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The right clothes for your A H I figure

Jan 21, 2022

Coco Chanel said "Fashion is architecture, it's a question of proportion". The great lady of fashion was right, every woman can dress as she wishes, but women who know their body type well know how to highlight their best assets!

The idea of choosing clothes according to your silhouette is not to hide your shapes but to enhance them by rebalancing the volumes of the upper and lower body.

The garment must be your ally in this sense and its cut must help visually bring your silhouette back to the X (think of Marylin Monroe). This goal is easy to achieve when you know the cuts of clothing that will naturally help you get there.

Here's what you need to remember to help you make the best choices for each body type.

Silhouette A

You have an A-frame figure if your shoulders are slightly narrower than your hips and your waist is fairly defined. It is a pyramid-shaped silhouette that women often inherit after pregnancy. If this is your case, you need to emphasize your upper body and shoulders to balance your figure and minimize the impact of your lower body. Catch the eye above the belt!

Silhouette H

You have an H silhouette if your shoulders are almost in line with your hips and your waist is poorly defined. Since there is a nice balance between your shoulders and hips, the goal is to give the impression of digging in the waist. Women's clothing that is fitted or semi-cinched at the waist emphasizes the waist and is favorable for this type of figure (look for clothing that resembles an hourglass and shows a defined waistline even when lying flat on a hanger).

Silhouette I

You are petite, your shoulders and hips are the same width and your waist is poorly defined, you have an I-shaped silhouette also called a “boyish silhouette”. To feminize it, accentuate your chest, shoulders or hips (with volume, round shapes, pockets, puffy sleeves, etc.).

No matter your type of figure, keep in mind that you can afford to wear what you like to have style, but use clothing as your ally and be elegant and full of confidence!
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