Tag: style - Dressedup
Take style cues from fashion society's IT girl | Gigi Hadid 


Give your lips a break, and rock a Autumn inspired burgundy eye instead.
Pair this look with a black dress for maximum sex appeal.


Want to rock a statement dress, but don't want to come across as OTT.
Team your outfit with a slicked back ponytail. Perfect for taking your look from day to night.


From suede to caged, this season's trend of thigh high boots offers endless options.
Just remember to keep to neutral tones so you look high street as opposed to back street

When it comes to choosing a Little Black Dress, the options are endless.

Whether you are after something safe 
or sexy, we profile the perfect LBD dresses that work for bodies like yours.



You are curvy with a defined waistline. Show off your curvy figure by drawing attention to your waist.

Think Dion Lee's Backless dress or the N/Nicholas Ponti Off Shoulder dress, both these styles cinch at the

waistline and highlight your best asset, your curves!


You carry most of your weight on your bottom half, so the most flattering cut is one that draws attention to

your décolleté. The Nicholas Bonded Crepe Front Wrap dress, allows a slight give to bottom heavy figures by

skimming over your bottom half whilst adding shape to the waist area. To create a balanced illusion, you can also

team your LBD with big bold neck pieces to accentuate your upper half.


You carry most of your weight around your middle. Our advice would be to rock a silhouette skimming

style like the Dion Lee Fine Line Cami which will draw attention to your décolleté, while the main body of the

dress skirts over your middle and finishes just below your knee and helps hide the trouble spot.


You have a straight up and down figure. Leave it to your clothes to help bring our some shape. The

Zimmerman Silk V-Tuck long dress is crafted from pure silk and shaped with soft tucks through the waist and

skirt.  A plunging V-neckline and delicate straps will help give you the illusion of a more curvaceous figure