Looking your best normally involves a trip to the store and several hours looking through lots of women's clothing on the rack. Sure that dress is a beautiful color and the cut is delicious, but does it fit you the way it should?
There are several standards to follow in trying on women's clothing to make certain it really fits you. That size on the tag just doesn't fit every single woman in that special height/weight group. There is variation in shoulder width, arm length, upper arm circumference, bust, waist, hips, buttocks, thighs and even leg length. So, in fact, the same size 14 that fits one woman won't fit different, yet that other woman can quickly (and often does) find a well fitting garment in another brand that's also a size 14. It's ironic but tends to be the difficulty with the mass-produced women's clothing available these days.You can also search for nicholas dress line on the web.
Make sure you move your arms, rolling them above your head, keeping them straight out to your sides and so forth. The top you are wearing should feel satisfied no matter what situation you are in. The sleeves shouldn't feel tight. Long sleeved shirts should cover your arm all the way to just behind the bony part of your wrist when you hold it straight out.
When trying on pants they should also spread your legs just past the bony part of your ankle. When you sit down they shouldn't ride up your leg more than an inch or so.