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About Shape

Your arms and legs can tend to be quite thin in proportion to the rest of your body. You carry most of your weight in your mid section, bust, waist and bottom

What to Wear:

  • Asymmetrical, cowl, scoop, boat, v-neck, or any style that exposes the neckline
  • Sleeves 3/4, 5/8 and bracelet-length
  • Lighter bottoms, darker tops. Un-tucked tops. Flat-front pants
  • Princess seams, dropped waist, blouson styled tops, faux wrap dresses, draped silhouettes
  • 'Peak' empire waist. High slits. Straight, tiered, tulip and trumpet skirts

What not to Wear:

  • Turtlenecks or styles that cover-up neckline
  • Designs with horizontal stripes, heavy pleating, ruffles, or extra details at the midsection
  • Classic empire waist, combi-dress, wrap-around dresses with full skirts
  • Super-clingy and very fitted styles. Full-length sleeves
  • Pants with front pleats. Wide leg and baggy styles. High-waist bottoms