The beauty of style is that there is one particular style for every personality, body type, and size. A simple pink dress can be made 100 different ways. From sheath to a-line and all in between, we found some great pink dresses that would fit perfectly into any wardrobe…AND we tell you which one fits you best.
Joseph M. designed a beautiful dress that screams Kim K. So for all the curvacious ladies, this dress is for you. It perfectly outlines an hour glass figure and would be a great choice for those lucky enough to fill it out.
Top Shop has this cute a-line dress that works well on all body types, especially girls with hips. Pairing this with a nice belt will give it a very sweet look.
Romwe has a dress that would look best on slimmer/athletic figures. The design is pretty unforgiving in the midsection and the sleeves widen the look. A slimmer frame would be a best choice for this garment.
French Connection has a dress that would look great on almost anyone. The only downside would be if you have a larger bust and need the extra support of a bra strap.
Rag & Bone designed a dress for an “average” sized girl. Slim girls would swim in this cut, and fuller figures would look boxy inside of this look. An “average” size would be able to wear this style and have it be loose enough to look right, but fitted enough to be really feminine.
This AJE dress is a “must try on”. Why? Because this style looks great on slim to full figured women. It all depends on the girl’s height and midsection. This dress has the tendency to make women look wider than they are, so its a hard call.
Miss Selfridge has a cute dress with some added fringe. This will look great on most body types, but this dress is unforgiving in the midsection. So no matter what shape you are, its important to consider wearing spanx with this look.
Topshop has a dress that looks perfect on all shapes. The “Madmen” style is a very flattering look.
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