You have the curves, now you need to show them off. Opt for body-hugging mermaids that will enhance your sexy silhouette. Stay away from an overabundance of ruffles and tiers.
Left: Mila by St. Pucchi; Right: Naeem Khan
Looking to add some curves? Go for gowns with added volume and details at both the chest and hips to help create the illusion of an hourglass silhouette.
Left: Alberti Ferretti; Right: Marchesa
An off-the-shoulder or bateau neckline will draw the eye across and help balance out a full bustline. A defined waistline is a must for your shape. Look for built-in corsets for needed support.
Left to right: Ellis; Kelly Faetanini
Create an elongated look with a slender sheath. Opt for gowns with empire waists that draw the eye up. Be wary of voluminous ballgowns that can overwhelm your small frame.
Left: Monique Lhuillier; Right: Temperley London
A corseted bodice will redefine your shape. Dresses with a lining also ensure a better, sleeker fit. Slimming A-line skirts are universally flattering. Try a tea-length to show off shapely ankles.
Left: Allure Bridals; Right: David's Bridal
An A-line gown is the perfect silhouette, as it will disguise fuller hips. Also consider dresses with textural and style details up top to balance out your proportions.
Left to right: Pronovias; Amsale; Oscar de la Renta