style is entirely objective, more a collection of shape-related findings which should at least give you an idea
of where to start when it comes to finding the dress for you.
If you’re a ‘classic pear’ you will likely spend the majority of your
clothes-wearing days trying to hide or slim-down your bottom and hip area.
If you’re an apple ,empire line and longer length tops will flatter your figure.
Go for low-ish necklines to draw the eye upwards. Wearing a slightly heavier shoe
can help to anchor and balance your top half.
if you’re a hourglass . You’re blessed with a very sexy shape
so you need to learn not to drown it in too-baggy clothes
but also not go too overtly sexy either – unless that’s the look you’re going for!
If you have rectangle body shape .A structured dress that cinches in with
a belt will make you look more curvy. If you’ve a small bust you can
get away with tricky to wear high-necked tops.
Finding the right dress for you is all about making the most of the body part you love
(it could be anything from your bum to your collarbone) and taking the
attention away from the bits you’re not so keen on.