Fit and Flare dresses are my favorite style of dress to wear.
Not familiar with a fit and flare dress? Well, It is just what its name describes: a dress that is fitted on the top, cinched in at the waist and flares out over the hip. It is a very flattering cut for those that are petite on top, want to accentuate a small waist but want to disguise the lower half a bit.
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Fit and Flare dresses draw all the attention to your dramatic waistline and creates the perfect feminine silhouette. Think 1950's party dress meets modern patterns and prints.
Fit and Flare dresses look fabulous when paired with skinny heels, ladylike pumps or strappy wedges. I usually let the dress do the talking and opt for simple, jewelry and hair. You don't want to look like a 1950's lady, so keep your accessories (including your hair) modern.
Momtrends was not compensated for this post. I am styling a Fit & Flare dress that I wore during a trial with Lendperk.com.