WHAT’S YOUR CURVE SILHOUETTE?

“Look for the woman in the dress. If there is no woman, there is no dress.”                                                                                    

                                                            -Coco Chanel

Silhouette are the overall impression of a garment the shape and the style entirely depends unto it..and that’s the reason why we keep on shuffling dresses while we shop for ourselves..and why not? After all the look will be incomplete without a perfect silhouette and magnificent pattern on it.party dresses

As the season moulds us we switch our preferences towards clothing.So here are few ideas what I believe would ensemble your look in this loud season Chic silhouettes ..are so in this season with embroideries patterns, sequins and prints and even lot more fabulous range of haute clothing.ladies Tops

FASHION becomes a statement when you feel the essence of it…

Most of the famous designers work with this essence as they create ..the best of fashion statement to gather the attraction of our eyes.. As we are talking silhouettes we should know our body size as before the purchase of one. It’s very important to buy the one’s which suit your personality So here are the guidelines you should follow before picking one for yourself. Humans come in all shapes and sizes, so how do you find clothes that are flattering your specific body type? There are certain body types as all of us do not have the same body curve….so first understand your body curve..

The key is to know your proportions, and use fashion to accentuate your best features–and hide everything else! This article is aimed at women especially..

THE APPLE CURVE:

Women with apple shaped bodies have a little more weight around the middle, less defined waists and typically have fuller busts. The key is to streamline your figure and to avoid loose and shapeless dresses.ethinic wear

SILHOUETTE:

Opt for cocktail dresses with soft draping fabrics rather than clingy materials. Wrap dresses with  V-necks will looks very flattering  and is an ideal choice, as they emphasize the bust area and typically tie on the side, manipulating the definition of the waist.The A-line shape created by a wrap dress will add volume to your lower body, again creating the illusion of a smaller waist. You are apple-shaped, then you most likely have plenty of cleavage to show off, so make the most of it. Just Avoid bodycons. Go for bold block colours or dark shades, as they tend to flatter apple shapes best black, darker browns etc.

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BOYISH /RECTANGULAR-SHAPED:

Rectangular shapes are straight up and down and have no curves or disproportions to hide.

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SILHOUETTE:

Create the illusion of a feminine physique by choosing dresses that imply curves. Choose a Silhouette with a scooped or sweetheart neckline to add curves to your upper body. Dresses with collars, ruffled tops and detailing around the chest will also create volume   around this area. Peplum dresses will give the illusion of a curvaceous figure.  Empire waists are also perfect for your frame, as they show off the slenderness of your waistline and add volume both above and below the midsection. Dresses with pleating and asymmetric detailing will provide you with curves in all the right places, and belts are a fantastic way to add definition to your waist.Consider wearing a skirt and top instead of a cocktail dress. By doing so, you will break up the evenness of your frame. A wrap or scoop-necked top tucked into a high-waisted skirt will create volume around your chest and define your waistline beautifully.

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THE HOURGLASS:

Your bust and hips are equally proportioned and you have a waist that is clearly defined, then consider yourself lucky. The hourglass is the shape that all women strive to achieve, so flaunt your assets. Your figure has just the right amount of symmetry, so look for cocktail dresses that emphasize the definition of your waist and avoid loose and undefined dresses.

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SILHOUETTE:

Avoid high neck lines – you want to show off your cleavage, not hide it. Choose fitted cocktail dresses. Shift dresses and bodycon dresses are perfect. Dresses with pencil skirts will skim your silhouette beautifully. Look for dresses that nip in at the waist and stop just above the knee. Emphasize your slender waist by accessorizing with a contrasting belt.Timeless fifties-style dresses are another great way to flaunt your enviable curves, with defined midsections and flared skirts. Strapless options are ideal. Wrap dresses will also suit you, emphasizing and enhancing your even proportions while cinching in at the waist.

INVERTED TRIANGLE:

If you have been blessed with a naturally larger bust and/or find that you have broad shoulder and slender hips and legs, you have an inverted triangle shape.Create the illusion of an hourglass figure by drawing the eye away from your upper body and adding volume to your hips.

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SILHOUTTE:

Cocktail dresses with V-necklines will work well with your shape, drawing attention away from your broad shoulders and emphasizing your bust. Sweetheart necklines create an illusion of narrower shoulders, as do spaghetti straps and cap sleeves. Strapless dresses and dresses with full sleeves should be avoided. Shoulder pads are the ultimate no-no for your figure.Dresses with more detailing below the waist are ideal. Opt for cocktail dresses that have flowing skirts, A-lines and pleating, as this will create volume where it is needed and cinch you in at the waistline. Make the most of your slim legs by showing them off. Attention-grabbing shoes can also draw the eye away from your upper body.A wide belt or corset belt will nip in your waist, especially when worn in a contrasting colour to your cocktail dress.

PEAR SHAPED:

If your upper body is smaller than your lower body, you are classed as pear shaped, as are Beyonce, Kim Kardashian and Jennifer Lopez. 

SILHOUETTE:

Strapless dresses are perfect for showing off your slender shoulders and drawing attention away from your hips. Emphasize your upper body with eye-catching detail. Halter-neck dresses will help balance your slim shoulders and wider hips. Low-plunging neck-lines will accentuate your upper body, drawing attention to your face and chest, and accessorizing with a statement necklace or large earrings will have a similar effect.

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Cocktail dresses with flowing or A-line skirts are perfect for pear shapes, as they skim the hips beautifully. Don’t be afraid to wear figure-hugging dresses, but make sure that they are not too tight around the hips Most pear shaped women have beautifully defined waists, so show yours off with a cinched in waistline.Empire waistlines are ideal, as they draw attention to your upper body and make the most of a slender waist. Belts and detailing around the waistline will also play up this asset and balance beautifully with a full skirted dress.Opt for block coloured cocktail dresses and steer clear of large prints, as they risk adding bulk to your hips. Alternatively, a two-toned dress with the lighter or brighter color above the waist and the darker tone below will balance out your figure proportionately.

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