SUBMIT MY INQUIRY

My Name*

My Phone Number*

My Sorority*

My College*

Event Date*

Preferred Dress Style(s)*

Additional Information*

Upload Photos
2 images max, 1MB max per image.
Thanks for submit
An Azazie Stylist will respond to you within 24 business hours. Your ticket number is

.
Ok

What styles do you recommend?

Based on feedback from our past customers, as well as our own team members who have tried our dresses, we've gathered some helpful style suggestions based on body type to make finding the dress of your dreams that much easier. 

We recognize that every body is different, and not every customer will fall into one body shape category, but we hope that these recommendations will provide a good starting off point. 

If you like a style type not recommended on this list for your body type, definitely give it a try and order some At-Home Try On dresses (found here for US and here for CA customers). It may be just perfect for you!

 

Body Type Description Examples
Apple Shape Having an apple shape generally means that your shoulder's are likely broader than your hips and you may carry more weight in your middle. Some styles that tend to be most flattering for this shape include Empire waisted styles, V-necklines, Sweetheart necklines, and styles with cascading ruffles or A-line silhouettes. Corin
Kaitlynn
Dakota
Big Busts Styles that generally flatter bigger busted ladies are styles with Sweetheart and V-necklines. Higher necklines can cause the bust to look bigger and less shapely (this can also cause the waist to appear less defined and wider).  Julie 
Sky 
Zapheira 
Broad Shoulders Styles with thicker straps tend to be most flattering for broader shoulders (styles with V-neckline can also be flattering). You'll want to stay away from strapless or spaghetti strap styles as these tend to be less flattering. Nala 
Flora 
Keira 
Hourglass Shape An hourglass shape means that you have a fuller bust and hips but a narrower waist. Some styles that tend to be most flattering for your shape include those with V-necklines or Sweetheart necklines. Styles that have well defined waistlines (with belts and sashes) are also good. Natasha 
Whitley 
Zapheira 
Pear Shape Ladies who are a pear shape generally have hips that are wider than their bust and waist. Because of this, styles with plunging necklines or styles with smooth skirts tend to be most flattering.  Maren 
Divya 
Raven 
Plus Size Styles with peaked waistlines, empire waistlines, and side gatherings are generally going to be more flattering for a plus size customer. V-necklines may also be more flattering, especially if you are also bigger in the bust. Cameron 
Kaitlynn 
Dakota 
Rectangle Shape A rectangle shape means that your proportions are evenly distributed between your bust, waist, and hips. A variety of styles will flatter this body shape but some of our favorites to recommend have peaked waistlines (or what looks like an upside down V at the waist) and high necklines. Chrissy 
Dinah 
Yazmin 
Short/Long Torso Styles with Empire waistlines are generally a better option for customers who have a longer or shorter torso as these styles are fitted at the under-bust instead of the waist, which may be higher or lower on the customer than what the style is designed for.Styles that have undefined or peaked waistlines (upside down V) can also be more flattering. Kaitlynn 
Shannon 
Kendall  

 

Have more questions? Submit a request
Our Products
What styles do you recommend?

Based on feedback from our past customers, as well as our own team members who have tried our dresses, we've gathered some helpful style suggestions based on body type to make finding the dress of your dreams that much easier. 

We recognize that every body is different, and not every customer will fall into one body shape category, but we hope that these recommendations will provide a good starting off point. 

If you like a style type not recommended on this list for your body type, definitely give it a try and order some At-Home Try On dresses (found here for US and here for CA customers). It may be just perfect for you!

 

Body Type Description Examples
Apple Shape Having an apple shape generally means that your shoulder's are likely broader than your hips and you may carry more weight in your middle. Some styles that tend to be most flattering for this shape include Empire waisted styles, V-necklines, Sweetheart necklines, and styles with cascading ruffles or A-line silhouettes. Corin
Kaitlynn
Dakota
Big Busts Styles that generally flatter bigger busted ladies are styles with Sweetheart and V-necklines. Higher necklines can cause the bust to look bigger and less shapely (this can also cause the waist to appear less defined and wider).  Julie 
Sky 
Zapheira 
Broad Shoulders Styles with thicker straps tend to be most flattering for broader shoulders (styles with V-neckline can also be flattering). You'll want to stay away from strapless or spaghetti strap styles as these tend to be less flattering. Nala 
Flora 
Keira 
Hourglass Shape An hourglass shape means that you have a fuller bust and hips but a narrower waist. Some styles that tend to be most flattering for your shape include those with V-necklines or Sweetheart necklines. Styles that have well defined waistlines (with belts and sashes) are also good. Natasha 
Whitley 
Zapheira 
Pear Shape Ladies who are a pear shape generally have hips that are wider than their bust and waist. Because of this, styles with plunging necklines or styles with smooth skirts tend to be most flattering.  Maren 
Divya 
Raven 
Plus Size Styles with peaked waistlines, empire waistlines, and side gatherings are generally going to be more flattering for a plus size customer. V-necklines may also be more flattering, especially if you are also bigger in the bust. Cameron 
Kaitlynn 
Dakota 
Rectangle Shape A rectangle shape means that your proportions are evenly distributed between your bust, waist, and hips. A variety of styles will flatter this body shape but some of our favorites to recommend have peaked waistlines (or what looks like an upside down V at the waist) and high necklines. Chrissy 
Dinah 
Yazmin 
Short/Long Torso Styles with Empire waistlines are generally a better option for customers who have a longer or shorter torso as these styles are fitted at the under-bust instead of the waist, which may be higher or lower on the customer than what the style is designed for.Styles that have undefined or peaked waistlines (upside down V) can also be more flattering. Kaitlynn 
Shannon 
Kendall  

 

Have more questions? Submit a request.
Powered by Zendesk