Role Model of the Week

April 2nd, 2012 by How to Look Good Team
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Mad Men beauty Christina Hendricks is a wonderful role model in a media-world full of slender women. All women need to see a range of bodies rather than the mono-diet of catwalk model.

Her 38-DD body is all her own and she is pleased that she has become a role model for curvy women. Great then, to see her celebrated in the forthcoming May issue of Easy Living in all her glory.

A regular wearer of Vivienne Westwood (as am I proving the versatility of my favourite designer) Hendricks puts her confidence down to picking a dress to flatter her figure. Something we at ‘How to,’ have been promoting for an age …Understanding what suits your body if you are curvy, busty or voluptuous is crucial to your confidence.

With confidence ratings high however, there can be the odd practical problem, as Hendricks, 36,  explains to Easy Living. “It’s really hard to find a bathing suit if you have breasts,” “You either get smooshed down or there’s no support at all. I want to start my own line, with good bra support. My husband and I have sketched out designs.”

Great news, now let’s see a savvy swimwear design company take her up for a best selling range and off the mete ‘va va vroom,’ factor. But why not think bigger Christina? It could only a matter of time before the lingerie and figure-flattering  dresses roll off the runway too. There are a lot of designers who could learn a thing or two about making curvy bodies look good perhaps you are the woman to teach them. The House of Hendricks… here we come.

But while we wait dear reader, why not help yourself to a better understanding of your body by downloading a free e-book dedicated to showing you how to pick clothes to flatter your curvaceous shape With love from me to you! P.S there is free styling advice for all body shapes so help your self!

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