Dresses are essential in any woman’s wardrobe, especially in summer when high temperatures invite you to wear cooler looks. It is also about versatile options that can give rise to numerous outfits, but it must be borne in mind that not all girls look good in all types of dresses.
Today we propose different styles of dresses so that you can discover which are the most appropriate according to the physiognomy of your body. But don’t worry; you will surely find your ideal garment because, in the market, all kinds of dresses are available.
A nomenclature classifies the different body types based on physical characteristics in the fashion and design industry. Based on morphological studies and the garments themselves, it has been determined what patterns, cuts, and details, for example, the dresses.
The following dresses adapt better or worse to body types. We insist it is a general classification, a way of generalizing trends that should offer a global idea so that the dress you look most comfortable in also depends on other factors.
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These garments include a pattern that does not fit the body, and their idea is to divert attention from the body itself. Its simple figure is completed with details in embroidery or appliqués. As for the neckline and patterns, you can find them with varied proposals.
There are numerous options of straight-cut dresses available. An example is the long black print dress with flowers and ruffles or the short print with flowers and trimmings.
They are called blushes because they try a design similar to the blouses in the lower and upper parts but separate both areas with a tight cut. Many emphasize the waist area with volume, but others maintain a straighter cut without paying attention to any body part.
They are similar to the blouses but reproduce the aesthetics and patterns of the shirts. The idea is to achieve informal looks with garments that adapt to the shape and characteristics of a dress that does not fit the body.
You will find various garments with this cut, such as the short shirt with treads or the long shirt with a belt.
This typology is reproduced collection after collection with different modifications. Its design enhances the chest area with a tight pattern and a loose lower area with ruffles or pleats. It is a dress more associated with formal outfits and even bridal fashion.
These bear some similarities with the empire cut, but in the upper area, the pattern starts in the middle of the chest, allowing for enhancement of the shoulders and neckline area. Their impact capacity is usually reinforced with prints, embroideries, or colored appliqués.
Here we find garments that completely fit the body. They are designed to emphasize any part of the figure. They do not hide any detail but reinforce and provide volume, especially in the chest, abdomen, or hips.
This cut includes a looser style in the skirt and a straighter cut in the bust. The objective is to establish the game of volumes in the abdomen area and achieve an effect that marks the waist.
The long light blue striped dress with multicolor print available in our store responds to this cut, as well as the short light blue striped dress with pink embroidery or the one with black and white horizontal stripes embroidered with trimmings.
Once the different cuts of dresses are known, the big question arises, which dresses are the most flattering for each type of body?
Triangular or pear figure
This physiognomy is characterized by shoulders that are narrower than the hips and a well-defined waist, as well as a small bust and legs that tend to store fat. In this case, dresses with a V cut that highlights the upper part of the chest and those with a straight cut are the most appropriate.
Round or apple-shaped figure
These women do not have a very marked waist, but they have a certain volume in the central area of the body. In addition, the legs are usually thinner, and the shoulders are round. If that’s your body type, Anvisha suggests you wear empire-line dresses.
Shoulders, waist, and hips draw a straight line. They are well-proportioned bodies in which tight-fitting dresses at the top and with a lot of volume from the waist feel good. A blue degraded cross jean from our catalog is a good example.
These bodies present a very aesthetic balance between the hips, waist, and chest. Ideally, choose designs that fit well at the waist.
Here the shoulders are wider than the hips, and the legs are slender. There is also volume in the pectoral area. The evasé dresses, like the long fascia print with a cut below the bust, help reinforce those physical characteristics.
As you can see, many types of dresses and cuts can be adapted to the shape of your body. Beyond finding the one that best suits your figure, it is essential to feel comfortable and beautiful when wearing them.