NATIONAL DRESS DAY
On March 6th, observe National Dress Day by reflecting on memorable events when we recall dearest memories by what we were wearing.
Dresses have been worn for hundreds of years. Today, they come in a variety of shapes and designs. From long, mini, fit, and flare to the ball gown and A-line, there are many ways to celebrate. Throughout the years, dress designs have changed drastically! However, they still provide a distinctive look and one-of-a-kind fit adding a level of poise and confidence to any event.
On our most important days, we seek out the perfect dress made for the occasion. Whether it is prom, an interview, a first date, or a big wedding day, National Dress Day will give us all a reason to relive some of our dearest memories. We invite you to celebrate National Dress Day with us on March 6th.
HOW TO OBSERVE #NationalDressDay
- Share a photo of your favorite dresses, past and present.
- Go dress shopping.
- Wear a dress to work or out on the town.
- Host a dress show.
- Celebrate on social media using #NationalDressDay.
- Visit www.NationalDressDay.com and follow @nationaldressday on Instagram.
NATIONAL DRESS DAY HISTORY
ASHLEYlauren founded National Dress Day to honor all of the ways dresses help us celebrate the significant moments of our lives. The Registrar at National Day Calendar® declared National Dress Day in October of 2016.
Since the launch of ASHLEYlauren in 2011, fashion designer, businesswoman, and founder of TEAMfabulous™, Ashley Lauren Kerr has recognized the power of fashion. Immersed in design, intrigued by the latest trends, and influenced by classic silhouettes, she takes great pride in creating dresses that fit a unique style and personality. It is Ashley Lauren’s passion for all things fabulous that motivates her to design a dress line that is both timeless and modern. Follow ASHLEYlauren on Instagram @ashleylaurenme for all things TEAMfabulous™, including gorgeous dresses!
Q. Do dresses have pockets?
A. Many dress styles do have pockets. Designers often cleverly conceal the pockets in the folds and seams of the skirt.
Q. Is it true that every woman should have a little black dress?
A. The short answer is yes. Need proof? Little black dresses (and they don’t have to be so little, either) are versatile. They are a utility garment that fits many different occasions. The little black dress transitions from work to formal to casual easily. Change accessories to meet the needs of the occasion. Cut and style allow the little black dress to complement every female shape, too. The right style of little black dress never goes out of style, either. It’s an economical, easy choice for any woman.