Cocktail Dresses Inspired By Your Favorite Cocktail
Any style maven worth her Louboutins knows to match her dress to her purse, but what about to her cocktail?
It’s the season of the cocktail party, which means it’s also the season of the cocktail dress. Traditionally, a cocktail dress is worn to a semi-formal occasion, like a cocktail party. In the late 1920s, due in part to the suffragette movement and Prohibition Reform, “The Drinking Woman” emerged at private cocktail soirées and lounges about town. And so, the cocktail dress was born. It wasn’t until the late 1940s, however, that Christian Dior coined the term “cocktail dress,” as cocktailing became en vogue. Today, because cocktailing remains a chic pastime, it demands a dress so you can dazzle as you drink.
The following are cocktail dresses inspired by your favorite cocktails, so you can drink and dress responsibly. Salut.
Whiskey Sour with Egg White
Shot on location at The Topaz Bar
Creative Direction | Jill Di Donato, Photography |Amanda Suarez, Stylist |Sheyna Imm, Model |Adina Boom