Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Finding a Designer Clothing that will Fit your Shape

Finding the right designer clothing that flatters to your body shape can be a difficult task, but it doesn't have to be. We are all shaped differently, and this is not a bad thing. What you need to do to look your very best, is to emphasize your best assets, and hide down your flaws. Most clothing that are created by famous fashion designer like Polo Ralph Lauren are designed to help emphasize one's asset. One woman may think she has positive feature, while the other may think it's not. Learning how to dress on what you have is key. Here are some figure fixes for a more confident you.

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Large Breast: The key here is not to look heavy. An important first step that any woman with large breast needs to do is find a well fitting bra. Don't just buy any old bra, but bras with under-wire and wide straps are a good choice. For your tops, you will want to find shirts that have an open neckline, such as v-shaped, round or square necklines. Also look for tops that are fitted at the waist and have more room up on top. Avoid high necklines and unfitted tops. Halters are also not a good idea, because it is hard to find a bra to wear with this kind of top and your breasts always need good support.

Small Breast: Most clothes look better on you, and if you want a little extra on top you can use padded bras and other extras that enhance your breast. For your tops, you will want to find shirts like shoulder baring tanks with high necklines. Halter tops were made for you. Avoid lower necklines; these will only emphasize your chest. Avoid corset type blouses that are fitted at the waist, these are designed to accentuate the breast.

Big Bottom: Tighter fitting pants will look much better than baggy droopy ones. Some ladies have bottoms that are not in proportion to the rest of there body, for them there a few things to keep in mind. Wide leg lower rise trousers are a great choice. The lower waist cuts the bottom area in half, which in turn makes the bottom appear smaller. Also keep pocket flaps off the pockets as this only adds to the definition of your bottom. Another thing to keep in mind is to look for darker colors for your bottom half. Avoid at all cost high-waisted jeans. The main reason for this is simple really. Pants with a high waist make the butt look bigger because there is more fabric. Jeans in lighter washes should not even be considered.

No Bottom: You will want to look for cheek lifting jeans that have back pockets that are spread further apart. This will help your bottom look fuller. Also jeans with flaps on the back pockets will add definition.


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