Today, there is nothing wrong with strapless dresses. They suit every body figured women when she choose the right style. Beautiful dresses don't fit everyone. What women need is the style fit her most.
*Strapless dresses A-line, empire waistline for Apple body women. The A-line is cinched at the smallest part of your waist and the skirt gently flares out to create an 'A' shape, while the empire is recognised by its high waist and slimmer skirt. Both have a fitted top and high waistline, which shifts the attention up and away from your midsection. The strapless neckline helps to achieve a perfect look. Choose a strapless wedding dress if you are the bride. I think, it can work well.
*Strapless dresses A-line, nature waist for Pear body women. Such style shows off your petite top half, including slender shoulders, while the flared skirt cleverly hides your bottom section. The ball gown is another option as it similarly draws the attention to your slimmer top half, while the full skirt covers your lower half.
*Strapless dresses mermaid/trumpet silhouette for Hourglass women. They showcase your assets and accentuate your small waist and hourglass figure.
*Strapless dresses suit rectangles/ columns body figured women with some help in the waist department. So a ball gown, A-line or empire dress with a fitted corset, a cinched waist and a full skirt are best. A pretty coloured sash tied around the waist can also do the trick. You’ll want to create curves where you don’t have any, so look at the mermaid evening dresses, as they both have a flared skirt which provides the hourglass illusion.
So, strapless dresses are ever right. Just learn to how to choose the one fit your figure.