That trend has started to change, and dresses designed and inspired by Middle Eastern cultures are not only being preferred by Middle Eastern customers, but are in demand by women across the globe. At least a few regional companies are poised to take advantage of this globalization of fashion. Launched in 2011, DressArabia.com was designed to appeal to an audience not currently catered to on the web. The company says all of its designer dresses are made on order and can be altered per a customer’s request. “All items are quality checked for fabric, embroidery, and measurements.” Their staff has over 20 years of embroidery and stitching experience from selling their designs throughout the Middle East including the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Qatar.
Westerners can enjoy the flair of Middle Eastern styles via online shops that sell Middle Eastern designers, or they can find elements of this style offered in lines from European and American designers. Hallmarks of the Middle Eastern style include both delicate and bold embroidery, ¾-length sleeves with bell flares, embellished necklines, and capacious dress styles that offer modest coverage with exceptional drape and flow. A touch of the exotic can go a long way in reinvigorating a tired wardrobe, adding a sense of cosmopolitan style that can set a woman apart from the crowd.
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