Monday, April 18, 2011

The Look Draped Goddess

Ah! What woman would not want to be loved back like a goddess - to look and feel that she is perfect, flawless character or appearance! Unfortunately this state of being is a dream for most of us mortal women struggling with various problems of body image. Well, there's a way to get a sense of the divine in the search - at least temporarily - with the use of a shrouded goddess dress.

These Greek-inspired dresses wrapped around the body beautiful, with emphasis on the bust and the problems of disguise. They are made of flexible materials and fluid most of plane figures. Check out five dresses that can give you a goddess wrapped compare:

1. Matilde BCBGMAXAZRIA empire waist dress shoulder

If you want to Aphrodite, in the evening, try this BCBG shoulder dress (above left). This is an elegant full-length white dress with padded bust and waist empire. This is a crossover band, and they gather in front.

2. Ali Ro Greek stretched silk gown draped

This single-shoulder gown with a greek (above, third from left) is in line with the trend in the spring of neutral colors. Her soft stretch silk curtains beautifully throughout the body, improve its shape, while the diagonally draped bodice and a skirt to hide the lack of overlap bulging belly! This dress is a jewel detail shoulder. If you prefer, you can add color to pop outfit with a brightly colored clutch, or bracelet.

3. Laila Azhar Azhar unbalanced panel dressLaila asymmetrical panel dress

A very simple but elegant dress Laila Azhar their autumn of 2010, this little black dress is inspired by the dress. She has a waist darts and princess seams to give a figure flattering silhouette.

4. Heritage Halston lamé dress

Do you want to shine and shine? This silver dress (above, right) is a crack front and wrapped in the front. Use met the shoulder or draped around the arm. Dazzle everyone in this Greek goddess inspired dress!

5. Diane von Furstenberg "Agantha" one shoulder print dress

Faith makes things a different way? What about printed dress greek! Diane von Furstenburg dress This beautiful asymmetrical (above, second from left) gives you a figure flattering silhouette benefit and a stylish look casual but at the same time.

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