Body Central dresses range from mini dresses to maxi dresses and also include spaghetti strap and loose dresses. As of 2015, Body Central Corporation is closing all of its stores.
Body Central sold many styles of dresses. One example is a high-low maxi dress with a chiffon skirt. The strapless bodice is black, while the high-low skirt comes in different colors of chiffon. Another example of a maxi dress from Body Central is a sleeveless version with a plunging V-neck and a patterned skirt.
Body Central also sold mini dresses. One example is a scoop-neck sundress that includes two pockets in the skirt. Another mini dress design features printed fabric with a V-neck and no sleeves. Body Central also sold party dresses that often featured spaghetti straps and sequins; many of these dresses were made of shiny or silky fabric.
Many Body Central dress designs are loose and flowing. For example, the brand offered a patterned multi-colored dress with a handkerchief hemline. Another option was a dress that gathers at the shoulders and flows down.
The Body Central brand was founded in the 1970s. However, in 2013 and 2014, the company lost over $70 million, and its stock dropped dramatically. The company initially filed for federal bankruptcy but changed to a state process known as ABC.