What is a Sundress?
A casual or formal sundress is a lighter or fluffier dress meant to be worn throughout warmer weather, often in a light cotton fabric, most often light blue, and most often loose-fitting. It’s usually a short-sleeved dress, usually with a shorter neckline and thinner shoulder straps, and can be either backless or even semi-backless. Many choose the style because it’s easier to wear one on a hot day, or during an outdoor event such as a picnic, a beach, or pool party. Others like it because it provides a more formal look than a normal skirt. These dresses are especially popular at weddings and bridesmaid parties, where they’re worn just like a pair of jeans with no extra accessories.
Although there are many different designs available, there are some rules to keep in mind when choosing a dress. The best way to choose a sundress is by your shape. Taller women should choose a sundress that is a little longer, to give them room for movement. They should also wear a strapless bra with good coverage, as a strapless bra gives them the support they need. Short girls can wear an empire waist dress that has a high collar and low waist, or an empire-waist dress with long sleeves and a ruffle hemline. For a great fit, opt for a one-shoulder dress with either a halter neck or no neckline at all.
Look for the cut of the dress. A lot of designers create dresses that look very similar but actually don’t fit very well, causing the wearer to have a very tight or ill-fitting dress. A designer’s cut is not the only thing to consider when looking at a dress. The fabrics, such as the fabric of the skirt and the color, the quality of the fabric (whether it’s silk velvet, or satin), and the cut of the dress are all important. If you’re planning on having the dress personalized, choose a designer that offers personalized services. Personalized garments tend to feel very nice and show off the unique touch and design.