flatter (one's) figure

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flatter (one's) figure

To fit one's body well and make it look especially attractive, as of clothing. You look gorgeous—that dress really flatters your figure!
See also: figure, flatter

flatter one's figure

Fig. [for clothing] to make one look thin or to make one's figure look better than it is. The lines of this dress really flatter your figure. The trousers had a full cut that flattered Maria's figure.
See also: figure, flatter
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Dressing for an important awards ceremony is all about feeling confident in what you have on and choosing something that really flatters your figure whilst adhering to the dress code.
Stylish and flattering, Seaspray's swimwear smoothes and flatters your figure by using discreet tailoring support panelling, longer body lengths and body control to achieve the ultimate in beach body confidence.
It flatters your figure with a central black 'control' panel and the elegant zebra stripes create an optical illusion to make you look even slimmer.
It's fully lined and really flatters your figure. You could wear it to the races or a summer wedding and it wouldn't look out of place at the beach.
TIE-WAIST COAT This new twist on the classic over-coat flatters your figure (no shapeless silhouettes here) while the big buttons and pockets and interest.
The sparkly neckline draws attention to your cleavage while the soft draping fabric flatters your figure. I was sure it was going to be an expensive designer number, but when she revealed it was from H&M and cost pounds 29.99, I couldn't get down to the store fast enough.Wear it with gold heels and chunky gold jewellery
IT is being hailed as the ultimate dress - it flatters your figure no matter what your shape or size.
Plus, a well-fitted bra flatters your figure, eliminating sagging and unsightly bulges.