Young ladies come in different and beautiful shapes and sizes!
You could be tall or tiny, chubby or extra petite, but what if you’re tall and slim or short, slim with a big bust?
Instead of focusing on specific characteristics, we tell you which short Quinceanera dresses to get depending on what you’re looking to hide or flaunt!
FOR LONGER LEGS
If you want your legs to seem longer than they actually are try these styles:
A High Hemline Dress will trick the eye not knowing where your legs are, making you seem taller!
Asymmetrical hemlines are great to add a few extra inches to your height!
Vertical patterns will always elongate your legs, torso and body over-all!
FOR SMALLER WAIST
Whether you’re petite and want the attention on your tiny waist or want to flaunt a mermaid-style tummy, look for these:
A define waist dress will accentuate your middle curves and a flowy dress will always add volume to your bottom part.
A thick belt of piece of fabric around your waistline is key to recreate or highlight a waist. Just make sure the bottom part remains as dark if not darker!
Color block dresses are the most amazing creation! The best to wear for photo shoots too as they instantly make you look super slim.
TO SEEM TALLER
Fabrics and styles do the trick for longer torsos, take a look:
A sleek top paired up with an A Line skirt a few inches above the knee will highlight your gorgeous and now long legs.
Shead + an empire waist go a long way, literally!
A low-waisted dress will create the illusion of a longer and slimmer torso. If you’re small make sure to keep the length of the dress short yet classy to elongate your legs as well.
TO HIDE TUMMY
Honey, there is no need to hunch! Try these designs instead:
Make peplum style your best friend! Whether it is for tops, dresses or skirts, this is a trend to adopt!
Lace, crochet and patterns are tricky. As long as you stay away from circular patterns and vertical lines you’ll be fine. See how gorgeous this style looks?
Practically stealing all the attention from the tummy!
A twist front is a must when wanting to distract the eye and creating the illusion of curves and even a waist!