Asked by Anonymous
An A-Line silhouette is universally flattering and the full skirt makes your waist look tiny. Soft draping or ruching around the waist and hips can also help to camouflage the areas we tend to get sensitive about. A tea length dress is also a flattering silhouette and the proportion tends to look great on girls who aren’t a stick figure.
I definitely don’t recommend a strapless neckline - I tend to get annoyed by the constant fight with gravity so I’d say that to an A-cup, but girls with larger breasts will feel like they’re overflowing all day. If you do choose strapless, go with an A-line or long form bra. They’re amazing. Cap sleeves or wide straps are the best way to go!
Whatever style you choose, the right fit is the most important. Buy a size or two up and find a seamstress with great recommendations to alter and fit the dress to you.
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