Designer Dresses: Past & Future

Designer clothing may not be a common item in most people’s wardrobes, but that doesn’t stop people from dreaming of owning an article or two of a piece of name brand fame. Chanel. Louis Vuitton. Gucci. Vera Wang. The list of top designer brands goes on and on. Some specialize in a specific type of product: clothing, accessories, shoes, handbags, etc.—and some handle the whole gambit of products. With so many brands covering so many different items, it makes it easy for any person to wish to own their favorite product backed by a big name designer. One article of clothing in particular is of such interest to people that it has its own feature on the red carpet before high-class awards events—the designer dress.

What do “Designer Dresses” look like?

Top designer dresses can be anything they want to be. There is no specific type or look or feel or guideline to making them. They range from short and barely there to long and elegant, reminiscent of a Lord of the Rings style gown. Some may cost a few payments saved up, and others may seem to cost an arm and a leg. Designer dresses are elaborate and minimalistic and seemingly plain and everything in between. Here are a few name brands that are attached to many of the top designer dresses of today.

Brands of Designer Dresses

Chanel designer dresses are a sight to behold, as are the prices. Many range throughout the early 1000s of US dollars, while others do not list any price, instead requesting that contact be made to know the price (so it must be pretty up there, we can assume). But if one is ever able to get their hands on a piece of this top designer brand, they won’t be sorry. A trip to a Chanel store or website shopping page is like browsing through a fairytale. The designs of the dresses are nothing usually seen out among the public masses, only the inside of magazines. It is no wonder, when viewing the Chanel goods, that this brand is a top designer of the most coveted dresses today.

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A similar sight can be seen when checking out the Prada brand designer dresses. Many people mainly know this designer brand for its accessories, which may explain why most of the clothing is very pricey. The dresses, just as with Chanel, range between $1,000 and $8,000 for those on sale.  A few of the finder brands: 

  • Prada
  • Chanel
  • Louis Vuitton
  • Hermes
  • Hublo
  • Gucci
  • Tiffany
  • & more!

Louis Vuitton also has a designer dress collection, which challenges the elegance and price points of Chanel’s line. The average price of a dress on their website is in the mid to higher 1000s USD, though a good handful top 10k USD and even a whopping 20k USD. At the higher prices, a phone call has to be made to inquire about purchasing the dress—a sign of high expense.  The designs of these designer dresses follow the trend of ethereal-seeming embroidery and a mystical elegance, to simple and classy vintage looks. Louis Vuitton dresses are surely a big name in this list of top dress designer brands.

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Louis Vuitton Don | The Baddest Designer Blog You Will Find

I truly love all things designer. I mean, they are just so awesome. Truth be told, I enjoy being blingy. It allows me to express myself and kind of show off to others (yeah, I know, that might not be the best thing).
But, I love Designer things so much I figured why not start a website where I can talk about my favorite designers? Good Idea, right? So here it is, my first shot at doing reviews or designer hand bags and trying to keep my readers updated on the latest Louis Vuitton and other designer brands news!

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I am going to try and keep you all updated on what are the new trends monthly in the Louis Vuitton Collection. I will also have product reviews and some other cool stuff, so make sure you definitely follow along! I am an avid designer bag collector and I think I now have over 500 bags in my collection. Some may say it’s a problem, but I look at it as more of a hobby. Got to spend it while your living, right?

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