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[Photos] Park Shin-hye's summer dress styling

2015/07/09 | Permalink | Source

Dresses are adored for their simplicity and style. Park Shin-hye introduces various ways to style a dress.

- One-piece dresses that give off the young-girl look.

T-Shirt one-piece dresses are very convenient. It looks fancy but not too fancy and this year it corresponds to the trend. The dresses worn by Park Shin-hye in the pictures have been saved from boredom by the illustrations on them. Wearing flats or loafers here could make one look more comfortable.

- A dress can make one look mature

Slim fit dresses is good for making you look feminine. Park Shin-hye puts on a mini black dress to look fancy and feminine. For sophistication, go for designs that have shape in the neckline. This kind of one piece dresses are excellent for when having to meet friends or a date.

Dresses emphasize on the body as well. A-line dresses holds you up by the waist and chiffon dresses bring out the woman in you. Printed dresses are even fancier in style.

Source : beautyhankook.wowtv.c...

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