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Be inspired by ModCloth's EXCLUSIVE collection of vintage inspired fit-and-flare dresses in a variety of styles and exclusive prints! ModCloth loves carrying a wide variety of silhouettes and a great selection of patterns and solids, but we are most proud of our abundance of sizes. From XXS, XS, S, M, L, 1X, 2X, 3X, and 4X, our fit-and-flare dresses are for everyone.

WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF FIT AND FLARE DRESSES?

Well, that depends on what era of fashion you feel like channeling today:

  • 50’s Fit And Flare Dresses: Rockabilly style began influencing fashion in the 1950’s, and this is the era when swing dresses, fit-and-flare dresses, and sleeveless midi dresses first made their debut! (Think Marilyn in her timeless, white halter-top dress). Fit-and-flare dresses with tie-neck collars became a fashion must-have, and don’t forget the prints! Polka-dot fit-and-flare dresses, plaid  fit-and-flare dresses, and deep emerald green  fit-and-flare dresses have been stealing hearts ever since.

  • 60’s Fit And Flare Dresses: In the 1960’s, all manners of fit-and-flare mini dresses became mainstream! Fit-and-flare dresses with Peter Pan collars, sleeveless fit-and-flare dresses, belted fit-and-flare dresses,  and FINALLY fit-and-flare dresses with pockets! Bold floral print fit-and-flare dresses, leopard print fit-and-flare dresses, and colorblock fit-and-flare dresses are still fashion hallmarks of this iconic era. 

  • 70’s Fit And Flare Dresses: Fit-and-flare dresses with bold geometric prints can be traced back to the 1970s fashion era. Pinafore dresses made a comeback in the 70’s, and the disco era made way for sequin  fit-and-flare dresses and velvet  fit-and-flare dresses. 

  • Whatever era in fashion you seek to inspire, we're here to support you with cute fit-and-flare dresses in every size!