Use these tips to identify your body shape and find the most flattering fit.
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Little definition between bust, waist and hip measurements.
Fitted sheaths and classic shifts work well with your shape, while an Empire waist or simple A-line skirt help to create some curves. One-shoulder styles ensure a dramatic silhouette.
Fuller at the hips and rear, and smaller on top.
Dresses with fitted open-neck or strapless tops enhance your upper body and draw the eye up, while full or A-line skirts help hide wider hips. An Empire waist marks the smallest point of your figure, distracting from everything else.
Curvaceous, with full bust, defined waist and full hips.
Wraps, knit dresses and classic sheaths with fitted waists enhance your classically feminine form. Look for adjustable-waist styles for the best fit.
Narrowest point is above the natural waist, at the ribs.
Empire waists draw the eye up, taking attention away from the middle and allowing a looser fit. Neck details also bring the focus up, while full skirts and A-line shifts create an hourglass illusion.
Bust measurement is fuller than hips and rear.
Classic V-neck wraps and halter styles draw the eye downward for a slimming effect. A-line styles, full skirts and details at the hem help balance out the bottom half.
How to Measure
To get an accurate body measurement, always keep the tape parallel to the floor when measuring. Wear undergarments only; do not measure over clothing. Once you know your body measurements, consult the Size Charts and Fit Tips on the product pages to determine which size you should purchase.