Originally known as a "Hooverette," the wrap dress was a popular house dress throughout the Great Depression (hint: Herbert Hoover was the U.S. president) due to ease and affordability. In the 1930s, the design got a sleek upgrade with an elevated, more feminine silhouette. The 1970s saw the rise of a clingier knee-length version that boasted a flattering silhouette and comfortable design and went on to become a (sartorial) symbol of the women's liberation movement.
A classic wrap dress in our new 365 crepe that's perfect drapey—and dressy.
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