Although watered silk material is truly a splendidly beautiful type of fabric, it can be worn in the wrong way. What I mean is that, if it is not used appropriately, it can make the person wearing it look quite frumpy.
Any time a fabric as a sheen or shimmer to it, it has the potential to do this. Add to that the quality in silk that makes it form around a person’s body, and then the wavy pattern on it and you have a recipe for possible disaster.
That is why anyone who wants to indulge themselves with this kind of dress should know their body type, and know where not to put the silk.
It does best if you put this kind of fabric across the places of the body that you want to accent, and have a less attention getting fabric on the places that you don’t want to accent.
It seems that the only people who look really good in dresses made entirely of this fabric are those people who look great in everything, anyway.
I’m not one of those people, so I have to be very careful when I go this route.