A trapeze dress would work if it has a v-neckline and a belt is used to define your waist.
A trapeze dress will deemphasize your upper body while adding volume to your lower body. Add a belt to define your waist. Play with the belt’s color and width.
The inverted v shape would emphasize your upper body but if the waist is tapered in or a belt is added this silhouette could work.
An inverted v shape can make you look boxy.
The cocoon dress would work if a belt was added to define your waist. Play with color and width when selecting a belt.
A cocoon dress will work if you add a belt to define your waist.
A trumpet dress will draw attention to the lower part of your body.
A trumpet dress will work if the neckline is a cowl or v-neck.
A modified trumpet dress with a soft v-neck drape will help to minimize your bust and draw attention to your face. Having ruffles in the hip area and a belt on the waist adds volume and definition to your lower body.
The asymmetric dress creates a nice hourglass silhouette. It accentuates your waist and balances your upper and lower body.
An asymmetric dress is a fun silhouette that works well because it brings balance. Play with the length to elongate your body. The x belting on the waist helps to emphasize your hourglass figure.