By admin on October 23rd, 2012
When we think of Greek tunics, the conjured up images are summer, perhaps on vacation, and even in Greece itself. Accessorized with strappy gladiator sandals and hardly anything else, these summer dresses are a classic wardrobe element in the warmer months. That said, this does not mean that once the weather gets colder, you unfortunately have to put away our favorite lightweight tunics for the next year. All you need is a seasonal update!
Thanks to the neutrality of many Greek style dresses they can be easily combined with various other fabrics, accessories and designs to create a whole new look. The versatility of their colors suits perfectly for amazing combinations.
If you want to work in the other direction, and choose a winter dress with elements of Greek style, look for beautiful details to complete the attire. Sequins, jewels and rhinestones are used to update the clothing, immediately adding sparkle and shine to a dress that also embodies nudity and femininity. These details bring an element of luxury to a kind of dress that has literally been around for two thousand years.
Another addition that can suit your Greek style is dip hem skirts. This cut brings a great flow to the line of a dress, because it looks totally different. The dip hem skirt appears to be a natural evolution of the Greek style that works well with soft fabrics and chiffon, and is feminine and nice. It allows you to show off your legs. Other examples of style updates that are in harmony with the fashion trends of the year are cute necklaces and belts in the Baroque style.
Greek style dresses are ideal for parties, despite their usual associations with the warmer weather and nice Mediterranean climate. It is easy to update summer dresses that you already have with some accessories. Stick with the Greek trend this winter and everyone will be jealous of the way you look.