Corset dresses are an interesting take on the classic body shaping garment. They are stylish and sexy, flirty and feminine. They help to flatter your figure and they are available in dazzling styles for day and daring styles for night. They can be difficult to pull off and they are definitely recommended for the over 18 set. You can dress them down but they’re still a more adult style – a little risque. To see some great ways to wear them check out these celebrity corset dress styles.
Hilary Swank and Diane Von Furstenberg Zia
Actress Hilary Swank shines in a gold brocade corset style dress at the Elle Magazine 17th Annual Women in Hollywood Tribute. The dress is a great color and shape and flatters her small frame. She pairs the dress with a matching shiny gold clutch and jewel toned accents including a necklace and sweet sandals like the Diane Von Furstenberg Zia. These hot Diane Von Furstenberg heels are also available in a watermelon pink, a royal blue and other gorgeous, bold colors. Hilary most recently starred in the romantic comedy “New Years Eve” and is set two appear in a Hollywood remake of “Intimate Strangers.”
Reese Witherspoon and Michael Kors Vivian
Reese Witherspoon looks sleek and chic at the UK premiere of “Water for Elephants”. She lets her gorgeous midnight blue corset dress shine by pairing it with patent peep toes similar to the KORS Michael Kors Vivian. Nude shoes like this Michael Kors pair compliment bold looks by making your outfit the star of the show. They almost act like a pretty picture frame for your wardrobe. Reese is filming several movies this year, one a crime thriller.
Anne Hathaway and Chie Mihara Bonya
Anne Hathaway rocks an adorable amethyst colored corset dress to a benefit gala supporting the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation. She pairs her romantic dress with playful pumps similar to the Chie Mihara Bonya. These spicy sandals by Chie Mihara add a playful edge to any look. Anne is a talented and versatile actress who is set to star in upcoming flicks, “The Dark Knight Rises” and a new version of the classic musical, “Les Miserables”.