and what a show stopper it was at the London Premier of War Horse.
These types of dresses always look dynamite on the stars who wear them but are they good for everyday heroes?
Though these dresses will emphasize every lump, bump, and roll, it is important to note that not only will this style make the wearer appear larger than they may be used to seeing themselves but they will also be dueling with a floor length gown. This feat alone deserves an award as it is the single wardrobe characteristic that can contribute to tripping on the runway.
A body hugging dress may send shivers down your spine but the look of one is another story. Much like the heeless shoes that Lady Gaga is so known for, these dresses by Zac Posen, Alexander McQueen, Jean Paul Gaultier, and so many other designers this up coming season appear to be difficult to wear but it is really up to the wearer. Gaga falls constantly in her impossible shoes, but she also was the only one to stand her ground at the Thierry Mugler show where high heels were mandatory and all the models kept falling. What this means is that if you have the gumption to pull off this trend then practice, practic,e practice and you will be a pro.
Never-the-less these stunning full length gowns are all the rage and if you are confident enough with yourself and your ability to walk in a floor length dress then pick one up and put it on because for the Spring 2012 season the word hot is shown by the inches of fabric between your hips and the floor.