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Guide to Dresses for Curvy Figures
We are not living in a one-size-fits all world. However, we are living in a world where we all just want to feel confident in what we wear. How many of us have spent wasted minutes google searching: “What looks best on my body type?”only to be hit with a million articles and too.much.information! Well, that’s why we’re here. From playing up the features that you love and toning down what you’d leave left to the imagination, we’ll show which dresses to wear to flaunt your curvy figure.
Keep reading for our guide to the best dresses for curvy figures.
DRESS STYLE: MAXI DRESSES
Is a maxi dress your style? Opt for a more structured fabric (ditch the jersey this time) in lieu of something with, drape, gossamer layers, a side slit and some personality. Extra bonus points if it has a lining to lay smoothly over your curves.
Body Shape Match: All body types (styling tricks like belts and shoes help highlight the features you love!).
Wear it with: The key to most maxi dress styles is a defined waist—so if it doesn’t already come with a belt, find one to play up your waist. In fall, wear them with high boots or ankle booties and tights.
DRESS STYLE: WRAP DRESSES
Universally flattering, the criss-cross V-neck of a wrap dress provides shape up top, elongates your neck and hugs your best assets. There’s a reason why the wrap dress is considered one of the most versatile dresses anyone can own.
Body Shape Match: All body types.
Wear it with: Get friendly with fabrics! Because this silhouette is perfect for all occasions, take your styling cues the fabric you’re wearing. If it’s cotton and casual (but you want to dress it up!) accessorize accordingly. Wearing silk? Dress it down with sneakers or sandals. Or, go all in with black patent pumps and your favorite statement stunners.
DRESS STYLE: SHIFT DRESSES
Comfortable and effortless a shift dress in a fitted silhouette is the ultimate easy-to-wear piece for every day. Not only does it have built-in structure and shape, but since it falls directly from the shoulders, it gives you great definition.
Body Shape Match: Apple and inverted triangles.
Wear it With: The shift dress is the perfect piece to highlight your legs (if that’s what you’re into). Just add sneakers for day and a denim jacket or a blazer and black sling-back pumps (a la Duchess Meghan Markle) for events and special occasions.
DRESS STYLE: SHIRT DRESSES
A must-have for all women. We love shirt dresses for their built-in structure, button-down neckline and weekly wearability.
Body Shape Match: Hourglass and pear body shapes.
Wear it With: Our favorite pieces are ones you can throw on with little to no thought or added fuss. Wear it with sandals in summer or pair it over your favorite bootcut jeans with a classic belt and boots for fall.
types of dresses for women
Dresses, dresses everywhere, not a name I know. Have you felt this way, looking at all the different types of dresses available in the stores? There are hundreds of different kinds of dresses – in every style imaginable. Let us check out the most important types of dresses.
If you want to know the names of different types of clothes check out this post.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Table of Contents
- 1 Aline dress
- 2 Tent dress
- 3 Yoke dress
- 4 Empire line dress
- 5 Shift dress
- 6 Dirndl dress
- 7 Sheath dress
- 8 Low or drop waist dress
- 9 Tunic dress
- 10 Princess seam dress
- 11 Blouson dress
- 12 Shirt waist dress
- 13 Wrap around dress
- 14 Peasant Dress
- 15 Baby doll dress
- 16 Body con dress
- 17 Cocktail dress
- 18 Debutante dress
- 19 Skater dress
- 20 Camisole dress
- 21 Pinafore dress /Jumber dress
- 22 Granny dress
- 23 Harem dress
- 24 Trumpet dress / Mermaid dress
- 25 Maxi dress
- 26 Apron dress
- 27 Sweater dress
- 28 Swing dress
- 29 Tutu dress
- 30 Sun Dress
- 31 Little Black Dress
- 32 Coat dress
- 33 Corset dress
- 34 Balloon Dress
- 35 Bouffant dress
- 36 Fit and flare dress
- 37 Handkerchief hem Dress
- 38 Gathered dress
- 39 Kaftan Dress
- 40 Pillowcase dress
- 41 Slip Dress
- 42 Shirt dress
- 43 Ball gown
- 44 Party dress
- 45 Off Shoulder Dress
- 46 One shoulder dress
- 47 Strapless Dress
- 48 Halterneck Dress
- 49 Draped Dress
- 50 Xray Dress
- 51 Cape Dress
1 Aline dress
This dress basically follows the Aline silhouette – ie flowy from the shoulders. It can also have a fitted defined waist but the hem is always flared giving the whole silhouette the shape of a capital letter A.
2 Tent dress
A shapeless tentlike full dress, that hangs loose from the shoulders; it has a baggy silhouette and is usually worn short. The airy billowy dress is a favourite as a summer wear
3 Yoke dress
This is a type of dress with a shaped top portion of the bodice which is separate from the bodice. The yoked dress can have a front yoke or back yoke or both
4 Empire line dress
This is a high waist dress that has a fitting bodice till just under the bust and then a flowy silhouette
5 Shift dress
This is a short sleeveless dress that skims the body without a fitted waist
6 Dirndl dress
This is a european traditional dress originally worn by peasants there;The dress has an apron with lacing on the back or front
7 Sheath dress
A close fitting dress usually ending near the knee. Usually there will be a slit in the back so that you can walk comfortably
8 Low or drop waist dress
This is a loose fitting dress with the skirt seam being somewhere near the hip rather than at the waist length.
9 Tunic dress
This is a loose fitting dress ending near the hips or near the knee , usually with slits on the side seams
10 Princess seam dress
This is a dress with a princess seam down the bodice
11 Blouson dress
This is a dress with a fitted/clinched waist which will cause the top portion to have a billowing effect
12 Shirt waist dress
This kind of dress resembles a shirt in the top portion, with a collar and an open front button placket.
13 Wrap around dress
This is a style of dress with an Asymmetrical closing. This dress usually has one side wrapped over the other side and usually has a tie which closes the front opening
14 Peasant Dress
This is a dress originally worn by the peasants in Europe, with raglan sleeves or very loose sleeves
15 Baby doll dress
A baby doll dress refers to a short sweet dress with a fitted bodice ( at times a bralette) and loose gathered skirt . This is usually is used as a nightgown. A dress with gathers above the waist and long sleeves is also referred as a baby doll dress. Check out the tutorial to make a baby doll dress
16 Body con dress
This refers to a tight fitting body hugging dress made of a stretchy fabric. It usually ends near or above the knee.
17 Cocktail dress
This is a short dressy dress meant for attending semi formal functions.
18 Debutante dress
This is a white gown typically worn by debutantes on their first ball.The white formal full length gown is usually accompanied by white kid gloves
19 Skater dress
This is a dress that has a fitted bodice and a very flared circular skirt. They have an Aline silhouette with a very defined waist
20 Camisole dress
This dress resembles the camisole worn as a slip or nightgown. A camisole dress is a longer version of this and is usually worn over tops
21 Pinafore dress /Jumber dress
This is a collarless, sleeveless low cut dress which is worn over tops / blouses.
22 Granny dress
A granny dress is a loose fitting dress with long sleeves. This dress usually has ruffles or flounces and a high collar
23 Harem dress
This is a full length dress with a flared cut narrowing down to a narrower hem. It is usually made in a flowy fabric
24 Trumpet dress / Mermaid dress
A trumpet dress has a fitted bodice till the knee or just below the knee where it flares to the hem
25 Maxi dress
This is an informal full length / ankle length dress usually made with a flowy fabric
26 Apron dress
Apron dress is a sleeveless dress with a bib and a skirt attached to it just like an apron
27 Sweater dress
A sweater dress is a long sweater that can be worn on its own as a dress. It is usually knee length
28 Swing dress
A swing dress has fitted top portion near the bust and then flaring to a knee or above knee length hem.
29 Tutu dress
Tutu dress is a tutu (gathered skirt made with tulle fabric ) with a bodice attached
30 Sun Dress
A sundress refers to any dress which is casual and suitable for the summer. They are usually made in flowy lightweight breathable fabrics
31 Little Black Dress
This refers to a short dress made in black.Usually this is a fitting dress which is short
32 Coat dress
A coat dress resembles a overcoat with lapels and openings
33 Corset dress
This is a dress that is fitted around the bust using a corset . The corset shapes the body with lacing
34 Balloon Dress
A balloon dress refers to a dress with a hemline turned inwards so that the bottom edge looks like a blown up balloon
35 Bouffant dress
This is a full length gown with lots of ruffles
36 Fit and flare dress
This is a dress which is fitted in the top portion and then flares gradually towards the hem. This effect is usually achieved with panels
37 Handkerchief hem Dress
This type of dresses have an asymmetrical hem which looks as if a handkerchief is held from the middle
38 Gathered dress
This is a dress with a gathered waist
39 Kaftan Dress
Kaftan is a loose fitting dress with billowing side seams; it is sewn as one with bodice and sleeves and usually ends near the ankles or feet. Check out the pattern and sewing tutorial to make a Kaftan
40 Pillowcase dress
This refers to a dress made for kids with fabric from a single pretty printed pillowcase and some fabric straps to tie them to the neck.
41 Slip Dress
A dress which simply looks like a slip you wear inside as an undergarment. A slip dress is usually worn as an overgarment
42 Shirt dress
This is a longer version of the shirt with collar and an opening in the front (full or partial)
43 Ball gown
Ball gown is a formal full skirted gown
44 Party dress
This is a generic name for a dress worn for different kinds of parties. Basically it is an elaborately made dress
45 Off Shoulder Dress
A dress without straps or shoulder joining seams and sleeve caps; the shoulder is laid bare with the sleeves and the bodice cut off at the shoulders. When this kind of dress has a shoulder seam with only the top of the sleeves cut off, it is called a cold shoulder dress
46 One shoulder dress
A dress with straps or shoulder joining seams only on one shoulder; the shoulder is laid bare on one side.
47 Strapless Dress
This refers to a dress without straps holding the dress together at the shoulders. It is a form fitting style of dress
48 Halterneck Dress
A dress that features a halterneck.
49 Draped Dress
A Dress with additional fullness pleated gathered or held to one side or both sides.
50 Xray Dress
This is a see through dress made with sheer/transparent fabrics like lace chiffon organza etc. It is usually worn with a slip underneath or strategically placed fabric lining/ embroidery/fabric patches or body stockings underneath to cover modesty.
Best Wedding Dresses of 2020
So. much. fashion.
In a year filled with such turmoil, changed plans, postponed and virtual weddings, it could feel odd to be focusing on fashion. But with every story, we found that looking at the positives and focusing on the beautiful elements that make up a wedding day was always present. And that includes the wedding dress.
Choosing a wedding outfit is such a milestone in the wedding planning process, that even the couples who chose to scale down their celebrations didn’t skimp on fashion. Whether it was opting for a sublimely chic lace shift dress instead of a traditional ballgown, showing some whimsy in a pouf-sleeve mini dress, or just saying “to hell with it, I’m wearing the dress anyway!”—2020 brides were up against a lot of challenges and showed tremendous creativity and resilience as they plotted a new course.
Whether it was for a pre-COVID blowout, an ocean-side micro-wedding, or an at-home elopement, this crop of brides were just as fashionably epic as the last year’s—and they had a lot more to deal with!
Ready to see our favorite wedding dresses from the craziest year of weddings yet? We rounded up 30 of this year’s most fashionable looks.The 2021 Wedding Dress Trends You Need to Know01of 30
A Custom Made Gown
“I bought my first dress prematurely,” Upile Chisala admits. “It took a few months for me to regret the purchase and that is when I emailed my dear friend Syreeta and asked her to make me the real dress of my dreams.” Together, Upile and Syreeta spent weeks going back-and-forth, going from an ivory mermaid style to the final masterpiece: a stunning satin ballgown made of a nude-pink material that the bride found on Etsy.
“She [Syreeta] singlehandedly made this heavy dress in Maryland while I was in South Africa! I only tried it on once and my sister, Ngawina, brought it with her to South Africa. It had its own suitcase on the plane!” she admits with a laugh. “This dress was very mine not only because it was custom and Syreeta let me participate as much as I could, but because it was the result of love and came together because of so many people and cultures.”
Her advice? “Please do not buy a dress on your very first trip to the dress shop! If you love a dress, go home, and have a think about it before swiping your card. Sit down and be honest about how exactly you envision yourself on the day. “https://3ca75955d7967ae53aa08bc1fd204244.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-37/html/container.html02of 30
Fringed in Willowby by Watters
“I was always waiting for the right look, and it just so happened that my wedding dress was that look,” Sydney Connor says of picking her Willowby by Watters
A Custom Lehenga Choli Created by a Friend
On the second day of their wedding celebration, this couple threw a mehndi party, where guests were adorned with henna. The room was decorated with South Asian lanterns and antique lamps to evoke the Lake Palace, then accented with cascading orange and pink flowers. For this party, Monis Alam opted for an untraditional look: She wore a magenta lehenga choli, customized by Pakistani designer Ali Xeeshan.
The designer has been a friend for years, so Monis knew that she would wear one of his conceptions. After narrowing it down to three outfits, Monis sought her father’s advice, someone who has long shared her love of fashion. “When he suggested I go for the third look, I knew he was right,” Monis says of her final look, which included a custom dupatta.
A Meaningful Lace Sari
After the couple’s Western ceremony, Kelsey Maher exchanged her Vera Wang gown for the French Chantilly lace sari that Pra’s mother wore on her wedding day.
Vintage-inspired in Galia Lahav
Jessica deRoquancourt flew to New York to search for her wedding dress—although she already knew she wanted a Galia Lahav creation. “When I put it on I fell in love,” she says of the bridal designer’s vintage-inspired, off-the-shoulder “Thelma” gown. “I just knew it was it. I didn’t try on any more dresses after that.”06of 30
Opting Out of a White Dress
Emily Sullivan Canova skipped the white dress, opting instead for a hand-beaded, peach-colored gown, and John donned a cravat instead of a bow tie. Their dear friend, Tinker Hatfield, head of footwear design at Nike, officiated the ceremony but also hand-painted sneakers for the couple and their children to wear during the reception.https://3ca75955d7967ae53aa08bc1fd204244.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-37/html/container.html07of 30
A Custom Two-piece Creation
Josiane de Fatima Gomes Monteiro knew exactly what she wanted in a wedding dress so she e-mailed designer Luis Carvalho to make it happen. “Luis was amazing! I emailed him some pics of what I wanted, he made some drawings, we had a couple of fittings, and it was perfect,” she says. Ultimately, the gown was made with two pieces: a detailed underlay—that Josiane rocked on the dance floor later—and a long-sleeve draped wrap dress as a topper.https://3ca75955d7967ae53aa08bc1fd204244.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-37/html/container.html08of 30
Pretty and Springy in BHLDN
Jenneh Bockari knew this dreamy BHLDN number was “the one” before she tried it on. In fact, she’d been eyeing it long before she even went dress shopping. “[I] tried on three dresses,” recalls the bride. “This dress was one of the three. I tried it on last, just to give the others a fair shot.” Between the plunging neckline and back, floral appliqués, and tulle skirt, Jenneh says it “was just the perfect amount of interesting—and was so comfortable.”
A Lehenga Fit for a Princess
When Harneet Sidhu first tried on her seafoam green lehenga she couldn’t stop twirling around in the garment—a clear sign to both her mother, grandmother and her that it was the one! “It made me feel like a princess and I didn’t want to take it off,” she admits. The bride paired the elaborate pastel and floral-patterned gown with a pink chunni (veil).10of 30
Show-stopping in Spina Bride
Michaela Almqvist admired the feminine and flattering details of her Liz Martinez gown that she found at Spina Bride. “It is a truly unique gown with a show-stopping appeal,” she says of its peplum top, 3-D appliqués, and tulle skirt.
A Stone Cold Fox Dress Made for an Elopement
When the couple opted for an elopement, Jill Lavoie knew just what to wear: a lace Stone Cold Fox mini-dress that she had originally planned to don for the wedding’s afterparty. She added a cathedral veil from Made With Love Bridal, a pair of Stuart Weitzman heels, and pearl earrings from Wwake. As an added perk, she adds that she got her first manicure-pedicure since February, when nail salons shut down in D.C., for the big day.12of 30
Whimsical in Odylyne The Ceremony
“My theme was ‘Queen of Hearts’ meets pregnant bride,” wardrobe stylist Macy Orlowski admits. While specific, she found the perfect attire to accomplish her vision in the “Caspian” gown by Odylyne The Ceremony. “It’s playful puffy sleeves always resonated with me especially being a 90s kid that grew up watching ‘Alice and Wonderland,'” she says. The dress was originally intended to be her after-party dress. “But once I found out I was pregnant and our wedding was postponed due to COVID-19, I knew immediately this should be the dress I elope in and announce our pregnancy with,” she adds.13of 30
Laid Back in Azeeza
“My style is very laid-back and a little bit traditional, so when I saw this beautiful white Azeeza dress on Instagram, I knew I had to have it,” says Daniela Garcia of her midi dress, which is made of raw silk midi dress and features an empire bodice, gathered skirt, and puff sleeves. “At the time, I didn’t know if we’d have our micro wedding or not, but I figured I’d be able to use the dress for one of the pre-wedding events whenever the big one took place.”14of 30
A Dress Fit for the Ceremony, Reception and After-party
Alice Usanase-Lalui knew she wanted a wedding dress that could work for the ceremony, the reception, and the after-party. “I knew it was the one because I just felt at home in it,” she says. “The detail of the leafy ruffles reminded me of the outdoors and it was just perfect for an outdoor wedding. I can’t describe the feeling but when you know, you know.”15of 30
A Modern Take on Tradition
“I wanted a Xhosa wedding dress with a more modern design and silhouette,” says Sandiswa Sotashe, revealing she took her time dress shopping. The ultimate winner was an off-white Duchesse satin creation by Asanda Madyibi with Xhosa beading and black stripes.16of 30
A Timeless Berta Gown
Candice Wilson-Olensky, who is a film and TV producer and head of development and production at Kevin Hart’s Laugh Out Loud Network, found her Berta gown before visiting a bridal salon! She originally saw the dress in an image promoting an upcoming trunk show, and, of course, made an appointment. (Her mom even flew across the country to join her!)
“I tried it on and fell in love immediately. I knew instantly. I felt beautiful and timeless in it,” she says of the dress, adding that shopping was “100 percent better” with the company of her mom, who made the experience feel like playing dress up.17of 30
A Sparkling Sari
Isha Sathya and Suraj Philips flew to India together to pick out their bridal looks, including Isha’s Sabyasachi sari. She wanted to honor her South Indian roots and wear a sari, and she was elated to happen upon this tulle number from an archival collection.
“When I stepped out of the fitting room with the sari draped perfectly, I knew it was the one,” Isha says. “The sparkles gave it the perfect amount of glamour without being over the top. It was edgy, modern, with a hint of sensuality.”18of 30
Minimalist in Alexandra Grecco
“I love it because it’s an upscale and more glamorous version of the types of things I typically wear,” says Clare Stone of her minimalist Alexandra Grecco crepe silk gown. To create the illusion of a slip dress, she added thin, delicate straps—a task that was completed mere minutes before the ceremony began. She adds, “There’s something so powerful about feeling like yourself on your wedding day.”19of 30
Simply Elegant in Reem Acra
“I couldn’t stop thinking about it and was comparing all the other dresses I tried on to that one,” says Megan Roup of her silk chiffon gown by Reem Acra. However, while Megan knew the dress she wanted, she says saying “yes” wasn’t entirely seamless—she had to go dress shopping by herself thanks to COVID-19 restrictions!20of 30
Goddess Vibes in Sophie et Voila
Dulce Martin’s dress shopping experience was an international one. “I tried on dresses in Mexico, Los Angeles, Nashville, London, Paris, the Netherlands, and Spain,” she admits. “I also did it all by myself, as I wanted to hear myself think and decide according to what felt perfect for me, and I also wanted to surprise everyone, including my mom. Nobody saw the dress until I walked down the aisle.”
She ultimately chose two dresses: A custom-made gown for the ceremony and dinner by Sophie et Voila, and a second for the reception by Cortana Brides. “Both of them felt unique, they were both very comfortable to wear, and most importantly, they felt like me—or a very elevated version of me,” she says with a laugh. “They reflected two very different sides of who I am. One is classic, elegant, with a goddess vibe, while the other one is a little rebellious, and slightly sexy but simple and classic too.”21of 30
THAT Amazing Oscar Dress
“I had no intention of wearing a strapless dress,” Amanda Greeley says of her Oscar de la Renta ball gown made of silk and cotton lace. “I almost didn’t want this dress to be the one. I had seen it on the runway.”22of 30
Modern in Adam Zohar
When Danielle Moson went shopping at The White Dress bridal boutique in California, two Adam Zohar gowns caught her eye. “I literally couldn’t decide,” she admits. “One was super geometric and edgy—what I always thought I’d wear—and the other was beautifully soft and romantic—not my personality at all.” But when she came back to the boutique the following morning, her dress choice was clear: She had to go with the latter, a light-weight long-sleeve chiffon gown with intricate floral details.
A Last-minute Day of Switch
“Up until the day of the wedding, I thought I was going to wear a sage green collared shirt under my white blazer even though I never really loved the way it looked,” revealed Laine Strickland. But, she made a last-minute switch the day-of, wearing a floral 7Diamonds collard shirt with her white J. Crew suit instead. “I am so glad that I did and Kaila loved the whole look,” she says.
Kaila Strickland tried on several dresses before slipping into this strapless Pronovias number. “I loved it instantaneously,” she says of the gown, which featured a deep sweetheart neckline and lace overlay.
A Self-Portrait Number for an Intimate Wedding
Before changing her wedding plans, Justine Victoria Roach had planned on wearing a Valentino gown down the aisle. But when the extravagant nuptials turned into an intimate garden occasion, Justine opted for this floral lace midi dress by Self-Portrait instead—a look she decided on just five minutes before heading to the altar! She accessorized with her mother’s jewelry, including a diamond and platinum bracelet from 1935, and carried a bouquet of white roses wrapped in silk.25of 30
Green Velvet and Bridal Separates
Katie Hathaway wore an ensemble from Suistudio. “I immediately knew the green velvet blazer was for me,” she says. “My mom also bought me amazing earrings from the Sundance Catalog and sweet velvet lace-up Oxfords from Bruno Magli.”
Lilla Goettler chose bridal separates from BHLDN. “I spent about a month trying the outfit on over and over again before I decided,” she admits. “I really wasn’t expecting to love a long-sleeved dress, but it ended up looking great and keeping me cozy.” She paired her dress with a pair of white sneakers. “The outfit didn’t feel completely right until I tried on the Converse,” she says. “It was a great androgynous touch that made the whole outfit feel more ‘me.’”26of 30
A Designer-approved Choice
Following the ceremony, Maanasa Indaram changed into lace-and-crepe gown by Sarah Seven. “After having gone dress shopping several times in San Francisco, I was prepared to show my mom, mother-in-law, and sister the dress that I was intending to buy while on a trip back to New York,” she recalls. “However, when we walked into the studio, all our eyes caught this dress. It was comfortable but flattering, sweet but also very chic.” The icing on the cake? The designer was in the studio and gave the Maanasa her seal of approval. She says, “Sarah immediately stopped by our group to give me the thumbs up when she saw me in it!”27of 30
Matching Mikado Silk Looks
“I’ve modeled many wedding dresses during my career but never fell in love with any,” Meaghan Garland admits. But, when she tried on her Mikado silk dress by Pronovias, “it became the dress of my dreams!” Meaghan completed her look with a veil, pearl drop earrings, pearl hairpins, and a diamond-and-gold necklace passed down to her by her mother.
Kiyomi McCloskey chose a white suit made from the same Mikado silk material as Meaghan’s dress. “It was unique, chic, and everything I’d envisioned,” she says. She completed her look with personalized cufflinks—which were a gift from Meaghan—as well as a white tuxedo shirt and a white bowtie. Her boutonniere featured plum ranunculus, heuchera leaves, and olive branch.28of 30
A Custom Creation by Brandon Maxwell
Choosing a dress (or three!) was easy for Stephanie Puntillo: She turned to client-turned-friend Brandon Maxwell for everything she wore on her wedding day. “I told Brandon I didn’t want a big princess dress, but when I showed up for my first appointment, the photo I brought with me was of the biggest pink dress from his Spring 2019 collection,” Stephanie says with a laugh. For the ceremony, he created a white basket-weave organza ball gown with a fitted scoop-neck bodice. Stephanie wore her hair in a sleek chignon to match the gown’s clean lines.29of 30
A Hanbok Found on Instagram
“I had seen a hanbok that I just loved on Instagram so when I was in L.A. I went by the shop that had made it,” Megan Rose says. “Even though I knew exactly what I wanted, the process was so much fun, they had me pick the fabric for every little part of the dress.”30of 30
The Jumpsuit of the Year
After dinner, Danielle changed into a second look, a lace-and-silk jumpsuit by Rime Arodaky. “I have followed Rime for a while and love how modern and edgy her pieces are,” Danielle says. “It was fun, playful, and sexy—the perfect thing to wear to the party portion of the day.”