Find Your Own Way of Dressing

You feel bad in your clothes? You think you’re lacking style or even that you’re not stylish at all?
However, finding your own way to dress isn’t that complicated, especially when so many websites could help you make yourself over very easily, without becoming mainstream or neutral. You have a hard time every morning before your walk-in closet, trying to figure out a good way to dress?
Here are some tips and advises.


Every Clothes Doesn’t Fit Every Outline

If you don’t like the way you dress, it’s probably because of the clothes’ oultines you chose in stores and because of colors that don’t perfectly fit your complexion or hair color.

If your morphology is an hourglass shape, you can almost wear anything you want.


But bodies in a “pyramid” or “round” shape should be more careful of their hips. In that case, do not hesitate to lengthen your outline by wearing flowing and straightly cut clothes in order to break the natural structure of your outline. High waist jeans or skirts are a great way to highlight and  your hips: they often have a slimming effect on the waist.
Otherwise, if your body is more of an “inverted pyramid” or “rectangle” shape, you should opt for more voluminous clothes in order to give relief to your outline.

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1 Response to Find Your Own Way of Dressing

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