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    Default Dress for an apple shape

    Hi all, I'm looking for a dress to wear to a wedding in sept. Dress code is pretty standard, it's an intimate wedding where we are going out after it.
    I want something that's loose/flowy over shoulders (hate my arms) but a bit on the shorter side (my legs are nicer than my arms lol). I consider myself an apple shape, biggish bust but not much of a waist, largish hips, not much of a butt and thin-ish legs. I would like something brightly coloured too any ideas??

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    Maybe a dress that has an A-line or a pattern? Like a dark floral with pops of colours?

    My fave dresses are 'colour blocking' -- black or dark colours going all the way down on both sides with a lighter colour going all the way down the middle.
    So easy to dress up and down.

    Hope I might have helped!

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    Thank you 😀

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    That's ok! ☺️ good luck! Dress shopping is fun lol

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    Try birdsnest.com.au you can filter by body type and occasion

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    I'm an apple, but taller and not very big bust. I find an a-line that goes out from directly under the bust always flatters. Like this


    For the arms thing, I'd get a nice cardigan in an open-knit. There's lots around coming in to spring. That way you open up a lot more dress options as most of them have no sleeves. Like this:

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    Just some ideas
    This one with a little cardi or shawl to cover your arms
    http://www.birdsnest.com.au/womens/o...ectric-cascade

    Again with a shawl or wrap
    http://www.birdsnest.com.au/womens/o...ly-like-louise

    Or something like this
    http://www.birdsnest.com.au/womens/outfits/tempt-me

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    I swear when I read the title I immediately thought that you were looking for an "apple" shaped dress.

    At work we were talking about dress up parties and themes (one being dressing up as food)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BlueBirds View Post
    I swear when I read the title I immediately thought that you were looking for an "apple" shaped dress.

    At work we were talking about dress up parties and themes (one being dressing up as food)

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    Lol I even changed the title because I thought that's how it would be read!!!

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    Thank you all 😃 given me some more ideas!! Honestly I hate dress shopping!!!


 

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