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Dressing Every Shape, Personality, and More!

Tuesday, 30 April 2013 08:33

Dressing Every Shape Personality and More 1Every titleholder and contestant is different—from talents and platforms to coloring, style preferences, and body type. But any woman could look her best by dressing for her size and style. For you to look and feel your best, creating a flattering wardrobe is important. 

Any woman could perfect her look by carefully choosing the right clothing and creating a wardrobe full of classic basics. Take stock of your budget, body type, and preferences, and figure out what looks best on you. Take an afternoon and spend it at a department store, trying on several different styles of tops and bottoms. By the end of the day, you’ll have a good idea of what looks good on you—and what doesn’t.

Even if you don’t have access to a designer clothing line, such as the Miss America Organization’s official clothing sponsor Joseph Ribkoff, you could still create a flattering wardrobe. First, stock up on basic items that will never go out of style. From there, add jewelry, shoes, and other statement pieces to update your look as needed. Three must-have items are a little black dress, a great pair of black pants, and a flattering camisole that could be worn under a jacket. 

Every contestant and titleholder (and every volunteer, too!) could look her very best, no matter what. While personal style and personal shape may vary, by creating a basic, quality wardrobe, you’re on your way to sartorial success.