Omiru Poll Results: Dresses with Pockets are In

October 9th, 2006

Omiru Poll Results: Dresses with Pockets are In

Nanette Lepore \'Party Time\' JumperWe asked: Are Dresses with Pockets In or Out?

You said:They’re In!  72% of you voted these functional fashions In, and only 20% voted them Out.  The remaining 8% voted Dresses with Pockets On the Way Out.

Omiru’s take:
Dresses are The Hot Silhouette for Fall, so it pleases us that you appreciate the combination of fashion and function as much as we do.  This trend has been floating around for awhile; we first reported on Dresses with Pockets back in February.  But though the trend has been in circulation for months, it’s far from falling from favor.  Wear Dresses with Pockets to work, paired with a blouse (pictured).  Or wear the trend to your next evening Gala.  Amy Adams and Maggie Gyllenhall, and Sandra Bullock all sported pocketed styles at the Emmys!  What could be chicer?

Next Question: As Summer fades into Fall, we’re switching out our sandals for boots.  Tall boots.  But what do you
think?  Tell us, are Tall Boots In, or are they Out?  Cast your
vote on the sidebar!

Pictured: Nanette Lepore ‘Party Time’ Jumper | $260 at Nordstrom.

Entry Filed under: Trend,Trend Predictives,What's In and What's Out,Women

5 Comments Add your own

  • 1. wendy  |  October 12th, 2006 at 11:06 am

    there was a super-cute jumper with sheer pockets on the cover of yesterday’s WWD — did you guys happen to catch the designer?

  • 2. Trisha  |  October 13th, 2006 at 2:56 pm

    Darn it, we seem to have missed that….thanks for letting us know though, Wendy!

  • 3. Style for All&hellip  |  October 20th, 2006 at 9:26 am

    […] If you’re heading out to a chichi bar anytime soon, consider wearing this equally elegant ensemble. Looking long and svelte, you’ll be the most stylish girl in the room.  It’s all about the details: the pockets on the dress, the stirrups on the leggings, and the round toe on the pumps.  Don’t be surprised if both guys and girls complement your look. "Out for a Drink" Fashion Formula = Dress with Pockets + Gold Necklace + Stirrup Leggings + Round-toe Pumps.   Marie Marie Pocket Dress | $435 at Shopbop   Scroll Medallion Necklace | $24 at Bebe  Stirrup Leggings |  $21.50 at Delia’s Steven ‘Lemore’ Pump  |  $99 (sale) at Macy’s […]

  • 4. Style for All&hellip  |  November 14th, 2006 at 3:28 am

    […] We just can’t get over the Dresses with Pockets trend, but then again, neither can you.  Enjoy our updated Dresses with Pockets picks, which will usher you right through the holiday season.Our $$$ Picks:MARC BY MARC JACOBS ‘Comet’ Jersey Dress | $328 at NordstromNanette Lepore Vest Dress | $325 at NordstromOur $$ Pick:Nanette Lepore ‘Party Time’ Jumper | $260 at NordstromOur $ Picks:Halogen Mandarin Collar Shirtdress | $98 at NordstromBCBGirls ‘Tanya’ Wide Belted Knit Dress | $88 at Nordstrom […]

  • 5. Style for All&hellip  |  April 30th, 2007 at 3:13 am

    […] We asked: Are Dropped Waist Dresses In or Out?You said:  Dropped Waist Dresses are In.  A 55% majority are all for this 20s-inspired dress trend.Omiru’s take: Bring this 1920s dress into the 2000s with bright colors or modern detailing, like pockets.  (We can’t get enough of dresses with pockets!)  And go easy on the sequins and beading found on so many flapper style dresses.  Style tip?  While Dropped Waist Dresses are flattering on those with long legs, they’re much less kind to long waisted women with short legs.  The style visually lengthens the torso–and makes legs look shorter.  Next Question: We’ve reported on bright colors as a key trend for Spring 2007–and we’ve been seeing more and more Hot Pink out on the streets.  But what do you think?   Tell us, is Hot Pink In, or is it Out?  Cast your vote on the sidebar!Pictured: Leyendecker Horsehair Hem Drop Waist Dress| $264 at Shopbop. […]

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