Would You Wear Bodycon Dresses?

Origin shortening of body-conscious, body-con means a style of clothing characterized by very tight-fitting garments. From form-fitting dresses to bandage dresses, the body-con is definitely a huge trend for this spring. Since it is super sexy yet still overwhelmingly chic, Celebes such as Victoria Beckham and Kim Kardashian are all fans of body-con dresses. But how to wear? Will it be flattering? Read on and you are going to get inspirations for having you show off your curve in this season.

How to Wear Body-Con Dresses

Considering that body-con dresses might rise majority women fear of showing their shapes, below tips will be helpful.

1. Choose dark hue. Since body-con dresses are so form fitting, it would be better to select for a dark hue if you are not confident or afraid of showing your body shape. Black, gray, brown and deep red and purple are generally great color picks for body-con dresses. And Try tights under anything you feel is too short.
2. Go for proper accessories. Proper accessories are always helpful to create a fresh look. For ultra-chic looks, choose trendy heeled pumps and jewelry. While for modest looks, stay away from oversize accessories, pair with flats are able to keep the look balance.
3. Be Confident! The body-con dress is one of pieces that say for itself, so let it and your killer confidence be the focus of your look. And most of these dresses are flattering and smoothing out, you should definitely feel it ease and confident.

 

Would You Wear Body-con Dress?

Are you a fan of body-con dresses? How do you wear it then? Would you wear this trend this season if you have not try out yet? Be sure to leave a comment and let us know what you think!

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