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Your guide to fall's best dresses for your bod

 
 
It’s fun to throw on cute dresses all fall long, but it can be tricky to figure out which style will flatter you the most. Each shape calls for different cuts that accentuate your best parts. We’ve got the guide on which dress to choose that’ll look positively perfect on your bod. 

 

 

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    If you’re a Ruler

    Add some volume to your long, lean frame with ruffles. Flowy dresses will help form more of a shape on your bod. This femme frock has a fresh pattern and will accentuate your slim figure. So cute with a denim jacket and combat boots for a Saturday apple-picking adventure.

     

    Narmada Dress, $35, pacsun.com

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    If you’re Curvy

    For your rockin’ hourglass shape, you want to show off your curves, not camouflage ’em. You’ll turn all eyes on you with a fitted top and cinched waist that flaunts what you’ve got. Don’t go too short, as a slightly longer hemline will work best on ya. This lace dress will help you flaunt your fave features. Rock it with w9estern booties and a stack of bangles for a casual school day get-up.

     

    Lace Skater Dress, $48, nordstrom.com

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    If you’re Petite

    Something too long or too baggy will leave you drowning in your dress! Sticking to shorter hemlines will be your best bet. This skater dress cut will give the illusion of a higher waist, and thus longer legs, making you appear a little taller. We love the romantic lace print on this dress—bonus points for the longer sleeves that’ll keep you warm on your next date night.

     

    Lace Up Skater Dress, $46, nordstrom.com

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    If you’re Plus

    Grab a wrap dress that will hug curves and highlight your waist. Wraps are super flattering on you—and will create a gorge silhouette. Pick a dress with a trendy chevron pattern and watch how often you wear it!

     

    Chevron Wrap Dress, $31, loveculture.com

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    If you’re Tall

    Show off your looong legs and keep things simple with a short swingy number. This colorblock frock is cute and trendy, but still allows for your best assets to take center stage. Our tip: Going short? Make sure you stay covered up on top to avoid showing too much skin.

     

    Sleek Colorblocked Shift Dress, $25, forever21.com

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    If you’re Pear

    You want a dress that will float around your hips without being too wide. Choose a dress that whittles your itty bitty waist, highlighting this flaunt-worthy feature. A statement collar draws the eye up and frames your face. Don’t be afraid to pick a punchy color!

     

    Sapphire For Hire Dress, $35, modcloth.com

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    If you’re Apple

    Snag a shift dress that feels a bit looser around your middle. A longer sleeve and a great print will draw the eye down and lengthen you out. Rock a paisley print shift with knee-high boots and cozy tights. So cute.

     

    Women’s Printed Shift Dress, $30, oldnavy.com

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