by Serena Song
Sep 10. 2021
UUNIQ is committed to inspiring every girl to show themselves out confidently. At the same time, the dresses should fit multiple occasions, like joining a party after work. This is why we love to show our secrets dresses to all of our friends.
Backless dresses first appeared in the 1920s. In the 1930s, the style became associated with the sun tanning fashions of the time, and the backless dress was a way of showing off a tan, usually without tan lines. The wearer usually had to be slim to be able to pull off the effect. A backless dress can be held up in several ways.
The most common is by a single piece of cloth or strap which passes behind the wearer's neck, halterneck-style. The neck strap can itself be covered by the wearer's hair, leaving the impression from behind that nothing is holding the dress up. Alternatively, the dress may be held up by short sleeves or by a single or two spaghetti straps, which hold the dress up at the shoulders. A stick-on dress is another way that a dress can be held up.
Round backless design matched with tied closure and elastic waist, which is a most popular one from New Arrivals in August.
The purple Lilac Midi Dress is my favorite one, which inspected from the series The Queen's Gambit. The Lavender back-cross tie is the bright spot of this dress, that passing the confidence and patience to everyone.
As we move into autumn in the northern hemisphere, UUNIQ created few black dresses that can be worn with jackets, black collections but have surprising details. I loved them so much that I named them the "Black Crystals". Just a big bow at back, or shinning chains could bring simpleness and surprises at the same time.