pink top and skirt

Body conscious dresses.  I love the way they look – celebrating curves – but I don’t love that I have to be so aware or self conscious of my posture, not overeating so I don’t feel uncomfortable, etc.

I absolutely love this top and skirt set (and think they would be great as separates also) and wanted to show how you can easily layer over your form-fitting outfit for a more approachable look that still shows some curves.  There is no point in wearing anything you don’t feel confident in, and sometimes layering helps me take something that I might initially question to a place where I feel en fuego.

Did I technically layer with a robe kimono that can be worn as a house robe?  Yes.  But I mean, versatility is everything!  If you think it works, I say go for it.

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top | skirt, also loving this dress and this dress | kimono robe, also love this one and this one for outdoor wearing and this one and this one for house robes | heels, similar look for less here (I have in two colors and love them) | sunglasses, similar look for less | bag, also love this one | gold bangles | similar diamond bracelet | similar large hoop earrings | smaller hoop earrings

What’s your stance on body conscious dresses?  Are you up for them or not so much?  If your answer is not so much, would you reconsider with layering or no?

Thanks so much for reading – XO –

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2 thoughts on “Styling Bodycon Outfits

  1. Great idea! As a very curvy woman, this post is extremely helpful for styling things I normally may not have worn.

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