Most women have insecurities around some area of their bodies, and no matter how much YOU love her (fill-in-the-blank), if she feels insecure about it, she'll never wear anything that draws attention to it. Here's a handy guide to picking something she'll enjoy wearing.
Hips or thighs:
Try a chemise, slip, or pajamas that flow loosely over that area.
Find something that doesn't hug the hips- a chemise, slip, long gown, pajamas, or camisole set with fluttery shorts. Choose fabrics that drape and don't cling.
Get her something that deemphasizes her dimples. Try a silky slip that hits at the knee and skims the body, or maybe a low-cut camisole or a gown with an open back that shows off the body parts she likes.
Tummy or waist:
Go for anything with an empire bodice that flaunts her top but is breezy and flowy beneath. Babydolls fit this bill.
A beautiful bra in a larger size is something every big-busted girl appreciates. Also look for camisoles or nightgowns with extra support sewn into the garment.
A demi-cup bra can make any girl on the A-list feel voluptuous. Camisoles and nighties with ruffles, ribbons, lace, and contrasting textures over the bodice create the illusion of more volume up top.
A long gown is the answer. If she wears pajamas, upgrade her to an elegant silk pair.
Look for something with sleeves. Chemises and gowns with fluttery sleeves, robes, short silky wraps will arm her with confidence.
Play it safe with loose, comfortable items that have empire waists. Poet shirts or tunics are beautifully Bohemian.
The first question a saleswoman will always ask is "What size is she?" Try not to guess. Strategic planning is the best option. There are several ways to determine a correct size..