Liv Tyler has a model's height and a gorgeous face, so she's already got the deck stacked in her favor. But she's also curvy, so she inspires women of all shapes and sizes with her enviable, wearable and easy-to-emulate style. She's mom to son Milo, 9, yet she always appears pulled together and fashionable. But like all stars, she has her off moments from time to time.

Tyler tends to favor the color black and girlish dresses, worn with flats. We know, #TallGirlProblems.

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When the hem of her preferred dress is too long, the look gets frumpy. If Tyler took this frock to a tailor, the result would be markedly different.

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What's Right:

Tyler was divine in this floral Dolce & Gabbana dress. Black is slimming on her and accentuates her enviable towering height.

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Again, florals, or some variation thereof, are her style BFF. This blue and black print Proenza Schouler dress, paired with chunky shoes, was just right on her frame.

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Flared jeans, sneakers and a fitted coat play up her figure in casual fashion.

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What's Wrong:

The peplum Dior pantsuit isn't doing anything for Tyler but adding girth in the midsection.

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This black dress is too sack-like, with too much excess and unneccessary material.

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How to Fix It:

If Tyler sticks with floral prints, the color black and her face-framing long hair, she will continue to be a portrait of a goddess.

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Edgy details, like these "We're not in Kansas anymore" red pumps with an all-black ensemble and opaque tights, keep Tyler on the cutting edge of fashion. It's also easy for her fans and stylewatchers to ape this attire.

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That pouty-lipped smile is always a stunning accessory, but moreover, even though she has porcelain skin, Tyler's preference for all-black never comes off as vampy or gothy, thanks to her inner glow. That glow must always be a part of her repertoire.

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