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Girls are always worried about which kind of dress is their perfect formal dress. The first thing we should consider is theformal dress style. If you find the right online shop (such as the for formal dress but do not know what kind of dress is perfect for you. Here are some good advices for the formal dress shopping tips. Do enjoy yourself.


Forms and Shapes: Silhouette or Shape of the Formal Dresses: Depends on the lady's figure. For example, some figure flaws can be hidden with an A-Line style: It has a slimming shape, vertical seams from the shoulder down, and ends with a flared skirt, resembling a letter A shape. A more traditional style, the Ball Gown - a dress with a full bodice with natural waistline and a full skirt - is elegant on most body shapes and helps to make your face, neck, and waist stand out while covering difficult hips. But if you are proud of your curvy body, then check out the Mermaid, a narrow style with tight body and a skirt that flares at the knees. This style is less comfortable than the others. For the same body-fitting but more comfortable silhouette, the Sheath, similar to the Mermaid, closely follows the body line, and has no defined waistline. This style well accommodates shorter ladies, because its clean, horizontal line helps to create a taller image.


Neck Line: The dress neck line supports and gratifies your shoulders, chest, upper back, and your neck. There are many neck line styles: Halter (which comes with a sleeveless gown with a high choke neck), Jewel (which circles the base of your neck), Portrait (with a shawl collar), Queen Anne (with a high rising collar), Sabrina (with a high scoop neck), Spaghetti Straps (thin straps), and Wedding Band (with an elaborate band fitting on the neck); just to name a few.


Sleeve Length: There are 3/4 length, long, short, sleeveless, spaghetti straps, and strapless, etc.


Dress Length dictates the distance from the bottom of your dress to the ground. In general, the more formal your occasion is the longer dress length you need to choose. A dress length is somewhere between Floor-Length (hemline is 1/2-2in from floor), Tea Length (8-10in from the floor), Ballet Length (hemline falls just above the ankles), and Mini Length (the shortest, with hemline falls just above the knees). Remember to take account of your shoes when you choose the length.


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