If you have narrow shoulders, small bust and wide hips, you will need to bring some balance to the upper portion of your quinceanera dress with a corset, some details to the shoulders, such as voluminous sleeves and a “V” neckline cut or go strapless, but the key to making a strapless successful is to have lots of embroidery on the greater part of the corset, such as flowers and bows.
Lots of Curves
If you have a bust, ample hips and a defined waistline, quinceanera dresses that are more fitted emphasize very well your proportionate body. Go for A-Line, Princess cut or Mermaid cut dresses.
If You Are Tall
If you are tall and thin you can shine in almost any type of quinceanera dresses, as long as it does not make you look too thin and without shape. The ideal is an off the shoulder with tiers and flounces, a natural waist and full skirt would create an optical effect of volume.
Want to Appear Taller
If your height is 5 feet or less you should wear more of a simple model quinceanera dress. Avoid any detail to the shoulders, such as puffy sleeves or long fitted sleeves. If your dress has a train, it must go in agreement with the stature of your body and not be out of proportion. Try a dress with a high neckline collar and empire waist. Another idea is to have capped sleeves and wear long gloves. Consider going with a strapless neckline cut.
Quinceañera Dress Style BS-1904
This classic princess style see through sleeves with a higher neckline for a more modest image. The corset has beautiful 3D flowers running along the front as well as on the skirt. The skirt has a sparkly texture on the top layer.