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Top of silhouette is form-fitted and flares out at the hemline, creating an "A" shape.
Dramatically full skirt with a tightly fitted bodice and natural waistline style.
Form-fitting bodice with a gradually flared skirt that begins mid-thigh, creating a trumpet-like shape.
Well defined waist and form-fitted silhouette that shows off the body shape.
Figure-fitting silhouette that follows figure down to the knee and begins to flare out dramatically.
Natural waistline that is form-fitting and angles downwards into a "V" shape.
A waistline style that falls right above the hips, creating a long bodice that extends below the natural waistline.
Fitted waistline that is raised higher than a natural waistline.
Vertical seams that create the illusion of an elongated waist or no waistline at all.
A classic waistline style that sits along where the natural waist is, typically across the naval.
Neckline that is in the shape of a square.
Classic neckline that is shaped like the letter "U".
Neckline that is shaped like the letter "V".
Classical and flattering neckline style that is shaped like the top of a heart.
Neckline that features only one sleeve, leaving the other arm strapless and giving the dress an asymmetrical style.
Neckline which features sleeves that rest of the outside of the shoulders.
Neckline featuring a material made out of a sheer mesh so that the skin can be seen underneath.
Straps that wrap around the front of the neck and tie or clasp along the back of the neck.
Neckline featuring material that comes up to the beginning of the neck, resembling a mock neck style.
Short collar in the back of neck and sweetheart-like styled cut along the bust.
Wide neckline that runs across the collarbone from shoulder-to-shoulder, also referred to as a boat neck style.
Neckline without sleeves that sits straight across the chest.
Neckline without sleeves that sits across the chest and features a slight curvature.
Neckline without sleeves that sits across the chest and features a sweetheart neckline style.
Dress hemline that falls along the lower thigh, right above the knee.
Dress hemline that hits along the middle of the knee.
Dress hemline that falls past the knee but is not floor length.
Dress hemline that rests along the ankles, but is not floor length.
Dress hemline that completely covers the legs and rests along the floor.
A dress without straps or sleeves.
Thin straps that attach at the front and back of the dress. Can sometimes be adjustable or detachable.
A slimmer sleeve than a sleeveless style, but slightly thicker than spaghetti straps.
A sleeve that does not go past the beginning of the shoulder.
Short and rounded sleeve that does not go past the armpit.
A sleeve that does not go past the elbow, but usually reaches the halfway point.
A sleeve covering three-quarters of the arm, going past the elbow but not all the way to the wrist.
A sleeve that covers the full arm down to the wrist.