Published at Sunday, July 14th 2019. by Elaina Benard in Fashion.
If you have a phone with a front-facing camera, take it with you to the dressing room to check how the back of each garment looks on you. See if it looks baggy or too tight. Make sure that it is flattering on you, meaning it’s not hugging the wrong curves and that it isn’t showing anything it shouldn’t.
After you check how your potential new garment looks on you from the front, turn around so that your back faces the fitting room mirror. Switch your phone to its front-facing camera mode and hold it in front of you, higher than your shoulder and tilted down slightly. You should be able to see your back’s reflection in your phone’s screen.
If your hips and bust are the same size and you have a very well-defined waist, then you have an hourglass body type. The key thing to dressing an hourglass figure is to proportionally dress both the top and bottom. As long as you balance your lower half and your top, you’re able to wear most types of pants, such as high-waisted pants and pencil skirts or skinny jeans with wrap-style tops.
If you have a well defined waist with large hips in comparison to your bust and shoulders, then you have a pear body type. The crucial thing to do is to accentuate your upper body by adding volume to the top. This will create an illusion that you have an hourglass figure and emphasize your hips. Try wearing tops that has embellishments on the bust or on the shoulders, but still make sure to accentuate your waist. Choose skirts or pants that will minimize your lower half, such as pants in dark colors or skirts that skim your body.
This step is crucial in finding flattering clothes that a lot of people skip. A dress or a suit can look like a perfect fit from the front but terrible from behind.
Remember that you should wear what makes you happiest. If you have a favorite color that doesn’t match your skin tone, then it still ”works” for you.
If you’re planning on losing weight, don’t buy clothes that you assume you’ll fit into in a few months. Instead, hold off major purchases until after you make any major changes.
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