6 Kinds Of Dresses Perfect For A Girl With A Broader Waist!
Apurva LamaFashion Editor, POPxo
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If you know you’ve got a broad waist and generous hips, then take a moment to sit back and thank the stars for your fabulous curves. If styled the right way, a fuller waist and hips can create that beautiful hourglass figure we all dream of. Here are 6 types of dresses to help you embrace your curves and make the most of them.
1. A-line dresses
An A-line dress is fitted at the top, hugging your upper body tight, and flared down from your waist, resembling the letter A. The bottom half of the dress is fuller and spreads away from the body. This silhouette looks perfect on women with a broader waist. The fullness of the bottom half of the dress makes the waist appear smaller and does a pretty neat job of balancing out your frame if you have heavier thighs.
A skater dress is a modern version of the traditional A-line dress. They are shorter and flow down from the waist without pleats or gathers, whereas an A-line dress could have either. These dresses look amazing on girls with a broader waist as they function on the same design principle as the A-line dress...only they have a more fun youthful vibe attached to them.
A classic formal wear staple, this dress does not have edges that define any part of your body. Ergo, it is the easiest and the most comfortable option for women with a broader waist. They have a straight column like cut that will neither accentuate your curves nor minimize them. Opt for shift dresses with more shoulder and sleeve detailing like a shoulder pad or ruffled sleeves.
Dresses with a tie-up front closure and a V-neck cinch the tiniest part of your waist and drop down from there. This slims down the waist and highlights your curves the right way. Always make sure you look for wrap dresses that you can tie up on your upper waist and not your lower waist.
If you are wearing a maxi dress, then empire waisted maxi dresses are perfect for you. Draw attention to the smallest part of your body by wearing empire waisted maxi dresses that look great on your body. These dresses hold the smallest part of your upper body, right below the bust line, and flow down from there, making all pesky bulges disappear along with your style woes.
A shirt dress, as the name itself suggests, is a longer version of the button up shirt - collars, sleeves and all! The fit is loose and usually you have the option of a belt to add some structure. These dresses are a good option if you want to cut down your waist and hips. They also work perfectly within the office environment, paired with leggings!