Feminine top in white crepe with thin straps. Deep v-style back & straight cut.
Émeline measures 1m70 and is wearing French size 36.
Crepe: 83% acetate 17% viscose.
Lining 100% polyester.
What are you looking for?
If you hesitate between two sizes, please contact your personal stylist via firstname.lastname@example.org
X or 8 silhouette
Silhouette with hips and shoulders of equal sizes with a marked waist.
It’s the easiest and most feminine silhouette to dress because everything suits it. The bodycon dresses are ideal for this silhouette.
Yes to everything!
H or I silhouette
Silhouette with hips and shoulders of equal size to the the waist. Slightly androgynous silhouette by its lack of waist.
To feminize it, it is necessary to create an illusion of a waist by marking and highlighting it with high-waisted dresses.
No to tight or straight dresses. Yes to high-waisted dresses or belted-dresses.
Silhouette with shoulders wider than the hips, with or without a marked waist.
For this silhouette we try to soften the shoulders with classic sleeves and. We prefer voluminous or pleated skirts to restore the volume on the lower body and rebalance the silhouette.
No to V necklines and short sleeves. Yes to pleated and pleated skirts.
Silhouette with the hips wider than theshoulders, with or without a marked waist.
For this silhouette we try to soften the hips with straight and simple skirts.We prefer to accentuate the volume on the upper body with blousing top, short sleeves or epaulettes rebalancing the silhouette.
No to pleated skirts or mermaid dresses. Yes to V-necklines, short sleeves and blousing dresses.
Silhouette with shoulders and hips of equal size but with volume at the level of the belly.
For this silhouette it is necessary to “hide” the belly with blousing pieces and to put our attention on the shoulders to rebalance the silhouette. Pleated skirts are avoided, straight skirts are preferred.
No to tight dresses and voluminous skirts. Yes to the blousing and fluid dresses on the top of the body.
The measuring tape must be taken without tightening it too much.
1 – Chest measurement
The measuring tape must make the entire width of the bust and must be put over the nipples (without bra or with underwear you will wear at your wedding, ex: adhesive cups)
2 – Under chest measurement
Place the measuring tape around your chest, below your breast. Slightly lift the cups if needed.
3 – Waist measurement
Place the measuring tape just above your navel, at the narrowest part of your waist.
4 – Hips
Place the measuring tape over both hip bones.
5 – Lower Hips
Place the measuring tape where the hips are the widest.
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