Tips for selecting clothing that flatters your figure
1. Every body is beautiful. Bodies come in a variety of sizes and shapes. That is one of the characteristics that distinguishes everyone. It's critical to understand that there is no such thing as a "average" or "normal" body. We're all different. Some of us are curvier, while others have narrower hips or wider shoulders. Even yet, the majority of us can classify our shapes into a few broad types.
- Inverted triangle, also known as "apple" women usually carry a lot of weight in the middle of their bodies. Their shoulders and bust are larger than their relatively narrow hips. Tops with some shaping around the waist and more open necklines, as well as clothing that shows off their legs, may be recommended by stylists. That is, they can wear A-line dresses and clothes that emphasize their bust and thighs rather than clothes that emphasize the middle of the body.
- "Pear" or "Triangle" women have narrower shoulders and bust than their hips. They most likely have slim arms and a well-defined waist. Most likely, their waist slopes out to their hips. Stylists frequently recommend clothing that accentuates the waistline. They can wear an A-shaped dress, striped clothing, and darker colored pants because their top is smaller than their bottom.
- Straight, rectangle, or "banana" women have a slimmer overall figure. Their waist measurements are roughly the same as your hip or bust measurements, and their shoulders and hips are roughly the same width. Any outfit that looks good can accentuate their figure. They can wear clothes that create curves, such as flared pants, slings, and a small jacket. Moreover, off-the-shoulder tops, tube dresses, and belted waists are also likely to be recommended by stylists.
- Women with hourglass figures have hips and bust which are nearly equal in size and have a well-defined waist that is narrower than both. Their legs and upper body are most likely proportionate. Their shoulders may be slightly rounded, and their buttocks are most likely rounded. Most clothing that is form-fitting or tailored has traditionally been designed with this body type in mind.
2. Pay attention to the fitting. If your clothes don't fit, no matter how beautiful or modern they are, you'll look like a sloppy dresser with a too-tight shirt. It will make you appear cheap or large, and clothing that is too large will make you appear untidy.
- Just because you can put on the clothes, it doesn't mean they fit. The fit of the clothes is determined by the manner in which they are worn. In the United States, for example, urban clothing for men is typically much looser than traditional Khakis.
- It can be difficult to find the correct size of dress clothes because most women have different shirts and pants sizes. If you wear a robe such that the neckline is flush with your skin, it will fit you properly. The seams should be near to the skin and in a straight line whether you're standing or sitting. (Unless the dress is in a different style.) Moreover, fabric should not be overly tight or wrinkled across the chest and hips. The skirt, on the other hand, should be fitted but not overly so.
- If you've recently started losing or gaining weight, you should rethink your wardrobe. Regardless of the fact that a size change not only adds to your to-do list and increases your clothing costs, but it can also cause a shift in how you see yourself. Remember that clothing is an extension of ourselves and how we want the rest of the world to see us, so losing the comfort of a wardrobe that reflects your carefully curated identity is unsettling. Begin by getting rid of worn-out clothing sizes and the rest will follow.
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