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Bandage dresses
January 6, 2014, 3:02 pm

There’s nothing trendier this New Year than a bandage dress on a very enviable hourglass figure. So, if you have the figure, use these ideas to look va-va-voom.

Go strapless: Since you’ve got an enviable figure to flaunt, do so with élan by opting for a strapless or a one-shoulder bandage dress. Show off your perfect neckline and lean shoulders by accessorizing with a dainty diamond pendant and ooze confidence.

Hug your curves: A form-fitting, body hugging bandage dress is your type. So, ditch those fluid silhouettes and pick ones that define your curves dramatically. Dress as a fashionista in a black sequined bandage dress at the next party you attend and set the stage on fire.

Tri-tone bandage: Dress to kill in a tri-tone bandage dress as sported by many divas. Choose colors that flatter your skin type, and finish off the look with red hot lips to strike the right chord. 

Keep it short: Sass up your style statement by choosing a micro mini bandage dress. Complete your look with sky high heels and strut in style by putting your trendy foot forward as others gasp for breath.

Accessorize: Let your trendy dress do the talking for you. So, keep your accessories simple and subtle. Choose dainty earrings, pendants or bracelets that add a spark to your overall dressing.

Bandage chic skirts:  Since ruler shaped women have a straight figure with slight variations, choosing clothes that best suit your body type can be a tricky task. Bandage skirts hug your body’s curves, thereby creating an illusion of an hourglass figure. From color blocking to animal prints or the classic black leather ones, the choice when it comes to bandaging yourself is endless. Take your pick and team with the right kind of tops to rock n roll this party season. 

Don the look:  For a casual yet sophisticated take on bandage skirts, team your knee-length bandage skirt with an anti-fit, glittery top that falls a little below your hips. A top like this will cover the imperfections of the upper half of your body. To add oomph to your party look, team your mini bandage skirt with a chic top and go with peep toe shoes for a winning combination. You could also opt for horizontal striped bandage skirts as they create an illusion of curves. They go best with a ruffled top in the same color family to create a uniform look. The ruffles will also help to add volume to your lean arms and chest.

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