Sheath Vs Shift Dress

Sheath Vs Shift


I kept on wondering and wondering and wondering and scratching my brains about the difference between them. Saw couple of designer dress and understood the difference between the Sheath & Shift dress.

To make your life simple, one major difference between the two is

A sheath dress is well fitted, like a body con and shows of all the curves of your body. It looks good on Rectangular Body Shape, Tubular Body Shape, Hourglass Body Shape and also on small to medium Triangular Body shape. Sheath dresses are more dressier and can be used for work as well.

A Shift dress is straight fit, loose dress. It flatters all body shapes. They are very casual and work very well in hot humid weather.


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Jainee Gandhi is an accomplished and acclaimed senior Image consultant who operates under her firm Imagedge Academy. Head hunter to head turner… A classy personal shopper… Bringing Indian wear back to corporates… One of the very few Senior Certified Image Professionals in Asia… A celebrated and highly featured Image coach… Mentor for budding Image consultants… There are many phrases that have been used to describe her work in the last half a decade… But what she really is, is a person who has a passion to get every individual portray their best authentic image – with a focus on appearance – for more often than not there is nothing more powerful than the impression of the first look. Her motto is “Refuse to be unseen”. Jainee believes in a holistic way of Image makeover for her clients and image professionals. She believes that “Style has to be inclusive of all age, size, color, restrictions of any sorts will limit clients in a box and not let them explore their true worth.” She has established a few offerings in this space, The Indie Attire, Master Class for Image Consultants,– a unique blog to simplify styling.

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