Every Body Has an Image

Every woman has been there, you look in your closet and feel panicked because you have nothing that you feel good in. For many women, it is difficult to find clothes that look good because they don’t really understand their body shape or the colors that flatter them. By understanding the styles of clothing and lingerie and the colors that are most flattering for you, you will always be able to feel your best.  

Feminine shapes that draw attention to an hourglass shape always look good. Wear formfitting dresses and skirts that are cut diagonally or on the bias to make the most of your shape. They should cinch at the waist, be snug over the hips, and fall loosely over the thighs.

A slit on the side can be sexy and slimming, while showing some leg can give a long, lean look. Platinum Lace Chemise.

Fuller Figured

While a structured look always works, fabrics like jersey can be wrapped, twisted, and gathered around your body to highlight your favorite parts. Choose cuts that fall close to the body and are tailored.

Your clothes should be streamlined, and not overly adorned so that you are the focus. Choose tops that are relatively simple, without layers of ruffles and embellishment. Bright colors and jewel tones can be striking. Go monochromatic to create a slim line, or wear simple, contrasting shades like black and white.
Plus Size Pleated Chiffon Babydoll

To make a boyish figure look its best, create feminine curves and definition. To create a more curvy shape, accentuate your middle to create the illusion of an hourglass. That means always define the waist with dresses that cinch, a top with a drop waist, or a chemise with an Empire line, and v-necks can always help to emphasize cleavage.

Wearing a combination of fabrics like satin and lace and pieces that have details like pleats, and peplums add ladylike curves. Ruffles, beading, and bows all offer a feminine touch to your look. Take advantage of bold and intricate patterns. Florals, stripes, and graphic designs will give depth and character to a silhouette. Empire Waist Chemise.


Keep your look sleek and chic, and stay away from prints that you might get lost in. Mixing solids works, and small details can add personality, but avoid over the top embellishment, that could take away from your figure.

Fabrics like brocade, velvet, silk, lace, and chiffon can add fullness in the right places, and combining different fabrics will increase the richness of your look. When in doubt, add heels! Daniella Black Chemise.

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