New Years Eve! One of the biggest party nights of the year, you need the perfect party dress. This year, try one of the hottest trends in fashion today.
More and more women are seeking out vintage and burlesque fashions, thanks to women like Dita Von Teese, who has brought the styles of the 1940’s and 1950’s back. Let’s look at the difference between vintage and burlesque, so you can decide on the perfect style to usher in the New Year!
Burlesque and vintage are similar but they do have some differences. Burlesque dresses are often lower cut and have a cinched waist to show off your curves. They are made darker in color with touchable material, like velvet or satin.
Burlesque dresses come in short lengths as well as longer, pencil styles. They are a great choice for those who want to dress in a daring, classically sexy style.
Classic, 1930’s through 1950’s vintage dresses are a great addition to your wardrobe. There is no better time than New Year’s Eve to wow them in a vintage dress.
These dressers are not afraid of big prints or polka dots. They are often belted and can be fuller skirted or in a pencil style and also vintage dresses still offer plenty of accentuation of your curves.
Vintage and Burlesque dresses are a great choice for those women that want to walk into a room and have all eyes on them, and there is no better night for that than the New Year’s Eve!