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Figure Flattering Trends For Every Shape

The color blocking trend is in full effect and here are examples that can flatter every shape.


Eva Longoria gave her 5’2″ frame the look of length with a high-waist Victoria Beckham shift. In contrast with the plum bodice, the bright persimmon skirt gave her lower half a long and leggy line.


5’10” Liv Tyler chose a Stella McCartney sheath with silhouette-extending vertical panels. A high neckline and below-the-knee hem were proportionate with her height, while the curved side seams made her waist look miniscule.


Beyonce worked it Mad Men-style in a fitted Marc Jacobs sheath seamed at the narrowest point on her torso. Those of us without her perfect measurements can camouflage a larger lower half with a dark-skirted dress.
Teresa Palmer amped up her upper body in a cheeky Versus number with a pieced top. Both the curvy cutout bodice and the contrasting orange and fuchsia hues created the illusion of a fuller chest.