Take your cue from the red carpet and look great for the whole festive season whatever your shape with these celebrity inspired festive dresses (and a jumpsuit!).

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If you’re pear shaped, this black wide leg jumpsuit, £48 from Wallis, will do wonders for showing off your slim waist whilst covering up hips and thighs.

 

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Juliette Moore’s kimono sleeve dress is ideal if you want to cover your upper arms. Try this one from First & I, it’s only £38.

 

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If you want to cover your hips, Lorraine’s fit and flare dress is the way to go. We found a similar one at George for £35. Stick to silver or gold and you’ll be ready for the festive season!

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A fitted maxi works best when you have a curvy figure like Susanna Reid, try this gown from Coast, £350, and you’ll have an outfit you’ll wear year after year.

 

dresses7Holly Willoughby knows that for busty ladies, a v neck will always look great on your figure. Look out for a style that is fitted under your bust to give to the right support. We love this one from Little Mistress, £58.

 

dresses4To create shape look out for dresses similar to Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly.

(Left) If you have no curves, chevron patterns will give you instant shape. Try this one from The clothing co, £86.

(Right) For £69.99, grab a maxi like Tess’ from Quiz. The diamante’s on top and around the middle will help to give a waist.
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Broad shoulders can be slimmed down by wearing a v neck dress, like this Zara designer look a like for only, £19.99. Stick to shapes similar to Cate Blanchett’s and just add heels.

 

dresses8Elongate your figure with clever sequin patterns, sequins across your waist will give the illusion of a slimmer middle whilst the halter style is flattering for all, this Asos, £150, ticks all the boxes.

For more flattering party dresses try here.