Party Dresses To Accentuate Your GOODIES!!

We all know the deal with body types and fashion, (I still cant seem to figure out what fruit I am??), so I will spare you the lecture of “dress for your type”.  We Often step into a fitting room with 10 different dresses and end up with maybe 2 (3 if you’re lucky). Not all dresses were made for all body types, and not all body types will look good with just about any dress. That is why I learned that its just as important to know what looks good on you and what accentuates the beauty of your body. Its really almost more important than learning what your style is. After all, what is the point of knowing what and how you like to dress if you cant dress in a way that compliments who you are?

Knowing what accentuates your goodies will

1- Save you time shopping (You will learn how to shop smart!)

2- Keep you cheerful (we have all sobbed over a beautiful dress that looked scary on us!)

3- Save you money! (You wont have to go through the ” I swear it looked good in the fitting room” episode!)


Short & Petite: Show off your compact build with pared-down design

Curvy: Accentuate your womanly shape with a belted cocktail number.

Full Bust: When you’ve got it, support it! Choose a fitted sheath with straps so that you can both show off your curves and wear a no-nonsense bra.

Tall: A long retro hemline is the ideal complement to a rangy frame.

Small Bust : Flaunt your A cups with the most daring neckline you can find!


Pear-Shaped : Fuller on bottom? Choose a ’50s-inspired design with a fitted bodice and an A-line skirt


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About AmOoNa

By no means do I ever try to pretend I know all there is about fashion, but isn’t that the beauty of it? Inspirations come to me daily, from people, colors, moods, photography, even children! As Coco Chanel once said “Fashion is everywhere … in the sky…” this is how i choose to live my life. We don’t need to be millionaires, we don’t need to always have the latest and most luxurious brands, but we will always need to feel beautiful. I believe in simplicity even with my most extravagant dress on. Less is sometimes more in my fashion eye. I love funky, I love colors, I love elegance, and I love class. Fashion is not something I do, it has become a part of who I am. This is me, and my life in the fashion lane…

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