How to dress if you're... curvy
Left to right: Lipstick Boutique Aleisha Dress in Black, ¬£65; Fount Bodycon Sheer Sleeve Dress, ¬£42; Bourne Elissa Dress in Coral, ¬£240.
If you're worried about your upper arms then go for a dress with lace or sheer sleeves. A longer-length sleeve is perfect for showing off a hint of sexy skin without making you feel self-conscious and the SS13-friendly lace and sheer trend is going nowhere next season.Left to right: Lipstick Boutique Claudia Dress in Monochrome, ¬£70; Lipstick Boutique Romana Dress in Navy, ¬£70; Lipstick Boutique Arabella Dress, ¬£68. An embellished or detailed neckline is a good choice for curvy body shapes as it will draw the focus upwards and away from your middle, accentuating your chest and womanly outline. Add a pair of killer heels to stretch out your frame and you're golden! Left to right: Gorgeous Couture Gilly Maxi Dress in Black, ¬£238; Elliot Claire Lori Evening Dress in Black, ¬£225; Gorgeous Couture Amelia Maxi Dress in Black, ¬£232. We all know the body-whittling qualities of a good black dress and at Team LBD we believe you can never have too much of a good thing. Opt for a full-length black evening dress for your next event and you'll elongate your figure as well as skimming over and smoothing out any lumps and bumps. Could this be the perfect dress for curvy women? Shop all dresses for curvy body shapes here.