The belted silhouette is finally getting a rest. Loose, short, shift dresses are a staple in most of fall / winter 2007 major collections.

As the first Danish designer to launch a haute couture line, Malene Birger is at the top of her game with representation in over 15 countries world wide. Malene Birger Juno Dress in Brown.

A little more sparkle in order? FCUK French Connection Dexy Dome dress.
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3 Responses

  1. Sara The Bargain Queen

    I still can’t decide whether I love them or hate them.

    On the one hand, dresses that loose would definitely hide a few lumps and bumps.

    On the other, I like wearing things with a silhouette that improves on my natural shape… and I’m naturally in far better shape than a garbage bag!

    I guess I’ll have to go try a few on, to see what they look like on me before I decide.

  2. Kara

    i love the shift dresses! they are so simple yet so chic!
    i just bought one from shopgoldyn.com and i love it!
    It’s such a versatile silhouette- They can be dressed up or dress down.