Thursday, January 3, 2013

How to Dress an Hourglass Body Type (Curvy)

Cardigan Empire the Movie, climaxes with  
The Hourglass

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kendi, kendi everyday
christina hendricks
naomi, love taza
sofia vergara

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Hourglass (Curvy)

Upper Figure (Ample Bust)
Middle Figure (Soft Tummy)
Lower Figure (Full Hip, Bottom)
Linear (Straight, Athletic)
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Somers said...

I think Kendi might be my long lost body double. And for any doubters out there, yes, hourglasses do "have their own jar of pickles."

Anonivixen said...

Oh my god, why did you pick such hideous prints for that poor woman?

Reachel Bagley, Fashion Consultant said...

Sorry it wasn't your style. Hope you like outfits in another video.

30somethingdeb said...

Hello Rachel! Thanks for your awesome Blog! I loved the dress and cardi. That was pretty. Do you think Straight Leg, Boot leg, Wide Legs are the best offers of leg cuts too for Hour Glass?

Reachel Bagley, Fashion Consultant said...

Dear 30SomethingDeb,

Straight cuts are the most universally flattering legline out there. They would definitely work for an hourglass. Bootcuts offer a nice balance at the ankle for a curvy hip. Very skinny jeans can be tricky for an hourglass since they force a comparison between a wider hip and a much narrower ankle. I prefer a more moderate trouser leg to a full wide leg since that much fabric can be overwhelming on an already curvy figure.

Hope that helps :)

Shelleen said...

I found your website through a friend that paid for one of your styling sessions and I am SO glad! This opened my eyes because I've always felt like I was an upper figure and lower figure and thought that you had to be one or the other and was always confused and felt left out. It also made me feel that because I had a full bust and full waist that I was just a big fatty. I'm glad to have found out that I'm an hourglass and will take confidence in my new-found body type! HOORAY!

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