I am officially obsessed with convertible/infinity/transformer/multi wear/multi way/multi-wrap dresses. They are truly amazing. It also started with one beautiful dress from Henkaa featured in this post.
Then I discovered the Ravon Transformer dress by Von Vonni through Ideeli (please join if you haven’t already) and I was hooked. I originally bought one to use as a bridesmaids dress for my friend Sarah’s wedding, but then this simple purchase blossomed into a full-on obsession.
One dress, infinite styles.
There are so many (infinite) ways to style these types of dresses in the front and back. Also another thing about the Ravon dress is the fabric is very luxurious. I prefer the Henkaa fabric a tad better as it is softer, like satin. But the Ravon fabric is also a polyester blend that has a very slight texture – it’s kind of matte instead of satin. The fabric is NOT like t-shirt or jersey material, so it’s much more dressy.
One last note about convertible dresses is that you get what you pay for.
I mentioned the Target Mossimo convertible dresses in my last post about convertible dresses as a less expensive option. I decided to go ahead and order a few of them to test and see if they’d be viable competition for Henkaa or Von Vonni dresses. I definitely do NOT recommend the Target twist and wrap dresses. 2 of them had the ugliest, cheapest feeling (like a cheapest, crappiest t-shirt) fabric that I didn’t even take them out of the package to try on. The other two were made of a polyester fabric that were not like t-shirt material but were so cheap and scratchy. I ended up returning all of them. Not worth it at all.
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