Five most flattering garments

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  1. Urban Stylin

    Urban Stylin ɐʎ ʎǝɥ

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    What are the 5 most flattering garments ever made?
    Mine are

    1. Corset img comparestoreprices.co.uk
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    2. The DVF Wrap dress. img www.flickr.com
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    3. The YSL safari suit with flared pants...makes one appear taller and the belt emphasizes the waist img www.dallasnews.com
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    4. The Roland Mouret galaxy dress...what more can i say img jckonline.com
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    5. Versace flowing evening dresses img people.com
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    Runner up img gossipgirlinsider.com
    The Herve Leger bandage dress
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  2. CaitlinC

    CaitlinC New Member

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    I agree with the corset and everything else you have up there.

    I think an LBD is perfect on anyone. Makes everyone look classy and you can find them in different price ranges.

    High heels makes everyone's legs look a million times better. Whether they are lower high heels or really high high heels, they make you look better.
     
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    Simple black tights. They are very versatile, make the leg look slimmer and longer and they are very sexy and elegant at the same time.

    Empire-style dresses. They hide a lot and emphase the right things ( ;) ) and are very feminine and I think they fit pretty much every female physique there is.
     
  4. TheGlassAngel

    TheGlassAngel VSFS 2009!

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    Oh man, I would say the Herve Leger bandage dress is only flattering when you're currently in good shape but the rest are great!
     
  5. Urban Stylin

    Urban Stylin ɐʎ ʎǝɥ

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    agreed on the bandage. i forgot all about the high heeled shoe!!!
     
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    fashionista-ta Well-Known Member

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    Personally I think the bandage is quite challenging for virtually everyone. I think there are many things that would be more flattering on the actress pictured ... and I remember a picture of Celerie Kimble in a bandage dress that was far from her best look ...

    For me, black wide-leg Helmut Lang pants with heels are pretty good. Black in general :lol:

    Does Spanx count :rofl:

    I really think it depends on the individual person. What's flattering on me may not be on you, and vice versa.
     
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    I think black tights are universally flattering, especially if they are Wolford..:p But aside from tights, I can't think of anything that would flatter anyone. There's too many parts that need to be right, in perfect sync, for a piece to literally be ready to wear for anyone.. Not to mention, more often than not: it's the person, not the clothing that is special.
     
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    My thoughts exactly. And kind of the same for a corset. Or maybe its just my experience of seeing girls in corsets with back flab jutting out that makes me dubious about them (Although maybe they were done up wrong or something,i don't know. I dont want to find out :p)

    For me a well fitted black blazer is universally flattering. And trench coats.. Can't go wrong with one of those.
     

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