#AskFarrah: Dressing According to Your Body Type


A-line Scoop Neck Chiffon Tulle Sweep Train Appliques Lace Prom Dresses #Formal02017428
Going to a formal event can be nerve-wracking. Aside from looking for a dress (which there could be too many or too little choices of), you'd also want to look good in the said dress. I mean, formal events come only so often for people who don't work in the PR or event organizing circuit so it'd be terrible if you messed up that once in a lifetime chance. As a fashion enthusiast, I guess the easiest and best tip I could give you to look good in whatever you wear is to dress according to your body type.Today we'll walk through some of the most common types and pick a few outfits that would flatter these body types.
1) Hourglass

The lucky hourglass has that 36-24-36 kind of figure. They have a bust proportional to their hips, and a tiny waist. They can get away with anything like this two-piece dressy separate.
Sheath/Column Silk-like Satin High Neck Beading Sweep Train Formal Dresses #Formal02017033
2) Rulers

Rulers are those naturally skinny girls with hardly any curves. To give the illusion of curves, they can go for ball gowns and big poofy dresses, such as this one from formal dresses melbourne
A-line Tulle Sweetheart Appliques Lace Floor-length Formal Dresses #Formal02016448
3) Pears

Pear shapes have larger hips versus the shoulders/upper body so it's advised that they hide their bottoms by wearing A-line gowns such as these:
A-line Chiffon Straps Draped Sweep Train Formal Dresses #Formal02023067

4) Apples

Apples, on the other hand, have larger busts compared to their lower bottoms. Dresses like this V-necked one will show off some enviable cleavage and the empire waist hides the midsection.
A-line Chiffon V-neck Rhinestone Sweep Train Formal Dresses #Formal02015255
All these formal dresses are available online via formaldressaustralia.
Hope I was able to help!

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