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Looking for a summer dress that was “made for you" can be an unpleasant experience. But finding the outfit that shadows your discomforts and displays your best features means finding something that fits your physique.

Full-figured: If you have a full-figured body try for something you’ll feel more comfortable in. A loose-fitted, flowing skirt that falls smoothly over your legs can create an impression of leaner legs and works to balance out your shapely figure

Petite/Thin: For those who are teeny tiny you’ll need to try and booty up your straight-figured body. A layered skirt with a snug top will bring out you hips and create an illusion of a bust line. If your problems rely on your height, don’t be afraid to show some leg with a knee length dress and focus for a symmetrical hemline that will make you look taller.

Hourglass figure:You’ve got the curves where you need 'em so your dress is more about accenting your highlights. Halters compliment your bust-line and bands or large belts that hug your midriff bring out a stunning waistline. You are open to any type of dress so don’t be afraid to experiment!


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