Top 5 Tricks of the Eye: Easy Dress Disguised as Couture
By Couture Snob Kelly
February 9, 2012


These dresses are proof that gorgeous doesn’t always have to be fussy. Opting to be comfortable will always make you look better because you feel good, and that’s where it all starts. I suffer for fashion only on a very limited basis; the rest of the 350 days, I go for happier options – dresses that flatter without putting me in a funk.

1) Torn by Ronny Kobo Tara Pleated Dress: It looks like bandage dress but with none of the discomfort. The asymmetrical pleats are flattering and you will still be able to breathe, thanks to the soft jersey fabric.
On ShopBopspacer for $298.

2) Isabel Marant T-Shirt Dress: Let the exotic floral print do all the work, and just relax underneath. The ornate pattern distracts from the fact this is essentially a comfy tee.
At Barneys New York for $815.

3) Thakoon Addition Twist Front Dress: Thakoon is a man who knows how to flatter a body without torturing you. Royal purple silk has been gathered for a dressy-chic appearance.
At Barneys New York for $550.

4) 3.1 Phillip Lim Side Twist Dress: Here, it’s all about the cut. Laid-back jersey provides an hourglass figure with its easy draping.
On ShopBopspacer for $275.

5) Diane von Furstenberg Folie Dress: This is an entire outfit of calculated separates in one. Stretch-silk fabric and a low-slung belt make it effortlessly comfortable, while it looks like you put effort into your ensemble.
On ShopBopspacer for $385.

Diane von Furstenberg, Dresses, Phillip Lim, Thakoon

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