Are Feathered Frocks the New Flapper Dresses?
Party season may be over, but there are always opportunities to get glammed up, and if you're one of the many people who loved the flapper dresses of the last couple of years, you'll be happy to know the '20s throwback trend has spawned a spinoff trend that offers all the drama with less of the glitz. Instead of opting for beads and sequins to dress up fringing, these dresses utilise texture instead. Topping lace, leather, and stretch fabrics with plumage (usually ostrich feathers) adds a tactile touch that'll get people talking. And who's against throwing in some embellishment for added glamour? You can even wear this look in the day courtesy of Michael Kors's casual take on the trend. Don't believe us? Check out some of our favourite feathered frocks for 2015. If you're lucky, you might even nab something spectacular for a whole lot less in the sale.