Fitted bodice through the waist and flows out to the ground, resembling the outline of an uppercase “A.” Ideal for all body types.
Fitted through the body and flairs mid-thigh. The cut is between a modified a-line and a mermaid cut. Ideal for frames with small waists, including petites. Tends to accentuate the stomach and hip area.
The “fairy tale” dress, with a fitted bodice, flairs at the waist with a full skirt. Ideal for most body types. Not good for petites; the skirt can be overwhelming on a small frame.
Fitted on the body from the chest to the knee, then flares out close to the knee. Ideal for slender frames and hourglass body types who are willing to show off their curves.
Narrow shape that flows straight down from the neckline to the hem. Ideal for lean frames, such as petites and bananas. Also good on hourglasses who are willing to show off their curves.
The empire silhouette is predominantly defined by its waistline, which is positioned directly beneath the bust, where it meets the skirt.
The skirt of empire line dresses either follows the same lines as a sheath skirt, cascading softly to the ground; or an A-line skirt, gradually flaring away from the body, starting right under the bust.
Fitted through the body and flairs mid-thigh. The cut is between a modified a-line and a mermaid cut. Ideal for frames with small waists, such as the hourglass, and petites.
Skirt falls in between the ankle and the knee. Ideal for all body types.