What’s next for sexy dresses?

TechCrunch is reporting that the dress-up-as-a-party trend is on the wane, with companies scrambling to find new ways to sell their wares to a growing number of people who don’t necessarily want to dress up in fancy dresses to get dressed.

The new trend comes at a time when fashion is all about being the center of attention, with celebrities, politicians, celebrities and celebrities-turned-fashionistas being treated to a host of high-profile, well-planned and well-rehearsed events that are aimed at making them feel the part.

And with celebrities in their prime, they are often seen wearing outfits that are often as elaborate as they are revealing.

So what’s next?

There’s a whole slew of new designs for women’s fashion right now that don’t quite meet the standards of the old-school trend.

For example, in a recent interview with the New York Times, singer Taylor Swift said that the latest trend for women of color is the ‘dressing down,’ and that it is all the more important that women dress up to be the center, rather than to be part of the conversation.

“We want to have a conversation with everyone, and not just with people who are going to be looking at us,” Swift said.

“There’s something really important in the culture to have conversations about and we have to have that conversation.”

It’s not just celebrities who are experimenting with new ideas, too.

In the New Yorker, the magazine’s new editor, Kate Maltby, says that she’s been inspired by a young woman she’s worked with who is inspired by the new trend.

“She really wants to get more involved in the conversation,” Maltby told the magazine.

“I want her to get into it more, and I want her more involved, and we can all get more engaged.”

In the meantime, it’s probably best to just stick with what you know.

You know, what works, what doesn’t, and what you like.

You can find more fashion inspiration on The Style Council’s Pinterest page.