IÂ think I’m in love… with this Adrianna Papell gray jersey dress.Â It’s the perfect dress for the hourglass or triangle body type because it follows the curves yet doesn’t make you feel like you’re showing off too much. The jersey fabric and detailing are just perfect.Â The wide neckline adds a bit of shimmer
I love the bootcut style because its great for balancing the hips and shoulders and looks good on most silhouettes. But, I’m a little tired of the bootcut and have been looking for a straighter, cleaner version but still with the same balancing properties.Â Enter the “slim bootcut” — and all I have to say
You have a spring luncheon that you’re going to be attending this weekend that is more on the casual side. What to wear? A yellow Catherine Malandrino flutter sleeve knit is the perfect spring top. The V-neck pointelle top features solid banding throughout and a rolled edge at the cuffs. It works really well for
Here’s a quick recipe for an outfit that keeps you stylish and warm when you want to wear a skirt. This fall look pulls together the gray and violet trend with a pop of unexpected color and is easy to put together in little time. First, find a cute skirt that hits at the knees.
You and your closest friends have planned a birthday dinner downtown for one of your best gal pals this weekend. You usually wear a nice dress for these sort of occasions, but this time around you want to try a pair of jeans and a sexy top instead. You have an hourglass silhouette and just
After working with hundreds of women, I have discovered that most of us fall into one of four body type categories…and there are certain styles and designers that work for some and not others! Last year, Wardrobe 911 conducted a body type survey in which over 100 women responded with their measurements and perceptions. Combined
While many of us feel that the hourglass shape is perfect, it’s actually a tough silhouette to dress because it’s really easy to look “fat” if you have a large bust and are wearing a top that doesn’t nip in at the waist.Â There’s also a fine line the hourglass gal needs to walk in