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5 Popular Dresses That Will Make Your Style Stand Out

By Demi Mist @Beautyandmist

Out of all the dresses you could own, which are your favorites? Are you able to pinpoint why those dresses are your favorite compared to other dresses in your closet? A lot of women have a good idea of why they prefer certain dresses. One of the biggest reasons is because the dress flatters you. Another reason is that the style of the dress really makes you stand out in a crowd. If you would like more dresses that make your style stand out, there are many companies that have dresses with unique features. Let's go over some dresses that really stand out from the rest.

The Tie-Front Dress

This style of dress ties over the breasts or just under the breasts for a push-up bra effect without the push-up bra. Whether you have larger or smaller bosoms, this style of the dress emphasizes these assets and flatters the rest of your figure. The flowing ruffled skirts end at either knee-length or mid-calf length that can make you look taller too.

Clementine Tiered Maxi Dress

The style of this long (or "maxi") dress is free-flowing and simple, but it's the color that makes you stand out. A beautiful shade of summer orange complements a lot of different skin tones, something not a lot of dresses or dress colors can do. The Clementine Tiered Maxi Dress can be worn as a festive summer party dress, don a cardigan, shrug, or bolero jacket for cooler weather.

The Dress That's Also a Tunic and Shorts

If you love wearing shorter dresses but want to remain modest when dancing or sitting, opt for this style of dress. It's about mid-thigh in length but has a secret pair of short shorts underneath. You can feel comfortable wearing something that is short and feminine but protects your privacy too.

The Ruffled Mini-Dress

This is one party dress that doubles as casual shopping wear. Buy it in a pretty feminine print, or if you can find it, in solid black for that perfect LBD (little black dress). It has lots of ruffles to please, and a keyhole back for style and comfort.

The Two-Piece Dress That Looks Like One Piece

A popular design in many wedding gowns, a two-piece dress looks like one complete dress when put together. Additionally, this style of dress doubles as two separate pieces you can pair with other items in your wardrobe. Pairing it with other bottoms or tops creates multiple new looks that are never boring.

Buying Dresses Online

Nowadays, a number of women purchase dresses online. The dresses available are very different from the ones sold in big box stores or local boutiques. You are sure to find all of the above and more to suit your style.

About the author:

Lizzie Weakley is a freelance writer from Columbus, Ohio. In her free time, she enjoys the outdoors and walks in the park with her husky, Snowball.

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