Ankara corset dress styles are one of the many Ankara dress trends at the moment and because of how stunning they are, we couldn’t help but picture some of these gorgeous styles that we’re swooning over. Want to see these neck-turning and eye-catching moments with us? Keep scrolling!
Why Wear a Corset Dress?
One, they’re among the
latest Ankara styles in vogue; the patterns that stylish women are currently slaying. OK, maybe that’s not enough, what else about the corset dress trend makes them special?
So here’s the real deal. Corset gowns are multifunctional, sleek, and everything in between serving looks and that’s on period. Wear a corset dress and you have a stylish dress on, a push-up bra, and a girdle. Why else wouldn’t you go for a dress that offers all this in one piece? Definitely no reason!
And just so you know, the corset dress style is not only made with
Ankara fabric. It can also be styled with velvet, sequin, and lace material. The most popular corset gown and top style on the Gram is the basque waistline corset style. We also have pictures of them below
I bet you’re ready to see these corset gowns we’ve been talking about, so let’s dive right in!
Ankara Corset Dress Styles: Pictures
Architecture is how the person places herself in the space. Fashion is about how you place the object on the person.
I think the problem is that fashion has become too fashionable.
We cannot fashion our children after our desires, we must have them and love them as God has given them to us.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
What I find most interesting in fashion is that it has to reflect our time. You have to witness your own moment.
I like fashion. My mum was a dressmaker, believe it or not, so the consequence of that was that all my clothes were homemade, and I looked like a terrible mess until I was old enough to buy my own. But I love good tailoring.
I’d say my fashion or beauty tip is to take the thing about you that makes you most distinctive and then exaggerate it. So if you have a little bushy unibrow, make it a dramatic unibrow. If you’re balding, go completely bald.
Fashion is a weapon that you can use when you need it.
The principle of the design – the harmony, rhythm and balance are all the same with interior and fashion design.
A v-neck T-shirt is the manliest of all upper-body garments. The defining feature of the style is a plummeting neckline that we normally associate with women’s fashion, but when worn by a guy, it basically says, ‘Here is a pie slice of chest hair that forms an arrow to my gut.’ The deeper the ‘V,’ the more masculine the shirt.
Although I was born in Idaho and now live in New York, I definitely identify with the European aesthetic. Paris is my mecca; it’s where I discovered my flair for fashion. But I pay rent and work in New York, so that is my home – I love the culture clash of the city.
I don’t have to choose between high fashion or streetwear. My brand reminds me that it doesn’t have to fit in a box. It can just be in a gray area.
I think my style is quite grungy and punky. I love the ’90s and the music from that time, and I love punk music. I’m also a fan of mixing vintage with some high fashion, which links back to my musical taste because I tend to mix old music with newer songs.
Love is space and time measured by the heart.
A flower cannot blossom without sunshine, and man cannot live without love.
Fashion in the past meant conforming and losing oneself. Fashion in the present means being individual and finding oneself.
When the glam metal thing of the late ’80s became too glammy, then instead of having two bottles of hairspray in your hair, it became better not to wash your hair at all. To me it’s all trend stuff. I don’t follow that stuff. I just do what I feel is the right thing. I don’t know what the reason is for that. It’s not fashion.
Although our rules and laws are now officially colorblind, they operate to discriminate in a grossly disproportionate fashion.
I like how powerful fashion makes me feel. I live for that grungy-prissy juxtaposition that Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, and Drew Barrymore wore in the ’90s.
I’m not sure people understand how important fashion is to me.
I do have my own personal convictions and values, and I live by those. But as an artist, as a portrait photographer, my job is to tell the truth and to capture someone’s spirit on a certain day. And it’s never the whole truth; it’s the truth I experience in a very intense and intimate fashion.
My aunt was Frances Hodges, who in the Fifties was the editor of ‘Seventeen’ and later one of the creators of ‘Mademoiselle.’ She was my Auntie Mame; she loved culture. She was a Quaker, but she became a milliner against all Quaker logic – they feel that fashion and art are vanities – because she loved fashion.
High fashion has become representative of stability in unstable places; that allows you to have a voice in the world stage.