We all love clothes that fit well and look flattering, yet some of us are often unsure about choosing pieces that look best for our body type. Ever get that feeling when a cute dress gets too loose or snug at places they shouldn't be? Us too. A simple way to avoid that from happening again would be to identify your body shape against a rough guide, and to learn how to dress for your own unique curves.
We're all different shapes and that's cool. Learning the dos and don'ts of your body shape can elevate your style. We've compiled some of our favourite ways to dress for every shape so here's a easy and fun guide to dressing better for yourself because nothing looks better than confidence.
dresses like the silhouette of the Ripple Wrap Dress, will look best on you,
as they accentuate your waist and enhance your curves.
Ultimately, fashion is a form of self expression and there is no hard and fast rule. Looking and feeling good in the clothes you wear equals confidence, which is the best thing you can bring to an outfit. Share with us your favourite hacks and show us your style on Instagram with #StyleAWD.
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This is a rough guide for a fitted sizing Certain cuts and styles are looser. Please refer to the individual products for accurate measurement. All measurements are in inches (1" = 2.54cm). Models on site typically wear a size S.
One underarm to the other underarm (multiply by 2 to get circumference).
Smallest part of your torso. Usually below your ribcage and above your belly button.
Approximately 8 inches below waistline. Just above your pelvic bone.
From top of shoulder.
Measure the back of the shoe from the bottom of the heel to the top of the shoe.
Measure the back of the heel, from where it connects to the shoe at the top to the heel cap at the bottom.
Measure from the bottom of the sole to where it connects to the shoe at the top of the platform.