We were at Jigsaw (one of our favorite stores), prepping for upcoming styling sessions with clients, and selected three simple but standout dresses. What do they all have in common? They're all super versatile solids, they transition seamlessly from day (with boots and a jacket) to night (with heels and a killer necklace), and each flatters a specific body type. And if you didn't know, a great dress is a phenomenal way to play up your assets, so you keep the attention where YOU want it. Don't see your body below? Contact us! We'd love to help you find your perfect fit.
Curves - you've got them, so show them off. A hint of stretch ensures this navy stunner will hug you in all the right places, but still provides enough structure so you don't feel over exposed. The draping up top provides ample coverage - the girls are still there, but not on display. And the seam at the waist dips lower in the back, which subtly highlights your ass-ets.
Ava Dress in Navy, $298.
If you're looking to add curves, a waist defining seam and tucks and pleats are what you need. And in case you didn't know - a 3/4 sleeve also helps define your waist, since it brings the eye right there. Wear this versatile burgundy number to work, then to back-to-school night, and afterward to a late dinner with your hubby (the baby-sitter can wait).
Ponte Tuck-front Dress in Wine, $198.
Smaller on top and bigger on bottom? A stretch fabric and seamed bodice highlight your slim upper half, while a fuller skirt skims over your hips and flatters those fabulous gams. If you're used to pencil skirts - try this pseudo circle skirt and feel how comfortable a little legroom can be. And yes - navy transitions just as easily from day to night as black, and is so much more flattering.
Ponte Tea Dress in Navy, $215.