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Empire

Empire Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. Aenean commodo ligula eget dolor. Aenean massa. Best for: Apple shapes looking to cover their waist or athletic figures to create a bigger bust Empire silhouettes have a high waistline that starts just under the bust on a fitted bodice. The skirt is normally long and flowing, […]

Drop Waist

Drop Waist Florence GAIA Best for: Smaller hips and longer torsos On a drop waist dress, the waist falls below the natural line to the mid-hip. It can be difficult to pull off as it adds length to the top half, meaning it can make petite women’s legs look shorter. An exaggerated drop waist is […]

Column/Sheath

Column / Sheath Laura Rebecca-Ingram Best for: Athletic figures A slim-cut style that drapes straight down from the neck to the hem. It looks fantastic on tall or short lean figures but it can be very unforgiving as the fabric often has little stretch. A column or sheath dress follows the body’s natural shape so is a […]

Basque

Basque Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. Aenean commodo ligula eget dolor. Aenean massa. Best for: Slender bodies or short torsos Basque dresses have a fitted bodice that sits just below the natural waistline and have a gentle v-shape at the front of the bodice. This style elongates the torso but draws attention […]

Ballgown

Ballgown / Princess Shasta Sottero-and-Midgley Best for: All body types, but not very petite frames A ballgown is that traditional ‘princess’ style, which pairs a fitted bodice with a dramatic, full skirt. It’s a very flattering look for those with a big bust or broader shoulders as it evens out your top and bottom half. However, you […]

A-Line

A-Line Maggie Sottero Best for: All body types An A-line dress is so called because it resembles the letter A: a fitted bodice through to the waist and then it gets fuller from the waist to the hem. It’s like the little sister of the ballgown, the main difference is the skirt is less pouffy and widens […]

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