Every woman needs a wrap dress. They are the most flattering style for all body shapes and no matter what you have or don't have, you will ALWAYS look amazing in a wrap style frock. Now I seem to have more faux wraps in my collection that real versions but this month I've added what just happens to be the best wrap I've every worn to my collection.
Royal Wrap Dress from Embody - $229.95
One of the leaders in curve loving fashion in Australia has to be Embody. I've worn their amazing jeans over the last few years but until now I'd never had the chance to slip into anything from their clothing range. Focusing on the size range of 12 to 22 they create the perfect fit to a plus size figure and as you can see from these images an amazing wrap dress to hug ever so tightly on an hour glass shape.
I'm wearing the Royal Wrap in a size 16 and it's a perfect fit with just the right amount of stretch to hug my curves and one of most flattering necklines I've ever worn. I ADORE the way this deep V shape neckline accentuates my assets and how the skirt sits on my hips. The best thing about a wrap style dress is the way they hide or flatter problem areas such as a tummy. Like most girls I have a little bit of a tummy but with shapewear and the right dress it can be hidden with ease.
You might have noticed that I'm also wearing a colour I rarely tend to own - navy blue/indigo. I actually love this shade but as I'm crazy for all things black and super dark I find navy a little harder to accessorize. But from the moment I tried on this stunning dress I already started planning outfits - red heels and hair flowers for the summer, blue tights and chocolate brown knee high boots for the winter! Why was I ever scared of this colour? It's simple!!
Now if I could only get my hands on any of these other styles my life would be complete!! I adore the emerald green shade and shape of the Cleo dress, the mod vibes of the Evie and I've been searching the globe for a maxi like the Birkin. A fashion fairy godmother is needed asap!
Many thanks once again to the brilliant L12 Photography for snapping these shots for me.