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Standard shape fashion tips

 

For many years, we have given styling advice to women, who although standard in height still have a variety of female body shapes just like the ones we have illustrated below. We are not symmetrical model shapes!

 

Choosing the most flattering styles of clothing for your standard shape will become easy once you understand how the features on clothes can help you to balance your body, whilst adding or taking away emphasis of good or bad points. These fashion tips will compliment your body shape and wardrobe…

Our e-book offers standard shape fashion tips which will help you:

  • Create a stunning wardrobe, whatever your budget.
  • Discover how to work with print and pattern.
  • Learn how to balance your body shape by understanding your body symmetry.
  • Discover the easy way to effortless accessorising.
  • Find out which styles to prioritise and which ones to avoid.
  • Understand how to work with all the tricks of a top stylist.
  • Find out how to use colour and match it to your skin and hair tone.
  • Create a style signature that’s yours alone, and be your own wardrobe mistress!
  • See how clothes have subtle visual features that will enhance your strengths and play down your weaknesses.

What Shape am I?

If you’re not sure which e-book to select, let’s identify your body shape……

Slender is when your body is slight with small breasts and hips and/or bottom.

Top-Heavy is when your bust measurement is the most dominant part of your body because you have a large and curvaceous bust and small hips and/or bottom by comparison.

Pear-Shaped is when your hips and/or bottom are the largest part of your body and your breasts are smaller by comparison.

Curvaceous is when you have an hour glass shape with large breasts and curvy hips and/or bottom.

Apple-Shaped is when you have a thick waist, perhaps you feel your tummy is full and round.

 

Many of my useful fashion tips are shared in this easy to follow e-book so that you’ll no longer need to feel confused or disheartened about what suits you and what doesn’t ever again!