Published at Friday, October 11th 2019. by Baylee Leveque in Fashion.
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.
The right fit is the most important part of choosing good clothes. In general, a garment that fits well but is in an unflattering style will look better than a piece with a poor fit in a style meant to flatter your body shape.
Let’s face it, not all of us are born to be supermodel. Body types differ from one person to the other, so why not celebrate your own body type and pick the clothes that accentuate your body? Let’s work with what you’ve got! Here are some tips on how to choose the right clothes for your body type.
Clothing with structured tailoring can be used to emphasize and give shape to any part of your body. Boxy outerwear can make your upper body look bulkier, while shoulder pads can specifically make your shoulders appear wider. Pleated trousers can also make legs look thicker.
You’ll know you’re a pear if “you often wear a different size on the bottom than you do on top,” Dr. Walsh says. “Add width to your top with horizontal stripes and bright bold colors, while keeping the lower half in dark colors. You’ll find a better fit if you go for two pieces as opposed to a one-piece dress.”
Try to build a wardrobe that includes staples of only one or two neutral colors. Neutrals will make up the foundation of most outfits but don’t often look good together. For clothes, these neutrals are considered to be light and dark gray, light and dark brown, navy, and black.
Of course, Lulu is a Canadian brand and Black Friday is an American “holiday” so to speak, so it’s never a 100 percent guarantee that the brand will participate in the annual sale event of the year. However, if previous years are any indication of what’s to come on November 29 this year, there will be plenty of ways to save on your favorite sportswear pieces.
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