The hourglass…

Are you a hourglass? Lucky you!

The hour glass top and bottom are very proportional and the middle (waist) is narrow and very coveted.

Hour Glass Shape
Hour Glass Shape

There is basically no clothes that would look bad on you.

You can use and abuse of the wonderful wrap dresses (even though they are just awesome for all body types) and anything that accentuates your wonderful figure.

You may want to consider your other features such as height, bust size, complexion, hair color, to define what will flatter you the most. For example – even though a hourglass type could use any kind of pants, you might want to consider your height to decide for flare or straight legs. You can absolutely use fitted tops, but might want to consider your bust size to decide on the neckline. There is really nothing much that will make you look bad, but there are – as for everyone else – the ones that will flatter the most.

So, consider your height to pick the right dress or skirt length, if you have short or long waist to decide on what kind of belts, your hair color as well as complexion to choose the right color (at least to use on the top part of your body, close to your face).

Here are some examples of really good choices for the hourglass:

The pencil skirt always does a good job and the belt is fabulous to accentuate even more the hour glass figure.
The pencil skirt always does a good job and the belt is fabulous to accentuate even more the hour glass figure.

 

The wrap top with the v-neck is just perfect to contour the hour glass figure.
The wrap top with the v-neck is just perfect to contour the hour glass figure.

 

Yes, skinny jeans look awesome when you are hour glass shape... Using a longer tee with a shorter cardigan also helps defining the waist line ( not that you really need it...)
Yes, skinny jeans look awesome when you are hour glass shape… Using a longer tee with a shorter cardigan also helps defining the waist line ( not that you really need it…)

 

 

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