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Known for his collection of dresses, each with their own trademark name, the French designer Roland Mouret has become a favorite with women across the world, with celebrities ranked among his clientele. Infused with an innate sexiness and glamour, the designer has built a reputation for structured pieces that have been created to highlight and promote the female figure, through the careful use of draping that has become the brand's signature. Whether it's an asymmetric cocktail dress or a floor-sweeping maxi gown that creates a body conscious silhouette, these dresses are designed to show you off.

The Roland Mouret Dresses Buying Guide

Look to Roland Mouret for refined glamour. The French designer is famous for creating dresses made to flatter the female form, and brings a touch of Parisian elegance to every piece he designs, think sleek silhouettes, soft colors and luxurious fabrics. Tailoring is cut true to the female figure, allowing for a flattering fit whichever piece you choose. For formal events, there are floor-sweeping gowns executed in draped fabrics and accented with subtle metallic details. When it’s time for cocktail hour, there are mini cuts and bodycon shapes in simple and sophisticated colors. 

Known for his collection of dresses, each with their own trademark name, the French designer Roland Mouret has become a favorite with women across the world, with celebrities ranked among his clientele. Infused with an innate sexiness and glamour, the designer has built a reputation for structured pieces that have been created to highlight and promote the female figure, through the careful use of draping that has become the brand's signature. Whether it's an asymmetric cocktail dress or a floor-sweeping maxi gown that creates a body conscious silhouette, these dresses are designed to show you off. Read on for our Roland Mouret dresses buying guide, which will help you narrow down the styles that suit you best and find your most flattering size.

The Most Wanted Roland Mouret Dresses

  • Roland Mouret Gilo Gowns

    Make a statement in Roland Mouret’s Gilo Gown. The voluminous shape turns heads with its sweeping skirt and strapless design. The delicate silk lurex fabric sparkles when it catches the light, giving you an elegant glow. It’s finished with pockets at the hips for a slightly relaxed feel.

  • Roland Mouret Brandon Dresses

    The Roland Mouret Brandon Dress is a luxurious everyday piece in a fluid fit. The v-neckline is complete with a long-line tie that can be knotted or left to drape loose. Split cuffs bring a slightly dramatic feel to the shape, while the lurex chainmail fabric adds a playful feel. 

  • Roland Mouret Amarula Dresses

    In a figure-hugging shape, the Amarula Dress by Roland Mouret is perfect for part season. The off-the-shoulder cut brings a romantic feel to the bandage design. It’s crafted from lightweight crepe that softly skims your figure.

The Roland Mouret Dresses Sizing Guide

You can use the chart below to find your appropriate size in Roland Mouret dresses. The brand’s designs come in UK sizes 6 to 12 and fit true to size.

For example, if you usually wear a FR size 36, you should take a UK size 8 in your Roland Mouret dress.

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How to Care For Your Roland Mouret Dress

You should care for your Roland Mouret dress properly to keep it looking its best. Always check the care label before attempting to clean your dress.

Some styles such as the Adamson dress, crafted from wool crepe, are dry clean only. These should only be cleaned by a specialist. It’s not recommended you put styles like these in the washing machine or tumble dryer at home as it can damage the fabric and the shape. Silk pieces such as the Revere dress should be delicately dry cleaned. Check that your dry cleaner has experience dealing with delicate fabrics before washing.

Other pieces, like the Romolo dress, which is crafted from crepe, can be machine washed cold. Check the care label for the maximum temperature you can wash your garment at. It’s recommended that you use a gentle detergent and leave to dry naturally. Drying on a hanger or flat can help your dress retain its shape.

Stains should be treated straight away. Submerge the affected area in cold water, avoid hot water as this can ingrain the substance more. If this doesn’t work, try a stain remover or have your garment professionally cleaned.

When not being worn, your Roland Mouret dress should be properly stored. It’s recommended that you keep delicate pieces in garment bags to protect the fabric. Store in a cool dry place, away from heat and sunlight.

FAQ

Who designs Roland Mouret dresses?

Roland Mouret is a French designer who has made a name for himself with figure-flattering dresses. Hailing from the mountains in France, he moved to Paris, where he worked as a model and art director before taking up fashion designer with no formal training. In 2005 his now-iconic Galaxy Dress made him a favourite amongst celebrities. Today, he works from his home in the Suffolk countryside.

Does Roland Mouret design bridal gowns?

In 2019, Roland Mouret turned his attention to weddings, launching his first collection of form-flattering bridal gowns. With sustainability in mind, each piece is made to be worn on the bride’s wedding day and then worn for special events after too. Mouret uses sophisticated cuts and barely there embellishments to ensure each wedding dress is suitable past the day itself.

Are Roland Mouret dresses sustainable?

Roland Mouret is committed to sustainable fashion. Each piece the designer makes is examined for its sustainability. He recently turned his attention to eco-hangers as a way to challenge the plastic consumption and waste in the fashion industry. As well as this, he is dedicated to using sustainable fabrics where possible throughout his collections.