A fit and flare is a dress style featuring a fitted upper body and a full skirt. It is basically fitted through the waist and flaring out at or below the hips. Fit and flare dresses have been around forever and are making a comeback in the high fashion world. The fit and flare dress is a trend that is your friend! If you do not own one, you better choose a style now and try it on. Fit and flare dresses, sometimes called skater dresses as in ice skaters and are extremely flattering on all body types. The snug body and short flouncy hemline create the illusion of a little waist and long legs. Adding a belt only helps to give more style.
This is a dress that is extremely flattering on you because of the narrowing of the waist, this fit looks amazing on all body types. They hide problem areas and give you a slim, tailored waist. Throw on this dress for the day and you will look effortlessly chic. Whether it’s brunch with the girls or picnic with your significant other, these fit-and-flare styles will add the perfect look as you go about your day.
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