The Perfect Dress.

Ok, so -I think the absolute perfect dress has been invented. Brace yourselves ladies, this may make your heart   beat faster and knees weaken.   Thank you,   to designer  Stella McCartney’s dress, the Bicolour Octavia which figure flatters and makes you look slimmer, sexier, sleeker. Hollywood and fans alike have dubbed the Bicolour Octavia as the “miracle dress.” This truly is one of the best   “optical illusion” dresses I have ever seen. The dress is   from the designer’s fall collection and new colors are suppose to hit the stores in November.


Create your own illusion

Can’t get your hands on an “optical illusion” dress? Here are four principles to learn from the magical frock – and employ in your own wardrobe.

* “Layer your dark on the outside and wear your bold colors inside, to get that illusion of shading. Cinch a thin sweater with a dark-colored belt,” says stylist June Ambrose who is taping a makeover show, “Styled by June,” for VH1.

* To create a slimming panel on the torso, Ambrose suggests using a scarf. “Lay it along the side of the body, drape it over the shoulder and cinch it with a subtle belt,” she says.

* Look for strong fabrics such as stretch polyester, heavy jersey or neoprene. “These fabrics will create that snug effect,” says Ambrose. “And neoprene is the new leather. Plus, unlike leather, it retracts. Leather stretches.”

* “To maximize a longer, leaner silhouette, vertically challenged women should have the dress hit just above the knee.

If you’re taller, let the dress stop just below the knee,” Ambrose .  Read more: NY post for More

The reality is, Good luck if you can find it. Apparently, the miracle dress is sold out. Not to worry, there are knockoff's everywhere! In fact,   Bebe  offers its own $69 version, complete with “body-embracing stretch.”

Happy Hunting!

Mira.