Pear it right!

Hey guys! So from this week until the next 4 weeks we will be posting a series of links regarding body types. Each week will have a new body type.We believe that everyone has a very unique body and embracing your body type is very important.Dressing up keeping your body type in mind will help you dress better. Its all about loving yourself  and enjoying the skin you’re in.

So we are starting with a body type which is the most common one which is the PEAR shaped. If you are a bottom-heavy beauty and are bigger around the hips, bottom or thighs than you are up top then, like most women, you are a Pear!.Work that womanly figure by adding more shape and structure above the waist. Balance out your curvy bottom half with bold bright tops or tops with large collars, lapels or sleeves.Some of the  famous celebrities under this body type include Katie Holmes, Beyonce, Rihanna, Shakira,etc.

If you fall under this body type then keep the following Do’s and Dont’s in mind.

– Use dark bottoms as far as possible. This will give an illusion of smaller hips. Pants with Clean lines and muted colours are best. Mid rise styles will be most flattering

– Wear contrasting  tops as they will divert the attention from your hips to your upper half.

-While wearing dressing try avoiding dresses that end below your knee. Go for dresses that end mid way between your thighs.

-Avoid jodhpurs will bring out your hips more. Cargo pants with pockets on the thigh will broaden you .Steer clear of light bright colours and bulky buttons.

-Try wearing heels as much as you can as this will make  your body look more proportionate.

Our gorgeous models – Kanchi Chokshi, Sambhavi Singh

We hope you guys like this post and this helps you and your style!



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2 responses

  1. Love this idea! Being a (sometimes) proud apple, I can’t wait for you to feature that!

    As for pears…you guys are spot on!
    Dark wash denims are a pear’s best friend :))

    December 4, 2010 at 12:41 AM

  2. Do an inverted triangle soon! 🙂

    December 4, 2010 at 1:45 PM

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