How to choose the dress that suits you?

How to choose the dress that suits you?

How to choose the dress that suits you?

The essence of a dress is actually a single item that has already been matched for us, so we should raise our eyes when choosing it.

Today Pan wants to talk to you about how to choose a dress that suits you, is timeless, versatile, and can be used in the most occasions.

Yes, today is to talk about how to choose your own universal dress.

  1. Extra points: classification of dresses
    As a single item of “upper and lower body matching”, dresses can also be divided into different types.

According to the style, dresses are nothing more than one-piece umbrella skirts, one-piece flared skirts, one-step dresses, shift dresses, windbreaker dresses and maxi dresses.

According to the style classification, Pan believes that dresses can be divided into five styles: “feminine”, “intellectual”, “lady style”, “girly style” and “minimalist style”.

Similar to the various retro dresses worn by Emma in “La La Land” and the one-step dresses that are common in European and American styles, they are all “feminine” dresses that mainly show feminine beauty, with shoulders, necks, chest and waist lines. The emphasis is emphasized by the tailoring design.

The windbreaker skirt is a typical dress that mainly shows “intellectual beauty” and “temperament beauty”. In addition, some wrap skirts on the upper body also reflect a mature and intellectual feeling.

The “lady-style” dresses are more common in Japanese brands. They are characterized by subtlety, gentleness, and generosity. Mid-length skirts are mainly:

The short “skating skirt” with tight top and loose bottom can be said to be the representative of “girly” dresses. At the same time, many shirt skirts are also full of girlish feelings, sweet, youthful and energetic.

The most common styles of “minimalist” dresses are this straight up and down shirt dress and T-shirt dress:

There are almost no curves, and the emphasis is on the overall tailoring and fabric lines of the skirt, and even the waistline that is the most important thing in most dresses is dispensable.

This is also the style that most boys are least interested in. Anyway, every time I wear this type of dress, most of the comments I get from straight men in my family are: You look like a wooden barrel today.

Among the four styles of dresses, the most versatile, most used and most practical styles are still the first three, “feminine”, “intellectual style” and “lady style”, no matter which one needs to wear a dress Occasion or style, you can’t go wrong with these three styles of skirts.

But style is only the plus point of a dress, that is to say, when a dress is already suitable, it is the last factor to be considered when deciding whether to buy it or not.

So, what are those details that determine whether a dress is suitable for us?

  1. Decision item: four details
    How we often choose the number of dresses is determined by the body shape, right? You should have seen it more than ten times.

What types of dresses are suitable for H-type (rectangular), X-type (hourglass-shaped), O-type (apple-shaped), A-type (pear-shaped), and Y-shaped (inverted triangle) figures:
This kind of classification is very scientific, otherwise it would not have been spread for so many years and spread so widely, black, white and yellow people from east, west, north and south use this set, after all, women’s bodies only have such characteristics.

But you may have some doubts, such as “I’m apple-shaped but my shoulders are narrow”, “I’m pear-shaped but my shoulders are wide”, “I’m rectangular but I have a little waist”, etc., Pan will close in the background I’ve been there… how should I put it, only a hundred or two hundred times.
So Pan briefly summed up some of the four details that he observed that affect the choice of dresses, hoping to help everyone

  1. Bust and waistline position
    First of all, I believe that everyone agrees that only a dress with a flat chest and no waistline can wear the style and taste it deserves:

Big breasts will push the upper body of all dresses high. If there is no waistline retracted, it will be as high as the skirt, and then it will become a kind-hearted aunt’s nightdress for enjoying the cool:

Therefore, as long as girls with obvious breasts need a dress with a decent waist, this is irrefutable.

Pan would suggest that girls with big breasts choose a dress with a slightly lower waistline, which leaves enough room for the chest and abdomen without appearing bloated on the upper body:

But this so-called “lower”, don’t go to the crotch! It will make people look fat and short, and the waistline should be at the thinnest part of the waist and above the navel.

As for girls with smaller breasts, if you don’t mind the flatness like Pan, it doesn’t matter at all. Let it be where you want your waistline to be. We can wear it with or without breasts.

Girls who are more concerned about the chest looking too open and without curves can choose a dress with t

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