The trapeze dress will accentuate your figure. A deep v-neckline with gathers and open shoulders complements your upper body. Detail near the shoulders and bust works well for your body.
An unadorned trapeze dress will be a good shape for you. V-neck will help to bring attention to your face.
An inverted V shape dress will work if it has more curves and lines to define your waist.
The inverted v-dress is too boxy. To balance your shoulders, bust and hips more definition is needed at the waist.
A bubble top dress creates balance and lengthens the lower body with the straight skirt.
A bubble top dress in which the drape fabric creates a lower waistline over a straight skirt is a flattering silhouette. A deep v-neckline brings attention to your face.
A trumpet dress may draw attention to your tummy and hips and will not create a balanced look.
A trumpet dress does not work well for your body. Although this silhouette will show off your curves, it will not balance your upper and lower body.
An asymmetric dress with a puffy skirt may emphasize your tummy. However, this silhouette could still work if the top is fitted, off-the-shoulder, and there is an empire waistline.
An asymmetric dress that is fitted at the top with an off-the-shoulder style will look appealing on you. Avoid a puffy skirt.