Its all about the body-con outfits, a few year s back when the body-con dress hit the stores, they were in form of bandages made from a thick fabric which was hard to navigate in but as usual women figured why the hell not, fashion is pain so it doesn’t matter how stressful the fabric was what everyone cared about was how hot they looked in a dress.
After a while only the brave one’s could attempt to wear the body-con dress. Today, things are different, now we have cool cotton and polyester fabrics that are soft and smooth on the skin, they are not sewn too tightly, you can certainly navigate through without any problems.
Now that designers have sorted the body-con outfit out, whats next is how to style it, Below are 6 pictures and 6 different ways you can style the body-con outfit:
Rock a plain body con dress, pair with a bright coat for that va va voom effect.
If you love the single toned dress but are not too kin on their simplicity, a gold shoulder mid-length dress would suffice, simply pair with the right accessories.
Rather than going for the simple plain colored body-con outfits, a dual print knit with shimmer paired with a simple sandal heel would do you justice.
Rock your body-con dress in a clean stream-lined silhouette, add a bit of drama by completing the look with animal print heels.
A suede body -con dress with dazzle is glitzy, pair with a simple heel and you are good to go.
Its not all about the dresses, sometimes a body con skirt paired with a tee shirt and killer suede pair of heels is just what the doctor ordered.
Contrary to popular belief, styling the body-con outfit is not as time consuming or stressful as a lot of women have thought, styling it is even easier than you would imagine and that’s why the above pictures are here to inspire you.
Cotton fabric and Thick scuba fabric (Bandages), which fabric would you buy if you were giving the option to choose? Share with us in the comment section below.
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