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Dress For Your Body Shape

Dress For Your Body Shape
You are here: Style Makeover Steps > Your Body Shape The Female Horizontal Body Types:Hourglass, Inverted Triangle, Triangle, Rectangle, Diamond, Oval If you like your body shape you are either male or a very unusual female! However, whether you like your body or not, if you understand what your current shape and proportions are and know a few style guidelines for your shape you are well on your way to looking your best. The female body types most people are familiar with are what image consultants refer to as the horizontal body shapes. These are: HourglassInverted triangle (also referred to a the cone or v shape)Triangle (also referred to as pear)Rectangle (also called the ruler, the brick, or the straight body)Diamond (one of 2 apple shapes), andOval (the second apple shape) Your horizontal shape is important for the clothing silhouettes and design elements that will book best on you. The Female Vertical Body Proportions: Short Legs Long Body, Balanced Body, Long Legs Short Body Rectangle

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Dress Me Now - Body Shapes [ Member of the BannerWomen Network ] No matter what image you choose to present, if you're not dressing for your body shape, you are missing your mark. We're positive that no matter how you see yourself -- trendy, corporate or casual -- your ultimate goal is to look "together". But if you have prominent hips and you wear hip-huggers or if you're rail thin and you wear pinstripes, "together" is not the first word that comes to mind.