We Swear, These Gown Elements are Flattering on All Debutantes!

  |  Apr 5, 2015
PHOTO Jorem and Sheila Catilo, from Kathryn Bernardo's debut
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While there are debut gown details that look better on specific shapes and size, some dress details are more forgiving than the others. No matter what shape you're in, these details will surely do wonders for you.

Check out these foolproof dress elements will look good on practically anybody.

Sweetheart neckline
The sweetheart neckline is popular among lots of debutantes, and we're not surprised why. It'sflirty yet classy, and would look good even on debutantes with larger chests. The sweetheart is flattering because the top of the bodice gives enough coverage, but the dip in the middle shows just enough skin.

Empire waist
The high waistline flatters the bustline and accents curves beautifully. Another plus: it can also draw the attention away from the tummy. Opt for dainty detailing along the bustline to achieve a flattering empire waist.

A-line skirt
The A-line skirt, which features fabric that flares out from the waist, is a hit among debutantes because it can a) make anyone feel like a princess, and b) it's easy to move in. Aside from flattering your figure, an A-line skirt will also move beautifully with you.

Princess seams
The princess-cut is similar to the A-line, but with added slimming lines. Featuring vertical panels on the dress, a princess-cut debut gown gives the illusion that the wearer is taller and slimmer. The style is flattering because the panels follow the wearer's natural curves.

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