Wednesday, December 2, 2015

The Right Clothes for your Body Types.

         The Right Clothes for Your Body Type

  How to find the most amazing clothes for your Shape

Getting dressed is a whole lot easier when you know what pieces work best for your shape. Most women fall into one of four categories: 
  • Circle (thick around the middle).
  • Triangle (larger at the bottom).
  • Hourglass (curvy but evenly proportioned). 
  • Rectangle (straight up and down) .

The Circle
If you tend to gain weight around the middle (or you simply want to hide a few post-pregnancy pounds), clothes should fit loosely around the midsection (to conceal a full stomach) and more snugly elsewhere (to play up thin limbs). 
Styles to avoid: Anything that draws attention to the middle―like high-rise pants, belts, and waist-cinching tops.

Slim-Cut Pants

Long and lean, these let trim legs take center stage. Pair them with a blouse top .

The Triangle

The triangle shape is defined as shoulders and torso that are narrower than the hips.

Styles to avoid: Shapeless, oversize sweaters; skinny jeans and pants; and skirts in a flimsy, curve-hugging fabric, like silk.

Look for a Tailored Jacket

A structured jacket plays up the shoulders, which evens out the lower body’s proportions. 

Try a Boat-neck Top

The wide neckline broadens the shoulders to offset fuller hips.

Wear A-Line Skirts

Its non-clinging design is a godsend. “Look for a tapered A-line to avoid appearing too triangular.

The Hourglass

With an ample chest, a narrow waist, and full (but not wide) hips, this shape, although evenly proportioned, can seem as if it’s all angles.
 “Choose clothes that work and move with your natural curves, not against them,”

Styles to avoid: Shapeless or boxy styles, like baby-doll dresses, tunics, and oversize cardigans.

High-Waist Pants

This pair hits at the natural waistline, so it draws the eye to a thin middle.

Wrap Dress

“A wrap creates a diagonal movement across the body that is really forgiving,”

V-Neck Top

A close-fitting blouse with an open neckline flatters curves without exaggerating them.

Pencil Skirt

This classic silhouette works best on hourglass figures because it accentuates the waist and skims over the hips.

The Rectangle

With little definition at the waist, this straight-up-and-down figure is often considered boyish. Opt for styles that fit snugly at your middle but flare out at the bottom (whether it’s a skirt or pants) to create curves. 

Styles to avoid: Dresses that are tight all over and anything too flowy or unstructured around the waist.

Boot-Cut Pants

A slim fit at the hips that graduates to slightly wider hems gives the impression of all-around shapeliness.

Feminine Top

Ruffles and wispy sleeves add volume to the bust and shoulders, making the waist look smaller in comparison.

Flared Skirt

A flouncy hem contrasted with a tapered waist gives the illusion of an hourglass.

Note : There are lots of clothes that fits your different body types.
Once you know what body type you are, you can begin to work with your body shape rather than against it when choosing clothing.

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