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What to Wear Based on the Feature You Want to Accentuate?


You generally know what looks best on you—perhaps there’s a wrap dress that consistently makes you feel confident or you always gravitate toward wide-leg pants—but it never hurts to expand your sartorial horizons. There are plenty of factors to consider when getting dressed in the morning, including the weather, the occasion, and of course, your mood, but if you've wanted to know exactly how to dress for your body type and accentuate your best features, you've come to the right place.


Since there are so many shapes and silhouettes on the market and trends are ever-changing, it can be tough to choose what works best for you, but we have some ideas to help out. Whether you want to play up your curves, highlight your legs, create the illusion of curves, or accentuate your upper half, there are some strategic pieces that will help you do just that. At the end of the day, all of these pieces are insanely stylish no matter the reason for buying them. Scroll down to shop our picks. 


If you want to accentuate your legs


If you'd like to accentuate the lower part of your body, highlight your legs in either short dresses or elongating flare jeans. As for shoes, find heels that match your skin tone to give the illusion of mile-long legs. 




If you want to accentuate your curves


Try highlighting your curves—not hiding them—by emphasizing your waist. Styles that are cinched or belted are always a great way to do this.





If you want to accentuate your upper body


Try accentuating your top half with A-line dresses and skirts as well as embellished tops and interesting prints that draw attention to your upper body and waist.