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Types Of Dress All Women Should Know

When it comes to finding a dress to wear on a night out, the options are endless. Certain outfits flatter certain body types, weather and occasions, so it can be overwhelming to try and tackle the choices alone. Here is your guide to all dress types, for any occasion.

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1. Midi Dress

Sitting between a maxi and a mini dress, the midi is what everyone needs for the times when you’re unsure of the formality of an event. This style can have any neckline or sleeve length, so it’s great for any body shape. Pull-on tights and ankle boots for a perfect winter look, or grab a pair of flats and a cute straw hat and have a stylish picnic!

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Midi Dress

2. Off the Shoulder

Take the plunge and keep your shoulders exposed in an off-the-shoulder dress. These dresses showcase your shoulders, while maintaining a sleeve or ruffle on the bicep. The off-shoulder style is great for those who want to exhibit their shoulders and arms but don’t want the commitment of a strapless look.

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Off The Shoulder Dress

3. Shift Dress

The shift dress was a massive trend in the early 1960s and has a simple, boxy shape. It is a short and typically sleeveless dress that hangs from the shoulders. It’s ideal for those who have a lean, column-esque body shape, as they appear straight. You can style this dress with a mid-length duster jacket and a pair of slingback heels or even knee-high boots, to give it that real ‘60s flair! This shape is the ideal blank canvas for color blocking or print detail.

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Shift Dress

4. Bodycon Dress

The bodycon is a tight-fitting dress that hugs your figure and accentuates your assets. They’re often made of stretchy material and are perfect for a night out on the town. This dress is ideal for those with an hourglass figure, as it flatters the beautiful curves!

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5. A-Line Dress

An A-line dress fits at the hips and gradually flares out towards the hem, which makes the dress look like an “A” shape. It is perfect for a casual setting, and you can dress it up or down with ease. This style is best suited for pear-shaped bodies, as it shows off your lovely shoulders and adds a feminine touch to your lower half.

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A Line Dress

6. Mini Dress

The scandal broke loose in 1965 when model Jean Shrimpton wore a mini shift dress to the Melbourne Cup, showcasing her bare legs and hat-free head to the world. Nowadays, mini dresses are far more mini and far less scandalous, and they’re a great way to capture attention and showcase your pins! This dress is ideal for anyone who wants to put emphasis on their legs and make the world stop and turn! If you’ve got it, flaunt it!

Mini Dress

7. Maxi Dress

Spend the day at the beach or by the pool in a relaxing in the effortless maxi dress. This style is suited best for a more casual setting; however, the fabric hits the floor (or at least your ankles), giving the impression that you’re dressed up. Make the perfect lazy outfit by adding sandals and long-hanging jewelry into the mix, and everyone will wish they were as stylish and comfy as you are!

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Maxi Dress

8. Wrap Dress

The wrap dress features a front closure by wrapping one side of the dress across the other and tying the fabric at the waist or back. Often seen by the likes of Kate Middleton, this style has a classic silhouette that is perfect for athletic body shapes, as it creates the illusion of an hourglass figure, even if you don’t have one naturally.

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Wrap Dress

9. Halter Dress

A halter dress is ideal for summer. Featuring a strapless or sleeveless upper half, with a tie around the neck. Some halter necks don’t have a bow but fabric secured around the neck. This style of dress is most flattering for those who wish to show off their ample shoulders.

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Halter Neck

10. High-Low Dress

high-low dress is a form of asymmetrical dress. They are typically longer at the back, and shorter at the front. This shape works with casual dresses as well as the ballgowns. It is the perfect style for anyone who wants to show off their sexy pins, and they’re best paired with high heels or platforms, so the back of the dress doesn’t drag on the floor.

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High Low Dress

11. Sheath Dress

A sheath dress is form-fitting, it has a straight cut and is nipped at the waistline, with no visible seam. It sits at the knee or just above and is ideal for a business event or a night out. This dress style is perfect for those who want to put their gorgeous curves in the spotlight, as it flatters those with an hourglass figure.

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Sheath Dress

12. Peplum Dress

For those who love a playful style, a peplum dress is perfect. The detail can be below the waist, under the bust, at the hips, or around the neck or shoulders. The fit and flare silhouette of the peplum shape has its origins from Greek antiquity. For a day to night look, you can swap flats for a pair of hot heels, adding height to your figure, making your legs look super long and your waist nipped in and tiny.

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13. Sweater Dress

Keep it casual with a sweater dress! This dress is knitted, it can be form-fitting or loose, and it comes in different lengths. It is perfect for all body types as there are so many different silhouettes. You can pair it with thigh-high boots to keep your pins warm, or add a sneaker for a fresh casual look!

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14. Pencil Dress

If you’re heading out somewhere and you’re trying to impress someone, the pencil dress is the one for you! Named after the pencil shape, a pencil dress is typically nipped in at the waist, with a hem that hits below the knee and has no frills or flounce. This silhouette is great for a little black dress or a go-to for a date night. You can switch things up a bit by opting for a plunging neckline or keep it fresh and sexy with a turtleneck.

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Pencil Dress

15. Shirt Dress

Keep it cool and casual with a shirt dress. Defined as a loose-fitting dress, it features a shirt collar and a button-down front. This style comes in different lengths, and sometimes has a nipped in waist. The focal point of a shirt dress is the collar and button-down front. It’s super easy to dress up or down, grab some chunky ankle boots or sneakers and you’ll be ready for a night out or a night at the beach!

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Shirt Dress

16. Slip Dress

Unleash your inner grunge girl with a slip dress. You would typically wear this style as an undergarment; it is usually satin, with a V-neck line, spaghetti straps, and lace. You can dress it up or down with a pair of barely-there heels or chunky boots. Keep it casual by pairing this dress with a basic T-shirt or a white shirt underneath, to give it that real ‘90s feel!

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Slip Dress

17. Smock Dress

A smock dress is a gorgeous go-to for anyone in a rush! Super comfy to wear, a smock dress is usually loose-fitting. It can have long sleeves or be strapless, so it’s super versatile. Dress it up or down with a leather jacket and cute ankle boots for a perfect transitional outfit!

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Smock Dress

18. Ballgown

Be the belle of the ball with a ballgown! It is a formal dress that hits the floor, it is perfect for a fancy event such as a black tie dress code premier or a ball. This style comes in many different forms, from a princess silhouette, with a prominent pouffy skirt, all the way to the mermaid silhouette. A ball gown is a dress to wear when you’re ready to make a real entrance, and wow the whole room!

Strapless Dress

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19. Mermaid Silhouette Dress

A style of a ballgown, the mermaid silhouette is the perfect dress for a black tie occasion. As the name suggests, the mermaid dress is long and straight from the top all the way to the middle of the thigh or calf, where it flares out into a wide skirt, as a mermaid’s tail would. If you have an hourglass or pear-shaped figure, opt for the tight-fitting silhouette. For column-esque bodies, you can go for a profile that’s a bit looser on the waist and hips.

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Mermaid Gown

20. T-shirt Dress

The ultimate casual dress, the T-Shirt dress is the one that you can go for when you’re stepping out to brunch or the movies. Much like a regular T-shirt, the round neck and loose-fitting silhouette sit just above the knee. Of course, you can also find a T-shirt dress with a pencil skirt silhouette, but the focus is on the T-shirt neckline. This look is perfect for any body type, so get creative, as this dress is a real blank canvas for any season!

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Tshirt Dress

21. Tea Length Dress

This classic style has its modern origins from Edwardian times when fabric became lighter which made it popular to wear indoors, around friends, often while drinking tea. This silhouette has a full circle skirt that hits at the mid-calf. A vintage-inspired silhouette, a tea length dress is perfect for those who are on their way to a semi-formal event or wish to add some classical Hollywood drama into their outfit. Pair it with cute flats or classic low heel pumps for a full Audrey-inspired get up.

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Tea Length

22. Cocktail Dress

As the name suggests, a cocktail dress is a choice for a schmaltzy party or drinks at the bar. A cocktail dress is a blend of formal and casual, it hits just at the knee and is perfect for cocktail dress code events. This is a versatile dress, with different necklines and silhouettes, so you can find the ideal dress to suit you.

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Cocktail Dress 1

23. Denim Dress

When you’re not in the mood to squeeze into your jeans, slip on a cute denim dress! Just as the name suggests: this type of dress is made of denim. They come in a wide range of styles, with long sleeves and a button-down front, or a pinafore with pockets. This casual-cool style is effortless, chic, and suitable for many occasions.

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Denim Dress 2

24. Pinafore Dress

A pinafore dress is a collarless, strapless dress with medium-sized straps on the shoulder. You can wear it with a shirt or a turtleneck underneath. This cute little dress is a great way to showcase your figure without having to squeeze into something too tight!

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Pinafore Dress

25. Bardot Dress

Named after the blonde bombshell, Bridgette Bardot, this dress radiates decadence and sophistication. With an off-the-shoulder motif, these dresses are complete with a sleeve that sits just below the shoulders, giving you the impression that you’ve slipped the sleeves off just a little!

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Bardot Dress

26. Tube Dress

If you’re ready to make an entrance while making an impact, show off your assets in a tube dress! Tight, form-fitting, and strapless. This dress is the ideal style for summer nights when you want to look sexy and seductive, without compromising on keeping yourself cool. This dress is great for all body types, as the figure-hugging silhouette amplifies your best features!

Tube Dress

27. Qipao Dress

This traditional Chinese dress dates all the way back to the 17th century during the Manchu rule. Stunning in design, the Qipao features a high neck and a straight skirt. Traditionally made of silk, they are complete with delicate embroidery. The modern Qipao became popular in the West in the 1920s, and features a high slit on one or both legs, with a variety of different sleeve types. This dress is a stunning glimpse into the intricate and awe-inspiring Chinese culture.

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Qipao 2

28. Long Sleeve Dress

For those chilly winter nights, opt for a dress with long sleeves. This style is not only a smart choice for freezing nights, but they’re also incredibly sexy and alluring. Long-sleeved dresses come in a range of different silhouettes, so no matter what style you’re after, whether it be a bodycon, ballgown or a midi dress, there is something perfect for you! These dresses are ideal for those who wish to keep their arms covered.

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Maxi Dress

29. Bell-Sleeve Dress

A bell-sleeve dress identifies itself with the sleeve ending at the mid-forearm or wrist, with a flare flowing down towards your hands. The sleeve is shaped like a bell, hence the name. These dresses come in different silhouettes, but the focal point is the sleeves.

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Bell Sleeve

30. Strapless Dress

Show off those gorgeous shoulders with the help of a strapless dress. The first modern strapless dress is said to have originated in the 1930s by designer, Mainbocher. As the name suggests, this style has no sleeves or straps, and it sits just above the bust, relying on your body’s contour to keep up. If you don’t feel like showing skin, you can always rock these dresses with a T-shirt underneath or a skivvy.

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Strapless Dress

31. Blazer Dress

The blazer dress is the perfect ensemble to wear when you need to talk business, but have fun at the same time! These dresses look like a blazer, but they are worn as a dress. The style is typically double-breasted, giving the appearance that you’re wearing a men’s blazer. It’s versatile and perfect for any season, so rock it with low rise sneakers of a pair of ankle boots.

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Blazer Dress 1

32. Empire Waist Dress

The empire waist dates all the way back to the 18th century. The dress gathers under the bust at the slimmest part of the torso, creating a flattering effect.  If you’re smaller on the top part of your body, this dress will pinch the top of your abdomen and flare at the bottom. It’s perfect for petite girls, as it elongates bottom half giving the appearance of wickedly long legs.

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33. Sun Dress

Catch those rays and wow everyone in a sundress. This garment is best worn in the warmer months, as it’s loose-fitting with spaghetti straps and a wide neckline. These dresses are often tighter around the waist and have a fuller skirt. Sundresses are soft, light, and feminine, best seen in a stunning floral pattern or pastel color.

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Sun Dress

34. Kimono Dress

This traditional Japanese gown dates over a thousand years ago when the word “kimono” meant a piece of clothing. Now, the kimono is one of the most widely recognized garments, characterized by its long sleeves and a wraparound closure. While the traditional kimono is still prevalent today, the modern kimono dress can have a slit in one leg, wraparound design and long sleeves.

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Kimono Dress

35. One Shoulder Dress

Whether you’re indecisive or it’s just cold outside, you can always opt for a one-shouldered dress! A one-shoulder dress is a form of asymmetrical dress, characterized by the single shoulder. Choose from a full-length sleeve or one strap; however, you wish to wear it, you’ll make a statement.  The asymmetry of the garment will attract attention for all the right reasons; you’ll look stunning!

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One Shoulder

Dos & Don’ts Of Wearing A Bodycon Dress Every Girl Should Know!

Dos & Don’ts Of Wearing A Bodycon Dress Every Girl Should Know!

Different Ways To Style A Bodycon Dress

Our Guide On Styling A Bodycon Dress

No longer do you need to worry about how to wear a bodycon dress, for we’ve got you covered. So follow these dos and don’ts for wearing it right and feeling great.

1. Do Show Off Your Best Feature

It may hug you all over, but you can still use it to flaunt your best assets. An essential on our guide on how to wear a bodycon dress, you cannot go wrong with this. A strapless dress or even a halter neck can show off toned shoulders and killer collarbones. A super short length can flaunt gorgeous legs – pick one that accentuates your best feature!

2. Don’t Forget Shapewear

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Ladies, shapewear is a blessing and there’s no shame in getting a little help to make you look and feel better. Shaping underwear can flatten a not-so-flat tummy, smoothen bulges, conceal panty lines and just help you feel more fantastic. It’s one of the style-essential secrets when it comes to the question of how to wear a bodycon dress.

Also read: 7 Tricks To Style A Fitted Dress If You’re A Not-So-Skinny Girl

3. Do Layer It

If you’ve ever wondered about how to style a bodycon dress, then you should definitely give layering a try. It is a saviour if you form-fitting dress makes you feel self-conscious. You can either throw on a loose cardigan or a flowy cape since they’re so in now. You can also add a well-cut blazer for a more polished edge to your ensemble and even make it office-appropriate.

4. Don’t Wear Flats

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A bodycon dress screams glam, don’t kill the vibe with flats. It is a cardinal sin when it comes to how to wear a bodycon dress. Heels will help amp up the look, while also elongating your frame and helping your silhouette appear slimmer. Pumps, stilettos and even wedges work – whichever you’re comfortable with. If you’re not comfortable wearing heels, opt for comfy platforms and low wedges.

5. Do Pick Thicker Fabrics

Avoid thin materials like jersey, which are super clingy and may exaggerate the wrong areas. Instead, make sure your dress is made from thicker material as it won’t accentuate problem areas too much. Detailing like ribs and panelling also help to create a more structured and neat look. This is a cardinal rule when it comes to how to look good in a bodycon dress.

6. Don’t Over-Accessorize

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Yes, there is a thing called over-accessorizing, and it is a strict no-no in our rule book of how to wear a bodycon dress. Let the dress be the showstopper and keep the accessories minimal to avoid looking OTT. A few key pieces like a watch, dangling earrings, and a clutch is enough to keep the look tasteful.

Also read: 6 Kinds Of Dresses Perfect For A Girl With A Broader Waist!

7. Do Choose A Dark Colour

While there are a lot of ways on how to style a bodycon dress, do keep in mind that the shade you pick plays a large role in it. Opt for a dark colour to help you feel more confident since we all know they’re way more flattering. You can’t go wrong with classic black – it’s sexy, and it can help conceal your problem areas. So get your hands on an LBB – little black bodycon! 😛

8. Don’t Be Shy

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Confidence is sexy, it’s your best accessory. Being self-conscious, tugging at your hemline constantly, crossing your arms in front of you – it’s all going to kill the look. Flaunt what you got, hold your head high and rock the look with confidence – and no one will be able to fault you. Trust us, confidence wins all in our guide on how to wear a bodycon dress.

9. Cinch The Waist

Now you must be guessing why you should think about cinching the waist in a dress that is already hugging your body but hear us out. If your bodycon is revealing a lot more than you’re initially comfortable with, then cinching the waist can definitely come for your rescue. You don’t necessarily have to go with a belt. You can even wrap a contrasting bandana around your waist or buy one that has a pattern that automatically gives your waist a cinched look. So go ahead and experiment with your unique style!

10. Try Contrasting Colours

If you’re curious about having a bodycon dress in your wardrobe but are worried about certain areas of your body standing out, then you can also get one in contrasting colours. The best part about investing in such a bodycon is that it will divert focus from areas you’re uncomfortable about. Wonder how? Well, for example, if you get bodycon that has darker shades on the sides, then it will make your waist look smaller, without you having to worry about driving attention to bulges!

Styling A Bodycon According To Specific Looks

While bodycon dresses are flattering in their own way, they also require a whole lot of confidence and a knack for styling when it comes to getting the most out of them. So here are some common bodycon dress hacks that you can try according to various moods and settings!

How To Wear A Bodycon Dress With Flats

While we’ve already suggested that you style your bodycon with heels, this one is for those of you who just can’t go without their flats. To begin with, make sure that you’re pairing it with the right accessories, like a huge belt or a chunky neckpiece. It would be extra helpful if you match your accessories with your flats for a more balanced look! Also, gladiators over any other kind on any given day!

How To Wear A Bodycon Dress In Winters

The key behind wearing a bodycon dress in winters is to style it well, and luckily there is a lot you can experiment with. To start with you can pair it with long, knee length boots. If the weather is especially chilly, then you can also throw on a warm open cardigan (preferably long), along with a thick scarf that complements the base colour that you’re wearing.

How To Make A Bodycon Dress Look Formal

If you want your bodycon dress to look formal, then you can start with baring minimal skin. A bodycon automatically drives attention to the person wearing it, and you definitely do not want to do more of it by exposing other parts of your body. So choose one that reaches your calves or has full sleeves. You can also complement it by wearing a light, long cardigan to give it a more formal look.

How To Pose In A Bodycon Dress

There is a lot of poses that you can try when you’ve donned your bodycon dress. However, do make sure that you ask the photographer to take a shot of the entire look, because you want to do total justice to your look, don’t you? To begin with, you can pose by keeping one foot slightly ahead of the other with a sideways glance to give a sultry look. And you can also give a side pose if you want to draw attention to certain parts of your body! Like we’ve mentioned before, confidence is the key! Bodycon dresses will always be in fashion, for they can potentially bring out the best in you! So do use our styling tips to look your fabulous best the next time you wear a bodycon dress!

Fashion Fears! – Ultimate Guide to Buy a Bodycon dress!

Why are we women so conscious about wearing a Bodycon dress? What freaks us about a Bodycon dress?

Does it make you feel like you’re on display and your tummy is visible? That you have to constantly breathe in to make your dress look as flattering as possible? Does revealing your curves make you uncomfortable?

Trust Us, every woman goes through this and whether you are exceptionally thin or curvaceous you can pull off a bodycon dress!

Here are a few tips that will make you feel confident the next time you wear this body conscious dress.



Avoid thin, super clingy materials like jersey. Instead, make sure your dress is made from thicker material as it will give you more comfort and a more structured look.


The shade you pick plays a very important role in how you look. Dark colors will make you feel more confident and they will look very flattering for any body type.

You can’t go wrong with Black- it’s sexy and it helps you conceal your problem areas. So go for a Little Black Bodycon Dress!


U shaped and scoop neck are universal necklines that suit everyone, even if you are slightly heavier in the bust area. It also adds a sexy element to your dress. So if you are planning to buy a bodycon dress for the very first time, try and buy one with U or scoop neckline.


Picking the right size is very important while buying a bodycon dress for it to look good and flattering. Since it is a body-hugging dress it is important to go one size smaller than your usual size so it fits properly in the right places. Since most Bodycon dresses are made with Elastene in it. They’re comfortable even if you go one size smaller.

And girls!


And we understand, having a visible tummy makes you feel uncomfortable but once you get over that all that remains is complete confidence. Everyone is different and uniqueness is always interesting and is worth taking a moment to appreciate. And more than that embracing something that is unique makes it all the sexier. So don’t feel awkward the next time you have to wear a Bodycon dress because if you feel confident and sexy in it, others will see you the same way.


The Maciza dress stands for confidence. The IndiSlim Fit of this dress conceals awkwardness and the fabric has a 4-way stretch for additional comfort.

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