Done right, this new mix of proportions has a great thrown-on cool—and a whole lot of sex appeal.
This is one of the coolest silhouettes around—but in order for it to look right, the waistline and hem have to fall at the right spots. Here's how to pull it off effortlessly.
We love the openness of this bare-heeled style, but the lack of strap makes it perilously easy to slip right out of it.
Trick How-to advice from Lucky's editors and experts. (updated May 2007)
These sophisticated dresses have volume through the middle and then nip in slightly at the bottom—the result is surprisingly sexy. Here's how to get them right.
These lean, full-length pieces can look quite sharp when paired with a nipped little jacket.
Fit How-to advice from Lucky's editors and experts. (updated October 2006)
This swingy piece has a retro '60s, Mia Farrow cool, and the boxy cut can actually be quite flattering—as long as you get the details right.
Our senior beauty editor, Cristina Mueller, approached this swingy, '50s-style blouse with a fair amount of skepticism. But following a couple of easy shopping rules prevents this from being the case.
Fit How-to advice from Lucky's editors and experts. (updated May 2006)
This roomy item seems, at first glance, like it could hide any flaw.
Fit How-to advice from Lucky's editors and experts. (updated April 2006)
These have a crisp, Audrey Hepburn vibe, but they're so body-conscious that you've got to be extra-precise with the cut.
This voluminous shape can cause a struggle in the dressing room: Where, exactly, is that band supposed to sit?