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A tight-fitting dress made of a stretchy fabric that appears to be wrapped around the body in layers:‘she wore a figure-hugging gold Herve Leger bandage dress and peep-toe platform shoes’
- ‘Demand for the Reiss bandage dress that she chose to wear to meet US President Barack Obama at Buckingham Palace saw the High Street store's website crash.’
- ‘Update your wardrobe with this sparkling and chic signature bandage dress from Hervé Léger.’
- ‘Bandage dresses are perfect for a party dress.’
- ‘Herve Leger pre-fall arrivals include the famous bandage dress in shades of icy blue, silvery grey and black.’
- ‘She looked stunning in a figurehugging navy Roland Mouret bandage dress and high heels.’
- ‘'You were so wrapped up in him that you missed moi, wrapped in my Preen bandage dress.'’
- ‘The toff trend can be seen as a reaction against the ubiquity of the perma-tanned, partially-clothed, bandage-dress sort of celeb.’
- ‘The trend for bandage dresses is one that knows no end. For the umpteenth season running every high street store has a Herve Leger-inspired skintight dress.’
- ‘Peplum is a more ladylike and sophisticated way to get an hourglass figure than opting for a clingy bandage dress.’
- ‘She went directly from the Herve Leger show to a tiny, hole-in-the-wall Mexican joint in her body-baring bandage dress and super-high heels.’
- ‘If I can attain those celeb curves by putting on a bandage dress, I'll try it.’
- ‘Cheat your way to a celebrity body with clever lingerie and this season's body con bandage dresses.’
- ‘It's family time. Wear the more conservative cuts and save the sexy Herve Leger-style bandage dress for another occasion.’
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