In 1974, Diane von Furstenburg was a working mom looking to create one effortless, elegant piece of clothing that would take her everywhere she needed to go (and look good doing it). Her wrap dress, first crafted in knit jersey, was the simple solution that became a global fashion phenomenon and remains a wardrobe essential today.

Feminine and flattering, but also practical, wrap dresses free us up to go about our day and still feel glamorous, whether that’s a full day at the office, taking care of kiddos, a night on the town, or a weekend with the family. As the embodiment of her work, Diane’s strength and style continues to be a great inspiration to women and entrepreneurs alike (including our founder).

On the 40th anniversary of the wrap dress, we thought Valentine’s Day would be the perfect occasion to celebrate this must-have style simplifier. Dressed up or dressed down, we’ve found a lot to love…and we think you will, too!

A Valentine’s Day brunch is a wonderful gift to get: a meal shared with the people you love most! This look has bold pops of color that complement the Pop Art print courtesy of Andy Warhol, the artist responsible for Diane’s most famous portrait.

Wrap Dress brunch 1

  1. DVF limited edition wrap dress
  2. Retro Super Future wayfarer sunglasses
  3. Daisy Nights heart and arrow stud earrings
  4. Banana Republic Carter flat
  5. Tory Burch Robinson dome satchel
  6. Priti NYC nailpolish in “American Beauty
  7. Gap 1969 denim jacket

wrap dress getaway

If you’ve been surprised with a special trip—whether that’s a stroll in the city, a walk in the park, or a plane to Paris—the wrap dress is the perfect companion to a romantic getaway. We’ve brought out the bohemian with some western touches and ’70s inspiration.

  1. Eugenia Kim Farrah floppy hat
  2. DVF python wrap dress
  3. Stella McCartney key and heart necklace
  4. Sequin enamel bangle
  5. Coach Honey bootie
  6. MICHAEL Michael Kors crossbody bag
  7. Unreal Fur vest

Wrap dress date night

Making time for the two of you can be a challenge, but Valentine’s Day can be a date night to remember when you’re wrapped up in each other (and a great dress). Take a gorgeous floral print and give it a modern spin with graphic accessories and sleek staples like this blazer and these boots.

  1. ASOS CURVE fedora
  2. Diane Von Furstenberg New Julian Two dress
  3. House of Harlow 1960 Meteora drop earrings
  4. C. Wonder love cuff
  5. Cole Haan Cassidy suede boot
  6. Milly Zoey Clutch
  7. Longline blazer

Diane’s best advice is also the most simple: “When in doubt, wear a wrap dress!” No doubt about it—nothing universally flatters like wrap dresses. This Valentine’s Day, make sure you’re a wrap star.


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  • Tracy

    I love this brand and what it stands for but am I reading this correctly, $13 for one diaper?

    • Hi Tracy,

      We’re happy to help! It’s one pack of diapers that costs $13.95. And each pack includes between 22 and 40 diapers depending on which size you order. You can learn more here:

      However, if you’re interested in our bundle & save options, you can save up to 35% when you subscribe to our diapers & wipes bundle for $79.95 per month (or shipment depending on when you schedule your delivery). You can find more information on this deal here:

      Please let us know if you have any more questions or suggestions!

  • Liz

    Is it really necessary to add a fur vest on one of the outfits? Many people are unaware about animals in fur farms but they treat them really horrible and often skin the alive leaving them in such painful agony. Even if its not real, I would advice to not go out there with that vest & promote it, which will make people buy a fur vest regardless if its real or not.

  • Natalie

    Such cute ideas! Thanks for the Getaway Glam.. so lovely ! I love the faux fur vest and hat with the wrap dress! 🙂 Well, actually I love the whole outfit LOL

    • You’re welcome, Natalie. We’d love to hear what other fashion and lifestyle posts you’re interested in reading. Let us know what you think!