A bandage dress, also known as a body suit, is long form fitting and typically of stretch material that help support and shape a woman’s curves. Think of them like spandex or an extra skin. These typically have less sex appeal than a more form-fitting top. Short for the hourglass, a body con dress has been tailored to fit a more slender body shape, so as to not conform too much to a particular woman’s figure.
While there are many different styles of bandage dress on the market today, here are some tips on how to wear them to look your best. The key to wearing these dresses is to make sure you choose one that compliments you and enhances your best features. Choose a style that flatters your upper body, while highlighting your best assets. This way you’ll wear a dress that helps highlight all of your beautiful feminine curves.
Also, one thing to keep in mind is that there are two different kinds of bandage dresses available. There are those that are made from fitted fabric, and there are those that are designed to be loose fitting. The fitted fabric ones tend to be more flattering to women who are heavier at the top, because the fabric tightens as you go lower, but allows you to breathe as well. If you would like to wear a dress that is loose fitting, then opt for evening length dresses that hug your hips more. You can also opt for camisole style tops that offer added support to the upper part of your body, while creating a little “bohemian” appearance.
Here are some tips to remember before and after you shop for your next pair of undergarments. To begin with, here’s what to look for in your ideal bandage dress. These tips are equally applicable to whatever style of sexy lingerie you may be considering purchasing:
– Color: Choosing a color that flatters your skin tone will be one of the best ways to ensure that your outfit looks as great on you as it looks on the hanger. This means choosing colors that complement your skin tone and the hair color, and avoiding colors that clash. For example, if you have dark colored hair, avoid wearing black bandage dresses. Likewise, it’s important to steer clear of bright colors. Women who are red heads should stick with earth tones and violets, while sun lovers should choose pastels and softer colors like pale pinks and blues.
– Fabric: Bandage dresses can be made from a variety of fabrics, such as nylon, spandex, cotton, lace, silk, and mesh. Choose a fabric that compliments your body, such as cotton for a pregnant woman or spandex for a figure-flattering teddy. By contrast, avoid choosing fabrics that have too much texture, such as wool. To enhance the overall look of your bust, tuck in your bottom lip with decorative embellishments; to enhance the overall look of your shoulders, tuck in your bottom lip with decorative embellishments that run all the way to the shirt collar.
Keep these tips in mind as you shop for your perfect sexy bandage dress, and you’ll ensure that every time you step out into public, you’re guaranteed to turn heads and draw admiring glances from people of all ages.