How to Change the Course of Women’s Fashion: From Shapewear to Shaper Dress

You can keep up with fashion trends without being a hostage to a specific style. This is interesting because you can be free to create whatever looks you want. More than keeping up with clothes that are in fashion, you should choose the piece that looks good on your body.

How to Change the Course of Women's Fashion: From Shapewear to Shaper Dress

A secret that many women are unaware of is in the simple act of shaping bodysuits. So it is possible to have a perfect body in a matter of seconds without worry or effort. You can even use different types of shapewear to make your style impeccable. 

Transform your look with the clothes you already have in your closet

You can create different looks with the clothes you already have in your closet. For this, you must create a modeling of your body using shapewear.

A model like the Eco-Friendly Seamless Shapewear Bodysuit it can be used both with part of the main outfit, as it goes very well with jeans. But it can also be explored in other possibilities under any outfit, as it is a seamless body shaper, it does not have exaggerated markings.

How to Change the Course of Women's Fashion: From Shapewear to Shaper Dress

You can wear this piece to work, gym, outdoor walk. There are many options to explore. It has eco-friendly fabric made from recycled nylon, breathable and comfortable. Stretchy fabric is perfect for flattening your tummy and thighs. 

A dress is an essential item for a woman

You must have at least one dress in your closet. But if you think about the versatility they deliver, you’ll want to have many more. They never go out of style. The use of lounge dresses makes the female figure impeccable and will earn you many compliments from different people. The Built-In Shapewear Modal Soft Lounge Dresses is available in three styles:

1- Slip Mini Dress

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Jennifer Lopez Says Ben Affleck Gives Her Fashion Advice

Ben Affleck, king of award show memes and number one Dunkin’ Donuts fan, has secretly played a role in styling some of our favorite red-carpet fashion moments. Speaking with Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos during her May 5 appearance on “Live With Kelly and Mark,” Jennifer Lopez revealed that Affleck has been moonlighting as her personal stylist behind the scenes.

“He’ll joke with me sometimes, though, and he’ll say things like, ‘Where’s the rest of the shirt?'”

“Yes, he absolutely does,” Lopez confirmed, laughing, when Consuelos asked if Affleck gives her fashion advice. In the same way that Affleck is brutally honest about his past roommates, he doesn’t hold back when it comes to critiquing Lopez’s style.

“He doesn’t come to the fittings or anything like that, but I feel like if I’m getting dressed and we’re going to a red carpet or some big event — like he had his [“Air”] premiere — I’m like, ‘Do you like this one or this one?’ And he’s like, ‘I like that,’ or ‘Oh! That’s so much better on you than the other one.’ Sometimes it’s not what I think, too, which is funny.” For the record, Lopez looked incredible at the “Air” premiere in a neon green Antonio Grimaldi dress covered in crystal beading.

When Ripa asked if Affleck has any specific judging criteria — namely, whether he prefers sexier outfits — Lopez clarified that her husband lives in the moment when it comes to fashion. “I don’t think he prefers either or,” Lopez said. “It’s just whatever looks the nicest or what he thinks looks the nicest in that moment. He’ll joke with me sometimes, though, and he’ll say things like, ‘Where’s the rest of the shirt?’ or things like that. And I’m like, ‘This one doesn‘t

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The eight style lessons to take away from London Fashion Week

When the going gets tough, the tough dress up. Always have. Always will. It’s an atavistic human reflex. When battle looms you literally slap on your war paint. Maxed-out glamour during the 1930s. Lipstick duties during the 1940s. Solar bursts of yellow, body-caressing, stretchy knits, grown-up knee-length skirts, the crispest of shirts, plush coats and a whole lot of dress-up kit at London Fashion Week, February 2023.

This is not a balmy climate, particularly if you’re an independent designer without the cushion of perfumes, sunglasses and make-up to prop you up through the lean times and the occasional global pandemic.

And yet… this is the first time since Covid closed everything down that London Fashion Week has seemed close to recovering its old sparky spirit – both on the catwalk and the line up of A-listers in attendance, from Vanessa Redgrave to Florence Pugh and Stormzy, all proving that British fashion is still a draw.

It helped that Burberry is back here, with a new designer, 37-year-old Daniel Lee, who combines a rugged Yorkshire sensibility with the impeccable Milanese savoir-faire he learned during his spectacularly successful tenure at Bottega Veneta. Of special note: the cosy coats and functional trenches, trimmed with a mix of sheepskin and fake fur – and the deluxe saddle and gardener’s bags. 

Then there are the smaller but long-lived labels such as Roksanda, Erdem, Christopher Kane and Emilia Wickstead whose loyal fan bases have focused their designer minds on the kind of clothes that work for real life. Add in the pipeline of younger talent such as Tove, the label founded in 2019 by two Topshop veterans, and Richard Quinn, who won the first Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design in 2018 and has subsequently finessed his exuberant glamour into a supremely sophisticated

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Ashley Graham’s Moschino cutlery dress won Milan Fashion Week

No-one is doing it quite like Ashley Graham. The super model is a much-needed force of positivity in the fashion industry, known for her sense of humour, candour about everything from body confidence to boob sweat, and gorgeous looks.

What’s some of our favourite Ashley fits? Well, we’re glad you asked! There’s been her caramel latex dress (that made reference to an *iconique* Friends moment), a stunning bleached brow moment, a Spice Girls-inspired sparkling micro skirt and Union Jack bag and a gorge fitted brown midi dress with matching bomber jacket. We’re obsessed with her style, we can’t lie!

And now she has stepped out in an ensemble that’s fit for the history books! At Milan Fashion Week, where designers are showing their AW23 collections, she turned up in a look that’s good enough to eat! Ashley had already graced the runway at Dolce & Gabbana and then swung by the Moschino show – known for its outlandish designs courtesy of Jeremy Scott – to watch the runway collection from the front row. And the outfit she wore? Chef’s kiss.

Specifically, she turned up in a gastronomy-themed black dress that was good enough to eat. Firstly, it had a neckline and sleeves imitating the structured, short collar look of a chef‘s jacket but and also embellished with literal cutlery in gold, sewn onto the dress‘s bodice. It then cascaded out into a full skirt, draped over layers of see-through tulle.

She accessorised the look with an updo, chunky gold, heart-shaped earrings and gold eyeshadow. The best bit was undoubtedly the captions she wrote when she posted the looks to her IG grid in two separate posts: “dinner is served” and “@moschino ate”.

Very much a mood!

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Are Jeans Business Casual? | POPSUGAR Fashion

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Jeans are the number one staple for so many people around the world, but they haven’t always been considered the foundation to a solid business-casual work outfit. However, following the pandemic, many office dress codes have gotten more lax, and we’ve seen a rise in denim trends that do feel appropriate for teaming with boxy blazers, structural bags, loafers, and modest shirts — even if it’s just for a midday business meeting out to lunch. Even polished co-ord sets come by way of denim and are easily complemented by a power pump or leather boot.

As for other silhouettes to try, there are high-rise trousers with ornate-looking buttons that have either a wide-leg or tapered hem with a front slit or zipper. For the former option, allow your “sailor pants” to have full attention by tucking in a turtleneck or pussy-bow blouse and finishing with a chunky shoe. For the latter, a cropped jacket and some eye-catching jewelry feel a touch edgy and are an easy way to play up your hardware without going overboard.

Of course, ’80s-inspired paper-bag pants also often come in super-dark washes or a more movable, stretch linen blend that fits the bill when you’re on the job. Stirrups are yet another detail you can look for to keep your pant hem clean, rather than rugged and distressed. Finally, you can nod to the fall 2023 runways, where we saw many a skirt or dress layered over pants, and allow just a peek of your denim to slip out from under a free-flowing silk or chiffon midi.


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I have big boobs – I found 4 cute and flattering dresses on Amazon including a $30 mini

A FASHION TikTok creator says she has discovered the best Amazon dresses for bustier body types.

All of the dresses featured in Kathryn Zingone’s TikTok are under $50 and flatter curvier frames.

TikTok creator Kathryn Zingone makes hauls for fashion enthusiasts with bigger boobs


TikTok creator Kathryn Zingone makes hauls for fashion enthusiasts with bigger boobsCredit: TikTok/kattttttzingoneeee
The first dress (pictured) is available on Amazon for $34


The first dress (pictured) is available on Amazon for $34Credit: TikTok/kattttttzingoneeee

The Charleston-based digital creator often shares her fashion hauls for those with bigger chests.

In a new video uploaded in July, she spotlights clothing she bought on Amazon.

Her first look is a flowing maxi dress in punch red by R.Vivimos for $34.

Zingone paired the look with white sandals for a summer vibe.

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The second look, a tiered white maxi by Floerns, has an open back and a square neck ruffle.

The dress, which ties in the back for a fresh look, retails for $44.

The third outfit, also by Floerns, features a sweetheart puff sleeve and retails for $39.

The final look by the brand Merzhiiry is a ruffled puff-sleeved square neckline dress.

Zingone paired it with black Steve Madden cowboy boots.

The TikToker purchased all of the dresses in a size small.

She also offered bra fashion advice in the comments section of the video.

The second dress (pictured) is available on Amazon for $34 and comes in a variety of colors


The second dress (pictured) is available on Amazon for $34 and comes in a variety of colorsCredit: TikTok/kattttttzingoneeee
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The third dress (pictured) retails for $39 by the brand FloernsCredit: TikTok/kattttttzingoneeee

“The only one I’m wearing a bra w is the last one! The first I actually have

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15 Dresses to Shop Before Summer Ends

No matter the occasion or season, there are always plenty of opportunities to wear a dress and, of course, an overwhelming amount of options from which to pick. And since there really is no bad time of year to invest in one, we’ve put together a monthly edit of our favorite dresses you can shop right now.

August seems to be the most relaxed month of summer—perhaps you’ve settled into your routine by now or your long-awaited holiday has finally arrived. It’s a time not only to enjoy the final weeks of the season but also to think about the next. This month is the perfect opportunity to shop for those last-minute vacation items while also looking ahead to fall wardrobes. Our edit of dresses to shop this month will help make the transition easier. You can find everything from mini beach dresses to cashmere tank midis. There are denim shirtdresses and long-sleeve gingham frocks hand-selected to go with your sandals now and fall boots later, all in straightforward silhouettes that help to transcend seasons.

Find 15 dresses to pack with you on holiday now and keep in your rotation when you get back. Shop our August edit, below.

The Updated Slip

A slip dress, but better.

Ulla Johnson Neveah plissé-satin midi-dress

The Occasion Option

Sir’s candy-colored organza dress is an elegant interpretation of the casual summer maxi and a stylish option for your remaining summer or fall weddings.

Sir. Lucelia cross-back maxi dress

The Endless-Summer Dress

Swinging fringe, keyhole cutouts, and a sunrise-motif print: This dress belongs in Ibiza.

Paco Rabanne embellished fringed printed organic cotton-jersey maxi dress

The Fall Forward

Keep your autumn wardrobe in mind when shopping the last of the sales this month. Get this transitional tie-dye knit midi for less than $200.

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