Happy Hourglass: 5 Easy, Body-Contouring Midi Dresses

Most Popular
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below

We can't heap enough praise on the midi bodycon dress. It's universally-flattering, feminine-form accentuating, boasts day-to-night wearability, and dare we say, is as comfortable as it is sexy. As fall looms but warmer temperatures prevail, we're investing in these seasonless frocks with every last penny of our shopping budget. And there's no time like the present now that the hotly-anticipated Roland Mouret for Banana Republic collection (prices range from $49.50 to $165) has launched. It's chock full of the French designer's signature structured, body-skimming dresses that'll transform you into a bombshell as soon as you slip them on. Trust. Shop our picks for this season's best, below:

Most Popular

1. River Island Red Racer Front Bodycon Midi Dress, $56; us.riverisland.com.

2. Vivienne Westwood Anglomania Taxa Stretch-Jersey Midi Dress, $475; net-a-porter.com.

3. Jason Wu Satin-Panel Ponto Dress, $1,495; matchesfashion.com.

4. Roland Mouret for Banana Republic Sloane One-Shoulder Colorblock Dress, $140; bananarepublic.gap.com.

5. Maggy London The Illusion Dress, $148; maggylondon.com.

6. Heather Asymmetrical Drape Midi Dress, $158; revolve.com.

GIF
Fashion
Share
This Is the Trendiest Piercing of the Moment
Fashion
Share
13 Chic Accessories for Your iPhone Since It's Your Most Prized Possession Anyway
Fashion
Share
Kate Middleton Just Wore the Most Royal Shirt You'll Ever See
Street Style
Share
Gigi Hadid Has an *Interesting* Solution for Making a Sweater Summer-Appropriate
Fashion
Share
This Might Be Kim Kardashian's Most Bombshell Look Yet
Fashion
Share
Here's What Happened When I Recreated Rachel Green's Greatest "Friends" Fashion Moments
Street Style
Share
How to Master Summer Sale Shopping Like a Pro
Created for Nordstrom
Fashion
Share
Cool, *Affordable* Bridal Jewelry Because You've Probably Got Enough Expenses to Worry About
Fashion
Share
5 Couple's Halloween Costumes That Are #Goals
Fashion
Share
How to Make Just About Any Old Sundress Chic Enough for a Wedding