Curves On

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Outfit Details:

Dress: Belle Jean Clothing

Shoes: So fab!

Accessories: Beads and Pearls.

 

The dress that I am blogging today is the exact same dress that I wore when I attended Ayala Style Origin with Allison Harvard and Tim Yap. This dress has been in my closet for quite some time now. It is just waiting for the right occasion to be worn. Finally, when I got invited for the event, I finally had the chance to wear it. I am not really into tight fitting clothes because I am too conscious with my flabs and I am not very confident to flaunt curves. Though this dress made me look otherwise after a crash-granola diet, I would still be watching what I eat until I change my clothes. I guess this is a common dilemma among all girls. On a lighter note I am still very happy that I was able to pull this off by maintaining small intakes and stomach in techniques. Lol.

 

Girls are capable of wearing body con dresses especially those with the right curves at the right places. Each person has different body type. All you need to do is to find what style suits you best. My body and built is not made for body con, so I always find something chic and loose with a flowy skirt. But that doesn’t mean I cannot wear body con, because I do. But I try to choose the ones that emphasize and flaunt the curves.

 

 

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  • Monique Bernardo

    Murag nanambok ka war.. haha.. peace..

  • Luanne Vanderbilt

    The dress is nice, it emphasizes your curves. Wondering if I can pull this off myself. Ha-ha