Sundresses That Flatter Every Body Type
and tank tops may be summer staples, but there's one item that deserves heavy
rotation in your wardrobe. These three styles are sure to elicit a few whistles,
wows and exclamations of "Where did you get that?"
By Candace Braun Davison
June 10, 2013
can be the sartorial enemy of any tall woman: mini skirts look micro, maxi-skirts
look high-waterish. That's where the midi length comes in—it shows off long
legs without looking awkwardly short. Alternating thick and thin
stripes accentuates your curves, while the
thigh-high slit on the side plays up your modelesque legs.
$41 | Piperlime.com
don't need Michelle Obama arms to look stunning in this orange halter (though
if you do
have them, this is the
dress to wear). The skinny belt cinches your waist, creating an hourglass
the open neckline draws attention to your collarbones, making this
a delicate-yet-not-too-feminine pick for athletic builds.
$63 | Bloomingdales.com
the kind of dress made for the big, kiss-the-girl scene at the end
of a rom-com. The
bright poppy color is captivating, and the fit-and-flare style is universally
flattering. What really make this outfit shine, though, are the
cap sleeves. They add width to your top half, balancing out the voluminous
skirt and making your torso look oh-so tiny.
$40 | JCPenney.com
Printed from Oprah.com on Saturday, December 7, 2013
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