On their quest to achieve a perfect hourglass figure, celebrities are loving optical illusion dresses and gowns. Celebs wear optical silhouettes from Stella McCartney to Monique Lhuillier high-end designs, to the red carpet. An optical illusion dress is always two toned and body con, usually in neutral colors with dark shade framing its sides creating more emphasized curves and narrower waist, and either a long or a short dress. If you too want to get that coveted hourglass figure, here are the optical illusion dresses I recommend.
Optical illusion dresses designed with lace and/or ruching are both girly and flattering. The smoke rose Mattise dress which features that sweet ruching on the skirt is styled with decadent lace side panels. While the Jane Norman and Warehouse dresses are wrapped with (jacquard) lace polished with elegant black side panels.
If you´re into ultra-elegance, opt for neutral colored optical illusion dresses such as a black and white or a black and gray. Bright colors can distract the vertical lines so a sleek minimalist dress gives you more favor. A textured dress featuring tweed separates (Karen Millen´s dress first from the left) can be worn with a gold buckle dress to really emphasize the waist, while a black and white body con looks perfect with a pair of cap-toe pumps.
What do you think of optical illusion dresses? Would you consider wearing