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Whether you want to create the illusion of a smaller frame or celebrate your curves, we’ve got you covered (or uncovered).
Asymmetrical pleating and neckline-to-knee embellishments make this curve-hugging gown more slimming.
An empire waistline creates a lengthening effect while these fluttery chiffon sleeves act as the most ethereal cover up.
A lace illusion neckline is equal parts daring and demure, and it’s an especially slimming look when paired with a cummerbund-style waistline.
Minimize your waistline with design details that draw the eye inward (think bodycon seams, but with crystals).
A high neckline, sheath silhouette and slight train are the ultimate trio to help you look long and lean.
A dark colored sash is a simple way to make your middle look trim.
Intricate silver embroidery adds infinite allure but not a bit of bulk to a simple silhouette.
A scoop neckline shows off your voluptuous shape and lets you avoid a strapless bra!
A basque waistline enhances an hourglass figure. This modern, less severe interpretation gets it right.
Strategic draping on an unembellished gown can add drama and define curves.