Every woman would agree that following the trends is never easy, especially these days when there are so many options to choose from. Yet very often, we seem to forget that all of us have different body figures, and sometimes what suits your friend best looks like a rag on you. Why does that happen?
The thing is, there are four body types and you should build your wardrobe according to your body type. If this sounds like something entirely new to you, we have carried out deep research, and today we are going to discuss every body type, in addition to what is best to wear according to your personal body type. So let us have a closer look, shall we?
This body type defines women with broad shoulders and upper body, while their lower part is a lot slimmer. The pieces of clothing you should totally avoid wearing if this is your body type are tight jeans and loose shirts, instead, you should opt for dresses that are loose from the waist down so that your body looks better balanced.
The most defining feature of this body type is that there is not enough definition to your waist. That is why you should wear everything that attracts attention to your waist and makes it more visible, all belts are perfect choices. When it comes to dresses, they need to be figure-hugging dresses to define your figure.
This is the body type with a bigger bottom and narrower top. That is why you should opt for some fluffy tops to make your bust appear bigger so that your figure looks more proportionate.
This body type is considered to be perfect since your top and your bottom are perfectly proportioned and your waist is small and defined. That is why you should opt for clothes that bring the attention to your perfect silhouette.
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