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Dress for your body.
FIRST LETS FIND OUT YOUR BODY TYPE!
Get a measuring tape for measurements.
Measure around breast, around waist (one inch above belly button), and around your hips at the widest spot. This may be easier with someone to help. Weight and height shouldn’t affect these measurements.
If you are……
Pear shaped - You will be bigger around your waist and hips. There will be a significant difference between your hips and chest but not between your chest and waist.
Apple shaped - Your waist measurements will be significantly larger than your hip and chest measurements.
Tube shaped - You will have little difference between your chest, waist, and hip measurements.
Hourglass - You will have chest and hip measurements that are very close to each other but your waist will be smaller. To be a true hourglass your waist needs to be at least 6 inches smaller than your chest and hips but you may still fall into the hourglass category with a smaller distinction.
HOW TO DRESS FOR YOUR BODY
Pear shaped - Dark slimming colors on bottom, scarfs to draw attention up, pencil or a-line skirts, bright colorful tops with neck detailing, make sure your tops don’t end at your hips, flair bottom jeans, tunic tops and dresses, jackets, show your shoulders, different neck lines, and heels.
Apple shaped - No large patterns on top, V-necks, short skirts and A-line skirts, Pants with back pockets, Don’t wear pants that are to tight, longer jackets that you can keep unbuttoned, and drop waist tops and dresses.
Tube shaped - Higher necklines, show off back arms and shoulders as an alternative to cleavage, scoop necks, wrap tops, belts, belted jackets, shirt dresses, wrap dresses, tight but not constricting clothing, A-line skirts, tucked in shirts, and anything to draw attention to the waist line.
Hourglass shaped - Tight but not constricting clothes, dresses that fit breast and elongate waist, T-shirts that fit around the waist and have accents on the shoulders, V-neck coats that fit at the waist, vertical lines, darker colors on top, light scarves, tops that flair out right under chest, pencil skirts, round toe shoes, peep toe shoes, avoid belts, avoid loose clothes.
I got all of my information from google. I hope it was somewhat helpful. :) 

Dress for your body.

FIRST LETS FIND OUT YOUR BODY TYPE!

  1. Get a measuring tape for measurements.
  2. Measure around breast, around waist (one inch above belly button), and around your hips at the widest spot. This may be easier with someone to help. Weight and height shouldn’t affect these measurements.

If you are……

  • Pear shaped - You will be bigger around your waist and hips. There will be a significant difference between your hips and chest but not between your chest and waist.
  • Apple shaped - Your waist measurements will be significantly larger than your hip and chest measurements.
  • Tube shaped - You will have little difference between your chest, waist, and hip measurements.
  • Hourglass - You will have chest and hip measurements that are very close to each other but your waist will be smaller. To be a true hourglass your waist needs to be at least 6 inches smaller than your chest and hips but you may still fall into the hourglass category with a smaller distinction.

HOW TO DRESS FOR YOUR BODY

  • Pear shaped - Dark slimming colors on bottom, scarfs to draw attention up, pencil or a-line skirts, bright colorful tops with neck detailing, make sure your tops don’t end at your hips, flair bottom jeans, tunic tops and dresses, jackets, show your shoulders, different neck lines, and heels.
  • Apple shaped - No large patterns on top, V-necks, short skirts and A-line skirts, Pants with back pockets, Don’t wear pants that are to tight, longer jackets that you can keep unbuttoned, and drop waist tops and dresses.
  • Tube shaped - Higher necklines, show off back arms and shoulders as an alternative to cleavage, scoop necks, wrap tops, belts, belted jackets, shirt dresses, wrap dresses, tight but not constricting clothing, A-line skirts, tucked in shirts, and anything to draw attention to the waist line.
  • Hourglass shaped - Tight but not constricting clothes, dresses that fit breast and elongate waist, T-shirts that fit around the waist and have accents on the shoulders, V-neck coats that fit at the waist, vertical lines, darker colors on top, light scarves, tops that flair out right under chest, pencil skirts, round toe shoes, peep toe shoes, avoid belts, avoid loose clothes.

I got all of my information from google. I hope it was somewhat helpful. :) 

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Dress for your body.
FIRST LETS FIND OUT YOUR BODY TYPE!
Get a measuring tape for measurements.
Measure around breast, around waist (one inch above belly button), and around your hips at the widest spot. This may be easier with someone to help. Weight and height shouldn’t affect these measurements.
If you are……
Pear shaped - You will be bigger around your waist and hips. There will be a significant difference between your hips and chest but not between your chest and waist.
Apple shaped - Your waist measurements will be significantly larger than your hip and chest measurements.
Tube shaped - You will have little difference between your chest, waist, and hip measurements.
Hourglass - You will have chest and hip measurements that are very close to each other but your waist will be smaller. To be a true hourglass your waist needs to be at least 6 inches smaller than your chest and hips but you may still fall into the hourglass category with a smaller distinction.
HOW TO DRESS FOR YOUR BODY
Pear shaped - Dark slimming colors on bottom, scarfs to draw attention up, pencil or a-line skirts, bright colorful tops with neck detailing, make sure your tops don’t end at your hips, flair bottom jeans, tunic tops and dresses, jackets, show your shoulders, different neck lines, and heels.
Apple shaped - No large patterns on top, V-necks, short skirts and A-line skirts, Pants with back pockets, Don’t wear pants that are to tight, longer jackets that you can keep unbuttoned, and drop waist tops and dresses.
Tube shaped - Higher necklines, show off back arms and shoulders as an alternative to cleavage, scoop necks, wrap tops, belts, belted jackets, shirt dresses, wrap dresses, tight but not constricting clothing, A-line skirts, tucked in shirts, and anything to draw attention to the waist line.
Hourglass shaped - Tight but not constricting clothes, dresses that fit breast and elongate waist, T-shirts that fit around the waist and have accents on the shoulders, V-neck coats that fit at the waist, vertical lines, darker colors on top, light scarves, tops that flair out right under chest, pencil skirts, round toe shoes, peep toe shoes, avoid belts, avoid loose clothes.
I got all of my information from google. I hope it was somewhat helpful. :) 

Dress for your body.

FIRST LETS FIND OUT YOUR BODY TYPE!

  1. Get a measuring tape for measurements.
  2. Measure around breast, around waist (one inch above belly button), and around your hips at the widest spot. This may be easier with someone to help. Weight and height shouldn’t affect these measurements.

If you are……

  • Pear shaped - You will be bigger around your waist and hips. There will be a significant difference between your hips and chest but not between your chest and waist.
  • Apple shaped - Your waist measurements will be significantly larger than your hip and chest measurements.
  • Tube shaped - You will have little difference between your chest, waist, and hip measurements.
  • Hourglass - You will have chest and hip measurements that are very close to each other but your waist will be smaller. To be a true hourglass your waist needs to be at least 6 inches smaller than your chest and hips but you may still fall into the hourglass category with a smaller distinction.

HOW TO DRESS FOR YOUR BODY

  • Pear shaped - Dark slimming colors on bottom, scarfs to draw attention up, pencil or a-line skirts, bright colorful tops with neck detailing, make sure your tops don’t end at your hips, flair bottom jeans, tunic tops and dresses, jackets, show your shoulders, different neck lines, and heels.
  • Apple shaped - No large patterns on top, V-necks, short skirts and A-line skirts, Pants with back pockets, Don’t wear pants that are to tight, longer jackets that you can keep unbuttoned, and drop waist tops and dresses.
  • Tube shaped - Higher necklines, show off back arms and shoulders as an alternative to cleavage, scoop necks, wrap tops, belts, belted jackets, shirt dresses, wrap dresses, tight but not constricting clothing, A-line skirts, tucked in shirts, and anything to draw attention to the waist line.
  • Hourglass shaped - Tight but not constricting clothes, dresses that fit breast and elongate waist, T-shirts that fit around the waist and have accents on the shoulders, V-neck coats that fit at the waist, vertical lines, darker colors on top, light scarves, tops that flair out right under chest, pencil skirts, round toe shoes, peep toe shoes, avoid belts, avoid loose clothes.

I got all of my information from google. I hope it was somewhat helpful. :) 

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