Turn heads with a sheath dress

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An a-line sheath dress is a wardrobe classic, which can be worn to work, for holiday parties and even for a girl’s night out. Basically this fashion garment has been designed to cling to your body and accentuate your curves without being uncomfortable.

The most preferred way to wear a sheath dress is slightly below the knee or at the knee level. This makes your legs look slender and attractive. You can wear the outfit with or without sleeves or even try the strapless look. The versatile sheath can be worn in ruffle or classic empire waistline styles too.

Celebs like Tyra Banks and Anne Hathaway love sheath dresses. Recently Tyra flaunted a black Halo Rita sheath dress, which doubles as a dependable LBD too. It had a pleated top with a deep v-neck that was flirty but not too revealing.

Sheath dress fabrics range from silk and crepes to lacy georgettes and satins. Edgy styles like leather sheaths have also become immensely popular with the younger crowd. Though it exudes effortless fashion on its own, the sheath dress can be further stylized with accessories.

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You can turn heads by pairing this outfit with a chic hem-length coat, bolero, cardigan or a snug ladies houndstooth jacket. Add a broad belt to highlight your waist. The best part is that the classic a-line sheath comes in a range of patterns to hide problem areas, while accentuating the right curves.

No matter how you sport it, the sheath dress is always a winner. So pick a style that suits your body type and style and get ready to become a head-tuner.

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