Wednesday, 30 June 2010
just got mii first asos mag after I bought that ' must- have futuristic robot neclace'. and i must sayy, it was very kl. it gave me alot of ideas on what to wear for winter aswell as summer. i think i might start buying stuff from asos just so i can get the magazine free. lol
Tuesday, 22 June 2010
Saturday, 19 June 2010
Monday, 14 June 2010
It's funny how most people our age don't know how to dress for their shape. Which body type are you?
When dressing for pears you must think about balance. You want to give the appearance of a bigger bust and wider shoulders to take all the attention of your lower body. Do this by dressing your lower body with dark colours but on your upper body, play with colour, patterns and wide necklines.
although the actual name given to the boy shape doesn't sound too attractive, this is the ideal shape for models and with the right clothes can seem to be very curvy. Scooped or V- neckline will emphasize your bust, and try to wear padded or under wire bras, although not all boyish figures have small boobs. Fitted jackets Fand waist belts are a great way to cinch your waist. Fish tail dress are a perfect way to give you curves!
Again the main goal is balance. you want to give the impression of slimmer shoulders and waist. Look for tops with V necklines which will bring attention to your envied breasts and away from your shoulders. Look for tops that will cinch your waist. Darker solid colours work best as tops.
Although most colours look great on you, darker colours will make u appear slimmer. pencil skirts work well with your curves and when looking for jackets keep them simple.
hope this helped xx
1)if your upper body is noticeably smaller than your lower body.
2)if you were to gain weight most of it would go to your hips and thighs.
1)you haven't got a lot of curves
2)if you were to gain weight, it would distribute itself even on your body
1)Your upper body is noticeably larger than your lower body
2) if you were to gain weight most of it would go to your waistline
1) Your very curvy with a defined waist
if you were to gain weight, it would distribute evenly
2) You want to wear tops to enhance you bust and waist.
hope this helped xx
I don't know about you, but I felt very disappointed when saw I Gossip Girl's Jessica Szohr in her Monte Carlo TV Festival gown. Not only does it hurt to look at but it looks sooo cheap and does NOTHING for her figure... Where have all her curves gone?
Saturday, 12 June 2010
Even they aren't quite my thing, i still admired the way fringes have been swaying their way along designer catwalks such as Marc Jacobs, Emilio Pucci, Felder Felderand and Mulberry. Gok Wan has also featured a fringes DIY on his tv show. I'm thinking we're going to be seeing them in alot of shops very soon... and who knows, maybe I'll even buy a fringed bag or two. ;)