Your wardrobe is the most important thing in your life when it comes to fashion. Your clothes define you and make a statement about who you are, where you come from, and what’s important to you.
A good wardrobe provides an opportunity for self-expression while providing practicality because of its versatility. It can be your best friend or your worst enemy depending on how well it matches with the rest of your life outside of fashion. In this blog post, we’re going to explore the different terms that start with the letter “W”, their meanings, and how they affect one’s style choices.
- Wedding Dress: A wedding dress is a formal dress intended for the bride at a wedding. Bridal gowns are typically white, cream, or ivory colored. The most popular colors to wear as bridesmaid dresses are pastel shades of peach, powder blue. A typical length for most wedding gowns is floor-length, with some being shorter than others. Wedding dresses can vary from very plain and simple to very elaborate and expensive depending on the style of the designer and intended wearer’s personal preference.
- Wardrobe: A wardrobe is a collection of clothing or other items, especially one stored in an accessible place so that it can be used efficiently. The term “wardrobe” has multiple meanings depending on the context in which it is used. It typically means a standing closet that forms part of the bedroom and contains clothes for daily use, or a part of a walk-in closet where clothes can be stored and accessed by a second person.
- Wedge: A wedge is a type of shoe with a thick sole, usually at least one inch (25mm) high and sometimes as much as four inches high or more. The upper part meets the sole at the ball of the foot, leaving the toes uncovered.
- Wedge heel: A wedge heel shoe is a style of shoe with a wedge-shaped raised back. It is significantly thicker from side to side than from front to back, and this creates a visual impression of being higher at the back of the foot than at the front.