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Knit Dresses for Real Bodies

Too often, they're scarily clingy—or overly boxy—in all the wrong places. Here are options that really work on different figures.

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Her Concern: Wide Hips
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An Empire waist creates a slimming effect over the hips; the bell-shaped skirt just barely skims the body.
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Waistless trapeze cuts are the best camouflage and hang in a simple, pretty way.
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To balance out a curvy top, look for a snug fit in the middle and a slightly flared hem.

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