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You Are Never Fully Dressed Without A SmileShirt DressA-lineEmpireBlousonShift TentSheath PrincessHigh WaistDrop WaistTunicAsymmetrical


Shirt Dress: A dress with a collar and buttons in the style of a shirt, typically cut without a seam at the waist.

An A-line skirt is a skirt that is fitted at the hips and gradually widens towards the hem, giving the impression of the shape of a capital letter A. The term is also used to describe dresses and coats with a similar shape.

Empire silhouette, Empire line, Empire waist or just Empire is a style in women's clothing in which the dress has a fitted bodice ending just below the bust, giving a high-waisted appearance, and a gathered skirt which is long and loosely fitting but skims the body rather than being supported by voluminous petticoats.


a woman's outer garment having a drawstring, belt, or similar closing, at or below the waist, which causes it to blouse. of or relating to such a garment, the style it exemplifies, or something considered to resemble this style, as a hairdo: a blouson dress; the blouson effect; a blouson bob.

A shift dress is a short dress that lacks detailed shaping. Usually sleeveless, these dresses can be plain or feature A-line skirts or empire waists. Fashion icons Audrey Hepburn and Jacqueline Kennedy made these dresses famous in the late 1950s and early 1960s.

Tent: A full, loose-fitting dress that is narrow at the shoulders and very wide at the hem, having no waistline or darts.


Sheath : A close-fitting cover for something, especially something that is elongated in shape, in particular. A woman's close-fitting dress.

A princess line or princess dress describes a woman's fitted dress or other garment cut in long panels without a horizontal join or separation at the waist. Instead of relying on darts to shape the garment, its fit is achieved with long seams and shaped pattern pieces.

A high-rise or high-waisted garment is one designed to sit high on, or above, the wearer's hips, usually at least 8 centimetres (3 inches) higher than the navel. In western cultures, high-rise jeans were especially common in the 1970s, in competition with low-rise pants.


Drop Waist: A style of waistline on a dress cut so that the seam is positioned at the hips rather than the waist.

Tunics are extremely versatile and can be worn with pants, shorts, and skirts. Because tunics are loose-fitting tops, they look best with leggings, skinny jeans, and other form-fitting pants. When worn with a skirt, it is important for women to make sure that the skirt is several inches longer than the tunic.

Asymmetrical: A total wrap over statement