Help finding a dress 4 sons girlfriends deb.
Hi i'm a 40 year old plus size lady. I need help to find a nice dress for my son's girlfriends deb. My son is her partner for the deb. I'm doing the special dance with my son. I have no idea what to wear that will make me look & feel slimmer. I'm a size 18 -20 Australian i'm about inches tall. I have no shape my stomach thighs & bum are my biggest problem. So please if you can help me find a nice dress that's just below knee length I would be very grateful.
Kind Regards Nicole.
Layered, wrap, or tiered dresses look amazing on somewhat bigger ladies. Don't stick to black, either! Deep reds, and other gem toned colors are super flattering as well. Make sure there is some sort of figure to the dress, so it doesn't look like a box. Another hint is to look for a dress that ends right above the knee. A-lines are also flattering. Here's one that I found (I don't think it's in stock anymore, but it gives you a pretty good idea of what to look for)
http://www.avenue.com/womens/plus-size/ … omens.html
Hope this helps!
Don't worry about ur size,
Just wearing a fitted dress that will make you look good.
Since your stomach thighs and bum are the issue, you can try the empire waist dress. Maybe long style is better.
Come to www.instylegirls.co.uk to have a look. There is a list of plus size dress.
Maybe you can find a suitable one from this list.
If the time is enough, choose the custom dress to make it more fitted.
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