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Maybe you should avoid strapless dresses, or anything too voluminous on top. To balance your shape I would suggest a full-skirted dress, that would look so lovely on you, but most importantly just worry about it being YOU, not someone else ;) You’ll look great, you’ll seeposted over 5 years ago
I’d def show some leg!
also highlighting the waist is never bad, gives an illusion of shape even when you think you don’t have a waist.
I have a similar shape problem as you…here are some dress styles that may look nice…
Hope these help :)posted over 5 years ago
Agree with the others! definitely wear something that will show off your legs. Define your waist but wearing a dress that is tight in the middle or wear a high waisted belt. You can balance the top half of your body by wearing a full skirted dress which flares out, or a dress that has details on the bottom and is relatively plain on top. Tops/dresses with v-necks are good if you are busty, and it’s also good if the straps of your dress and relatively thin- i’m busty and i’ve noticed that if I wear tank tops which thick straps that end at my shoulder they can make my arms/bust look bigger. Tops which are lower cut (not high necked) are flattering too. Hope that helps a bit!posted over 5 years ago
maybe something like this…
or if this link does not work, go to topshop.com and search: Christelle Dress by Jones and Jones
it also comes in white :) it gives you that vintage feel and excentuates your tiny waist, while showing off your legs. and the full skirt will give you a nice balance if you’re on the bustier side. also on there,they have a petite section that you would like possiblyposted over 5 years ago
Try a dress with an empire waist, or one that is belted. You may want to look at online vintage stores or eBay, they offer a wide variety of cuts and many vintage dresses allow for a curvy build!posted over 5 years ago