Ugh. It’s Friday and you have Nothing. To. Wear.

Well, don’t get all dramatic like Scarlett O’Hara and start ripping down the drapes (Gone with the Wind, ladies. If you have not read the book, run don’t walk to get a copy). While Ms. O’Hara may have gone a tad overboard, she was onto something. Draping. A trend that has stuck around for a few seasons now is a great way to look sexy and sleek while still hiding any “problem areas” (ha! as if we have any). In my mind, it’s a more modest version of the bodycon dress. It shows all your curves without requiring the use of Commandos and starvation.

penum2000211876_p1_v1_m56577569832045389_254x500Penumbra Drape Dress, $250

Screen shot 2010-09-23 at 10.32.14 PMSheri Hill Draped Mini Dress, $298

Screen shot 2010-09-23 at 10.41.38 PMCamilla & Marc Neptune Drape Pindot Dress, $490

DART-WD3_V1Dar Ti Dawn Long Dress, $299

1120269_fpx.tifElizabeth and James Helena Draped Silk Cotton Dress, $385

Screen shot 2010-09-23 at 10.55.21 PMC & C California Draped Cowl Neck Dress, $128

What will you wear tomorrow? Well, frankly my dear, I don’t give a damn.