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NA-KD WOMENS APPAREL

Are you looking for something new and exciting? NA-KD has got you covered with new products everyday from over 100 international brands including Aeryne Paris, Amuse Society, Calvin Klein, For Love and Lemons, Ray-Ban, Cheap Monday, Dagmar, Delacy, Just Female, Motel Rocks, Naanaa, Nookie, Quay Australia, Samsoe and Samsoe, Saylor and their own NA-KD brand including Accessories, Basics, Boho, Lingerie, Party, Shoes, Swimwear, Trend and Vintage.

NA-KD has become an industry leader in many of the European markets and has caught on like wildfire as they expand worldwide. They are the hottest online global marketplace bringing you the best in fashion, accessories and beauty from around the world and offer their customers new arrivals every day.
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NA-KD WOMEN’S APPAREL – BUYER SELECT CURATED COLLECTION

What’s a cocktail party without a fabulous dress? Whether your style is feminine and ethereal, trendy, or classic and elegant we have curated a stunning selection of cocktail dresses in daring and up-to-date styles. From bare backs to sumptuous fabrics, you are sure to find the perfect dress for sparkling at special occasions and celebrations.

Cocktail Dresses

In the 1920’s, the introduction of Chanel’s LBD (Little Black Dress) created one of the most important fashion trends of all time: The cocktail dress. The cocktail dress is feminine, flirty, sexy, and perfectly created for a night out. Christian Dior was the first to give title to the “cocktail dress”, which resulted in department stores and magazines promoting fashion using this new terminology. Cocktail dresses became fashionable during prohibition. Cocktail parties were usually held between the evening hours of 6:00 and 8:00 and developed a reputation as being chic and sophisticated events. Attending these parties meant wearing an appropriate outfit. Women wore ankle length dresses with small hats, gloves, and fashionable handbags.

Today, the length of a cocktail dress is often long. When it falls about 2 inches above the ankle, it is referred to as ‘tea length.’ When it is almost touching the ankle, it is referred to as ‘ballerina length’. For less formal occasions, a shorter length cocktail dress is acceptable. The cocktail dresses available on Buyer Select work well for holiday parties, weddings, a fun night out, or a semi-formal event.