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There is nothing new under the sun, but there sure is a time where what isn’t new is set on fire right under the sun and that is the tiered dress that is trending in Ghana tremendously. Although according to social media, it seems like this trend is also fairly worldwide or at least with style influencers.

The tiered dress is characterized as having a series of overlapping layers. They are generally different lengths and create a range of different hemlines when it comes to the skirt of the dress. The tiered dress dates back to the Victorian era where clothing signaled wealth.

As most of you would have noticed, the tiered skirts and dress come in all forms, however, it seems like the A-line dress edit just had a reboot for 2020 ending to 2021. We have seen almost and every relevant style influencer in the past couple of weeks rock them. Yes, a few maybe a little bit older than that, but the trend can easily be inhaled. The tiered dress wasn’t the only trend that hit hard in the end of 2020, but also pleat bottoms as we covered below.

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Flatters Of The Tiered Dress

However, the look adds a universally flattering shape, the tiered element to the dress also adds a feminine detail that even the most pared-back of dressers can get on board with. When it comes to hem length, it’s the midi and maxi that work best with this style of dress – the longer the length, the more tier time you get.

When it comes to making fashion work for you, having a tiered outfit is an essential number to stock in your closet, considering you are not a tomboy, a nudist, nor a goth. They work in all fashion seasons and weathers and make a great accomplice for both casual and evening looks.

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