Mentioning Ewheat dresses, you can never ignore the absolutely stunning usage of embroidery. It is lush, modern and antique all at once. The designer, Adam Yeung Zou Jeoi, is a big fan of the well-known British couturier Alexander McQueen. Alexander McQueen has been credited with bringing drama and extravagance to the catwalk. His usage of embroidery on his work has inspired Adam greatly.
The following Ewheat dresses are just a few of the amazing examples from Ewheat designer Adam. Hope that you’re amazed as I am.
Ewheat Mini Dresses
Yoke Dresses always place an emphasis on your collarbone, presenting a modest sexy style. On the Embroidered Illusion Yoke A-line Dress, Adam adds massive rose red and turquoise floral embroidery to the pure white chiffon, creating a lively girlish look.
Searching for a dress for banquets but getting tired of the long fishtail or princess-like ones? This Illusion Yoke Embroidered Mesh Mini Sheath Dress ensures that you are the queen in the spotlight. The empire-style Golden embroidery is rarely used in night dresses so it is unique and eye-catching. With the gauze sleeve and collar, you look like a mysterious oriental queen.
Adam makes a daring attempt to combine little butterfly patching with embroidery. The Yellow Butterfly Print Silk Organza Dress is so picturesque that it vividly presents an active image of butterflies hovering over the garden.
Ewheat Midi Dresses
If you prefer satin fabric, have a look at this Embroidered Sheer Mesh Dress. The royal blue embroidered gauze is as the same color as the silk lining, only creating a cascading layer effect.
I would like to recommend this Lace Midi Dress to you if you want a practical lace embroidered dress for any occasion. Designed in a shirt-dress style, there’s no need to worry that it will be too revealing for formal occasions such as workplaces. Moreover, its royal blue and blackish green splicing lace makes your outfit distinctive.