We know what you’re thinking.
You so want to wear the ultra glamorous bodycon dress, but the thought of figure hugging dress probably infuse fear in your mind. But the truth is, bodycon dresses actually suck you in, making you look slimmer. They are figure flattering, creating an illusion of a perfect hour glass figure. So be fearless, as the Bodycon dresses are meant for you too!
Bodycon dress is the most sought after fashion trend flaunted on the runway, the red carpet and most happening night clubs. And now it’s also making its way to the workplace! We all know that it is worn to highlight your figure, rather hide it. So pick any of the following bodycon patterns and sizzle in style.
Red Haute Bodycon
A red bodycon dress is more than enough to make you look ultra glamorous. We recommend you to go with long sleeves as it strikes a right balance between being classy and sassy ; )
Bandage Bodycon Dress
Stepping out for a party looking like an Egyptian princess in a bandage bodycon dress is a great way to flaunt the right parts of your body by playing with proportions. A bandage dress looks like your second skin and tends to boost your confidence.
You cannot, not get noticed in a tube bodycon dress. A great sweet heart neck tube dress is perfect way to show off your collarbone and shoulders. It draws attention to your upper body. We suggest you, not to wear any neck piece. Instead just wear stylish danglers.
Work it up
Classic black bodycon dress is edgy and spells POWER. It makes you look like a bold intelligent lady who knows it all. Team it up with a semi formal jacket and nerdy spectacles for a business meeting or for your Friday ensemble.
A few tips before we pen up… Pick your pairings wisely. Sky high heels and pumps will add to the glam quotient. Keep it minimalistic – a statement neckpiece or standout earrings and a cuff bracelet is more than enough. Match it with a chic and neat envelope clutch.
A Bodycon dress really puts your body on display, so make sure that you pull it off with class and confidence.
See ya next time!