What Are You? Sexy Hour Glass Or Sweet & Petite, Whatever Your Shape, Check Out Our Pick Of Flattering Summer Dresses Just For You!

The summer dress often becomes the one item in our closets that gets the most mileage. It brings us from afternoon outings to evening soirées, and maybe — in some cases — all the way back to work again the next morning.

So, we don&#39t mean to apply the pressure, but finding the right one matters, Which is why we put together a simple guide to selecting the frock shape that best fits your frame. Ahead, meet your sartorial match that&#39ll complement you so well, you&#39ll spend the season together in love.

Short Legs — If you&#39re hoping to fake legs for days, the trick is to pick up the hem. A short shift dress that doesn&#39t cling to your frame will help hide the line of your hips — and therefore, make your legs look inches longer.

Busty — Vertical prints are golden for minimizing a fuller bust. However, a lady like shape will also cinch your midsection so that the dress will fit perfectly over all your proportions — not just the largest one. Also, be mindful of your straps: Pick a dress that allows for you to still wear your most supportive bras.

Hourglass — Peekaboo cutouts can be tricky, but not so much for you, hourglass. Accent your little middle with these side slits, which will show off all your natural curves. In case you&#39re cautious of being a little too risqué, go for a maxi length that&#39s sexy but not overly so.

Petite & Compact — Because of your smaller stature, you may have to be cautious of embellishments and fabric details that swallow you up. So, skip the frills and pick a dress with a serious eye-catching print instead. This linear tropical option with a short hem will also help create an elongated line on your petite frame.

The Pear — To best flatter your derrière, opt for flared skirts with a bit of movement, instead of too-tight body-cons. You&#39ll feel comfortable and balance the overall proportions of your frame. Plus, this fitted halter will also instantly draw eyes up, instead of soley focusing on you-know-where.

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