How to transform an ugly outfit to a wearable one

These tips will help every bridesmaid deal with having to wear a less than flattering dress at her bestie's wedding.

Just like how the statement "one size fits all" is drenched in falsehood, so is having a bride tell you "one look fits all" when it comes to a bridesmaid dress.

You can try to find a dress that looks good on all bodies, busts, and butts or a colour that complements all types of skin tones, but in the end, you may feel uncomfortable, unconfident, or simply embarrassed having to strut your stuff in a gown that swallows you in fabric or accentuates your curves in all the wrong ways.

Since bridesmaid dresses, unlike that pair of jeans, may make you feel a bit fidgety, here's a couple of things you can do to your dress to make it through the night without wanting to hide underneath the table.

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