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Dresses - Silhouette


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Dresses - Silhouette
Different Types of Dresses

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Dresses - Silhouette

  1. 1. A sheath dress is a type of dress designed to fit close to the body, relatively unadorned. Unlike many cocktail dresses and the longer ballroom dress, a sheath dress typically falls around the knees or lower thighs.
  2. 2. Drop-waist dresses typically fit loosely from shoulder to hip, transitioning into a pleated or gathered skirt at the hip, rather than the natural waistline.
  3. 3. A shift dress is a short dress that lacks detailed shaping. Usually sleeveless, these dresses can be plain or feature A-line skirts or empire waists.
  4. 4. A bodycon dress is a one-piece figure hugging garment that clings tightly to the body from the bust to the lower hem. It typically has three lengths: upper thigh, mid thigh or knee.
  5. 5. A LINE DRESS A dress silhouette that is narrower at the top, flaring gently wider toward the bottom thereby resembling the letter A.
  6. 6. A dress having a drawstring, belt, or similar closing, at or below the waist, which gives it a blouse shape.
  7. 7. FIT & FLARE DRESS A dress which is fit at the waist and has a huge flare just after the belt.
  8. 8. A dress which is narrower at the top but flares below the waistline.