Bandage dresses seem a little complicated, but that’s only theoretical. It can be said that anyone can wear a little black dress, but when it comes to bandage dresses, it takes a lot of preparation and confidence. If you are going to be wearing this dress, let it be a pink bandage dress.
The famous designer Herve Leger introduced us to the bandage dress in the early 90s. Those curve hugging dresses quickly became iconic, and every girl on the planet wanted one in her wardrobe. After so many years, they’re just as popular as when they first appeared.
Many girls think that because of their size, they cannot wear a bandage dress. And that shouldn’t be a reason at all. These dresses celebrate curves and body shape.
I decided to show you how to style a pink bandage dress. They come in many different designs: tank, one-shoulder, with cutouts, and many others. You can decide how you want to style them.
Midi pink bandage dress with frilled hem
This wonderful dress is great for formal occasions. It has a halter neck and nice ruffles on the hem of the dress. This pink bandage dress has a midi length, which is very suitable for elegant occasions and celebrations. Pair it with white strappy sandals. This dress will highlight your body figure and make you look taller.
Supermodel loves bandage dress
Miranda Kerr loves the pink bandage dress by Herve Leger. It looks perfect for her. The dress has a V-neck and small sleeves. It consists entirely of bandages. This pink dress is very modern so you can style it for evenings and dinners in some fancy restaurants.
Wear this pink bandage dress with coral pointed toe stilettos.
Off-The-Shoulders split pink bandage dress
This pink dress looks polished and very sophisticated. It’s sexy, sure, but not provocative. The shoulder-free neckline gives you space to style your neck with a fancy necklace – solid or minimal. The high slit makes the pink bandage dress ready for elegant occasions. Pair it with nude or modern plastic strappy sandals.
Fishnet Mesh Panels Dress
Fishing nets were very popular last year. Mesh bags, thighs, and dresses were a tall girl’s obsessions. This soft pink dress is a perfect combination of mesh panels and bandages. It looks sexy, but it’s still not over the top. It’s small in length so make sure you choose the right occasion where you will be wearing it.
Pink bandage dress with cut out top
Interesting cut and color of this dress make it look unique and very sexy. The cut out top looks great, but be ready to get a lot of attention.
The length of this pink bandage dress is small and it has the long sleeves. Wear it for casual dinners or formal celebrations – weddings, indoor parties …
Pink bandage dress with a striped top
The interesting top is all you sometimes need when you want a simple yet attractive outfit combination. This striped top is crossed and has two straps. The rest of the dress is made up of lovely pink bandages. Style your hair in buns or ponytails so you can really highlight your top.
Pink bandage dress with tank bodice
The tank top is not only reserved for sporty clothing such as T-shirts or bras. As you can see, you can wear it on the pink bandage dress too. It looks perfect and most importantly makes your neck visually thinner. It’s not that tight in the lower part and has the interesting V-neck detail. You can style it for elegant but also for the casual occasions.
Blush pink bandage dress
The bandage dress is a beautiful type of dress. You should always be careful how you pair it with other accessories and what color you will wear. But with this model, you don’t have to worry about those things. It’s pretty simple, with no cut-outs, fishnets, etc. The shade is a blush pink which means you can wear it with almost any other color. Pair it with white stilettos and a touch of gold bracelet or ring.
Sexy pink bandage dress
And that’s what I call a sexy pink bandage dress. The top has a turtleneck, but the bottom is cut out and you can practically see the shorts that you are wearing under the dress. But let me say this: this dress is great for building your confidence. If you are young and you like to dress provocatively and sexy, then go for it!
Two-tone bandage dress
On the other hand, if you’re still opting for a casual version of a pink bandage dress, this is a great example. This bandage dress is pretty simple but not boring at all. It’s super mini and has dark pink bandages. It’s a lot more casual than the previous one so you can style it for everyday occasions – coffee with friends or lunch downtown.
Simple and fabulous
This dress couldn’t be more polished. It has the halter neckline and the midi length. This pink bandage dress has no other details, no necklines, so you can wear it as the ultimate elegant dress. Combine it with super high heels and a clutch.
Pink bandage dress with zipper
Another model is also much more casual than the last. You can style this long sleeve zipper dress for a daily walk. Wear it with flats or platform sandals for the ultimate chic and casual look. The dress itself makes a statement, so make sure you don’t put other jewelry on yourself.
Sequins and bandages
If (like me) you are not sure about this combination all you have to do is look at the photo above. We all together have to admit that the combination of bandages and sequins looks amazing! This pink bandage dress is fantastic and a perfect, elegant staple. Combine it with a faux fur coat and blush
These were some of the ways you can wear the pink bandage dress. I hope that you found something for yourself and that you enjoyed reading this article!
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