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When you know how to dress for your shape, you know how to play up your assets and downplay the areas of your body that you don't necessarily want to draw attention to. You know how to highlight certain parts, de-emphasize others and fool the eye into believing that you are the epitome of proportion and balance.
The "fat but fit" idea is likely just a myth.
Whether you have a hot date or are heading for a night on the town with the girls, you'll want to look your best this Valentine's Day. The first step to dressing for the occasion? Finding the perfect...
Knowing how to dress for your particular body shape is key to looking great. Without this knowledge, you might not know which clothing cuts, styles and lengths look best on you, how to wear certain items to suit your body best or how to choose and place accessories to monopolize on the body you've got.
Sometimes the rules or recommendations that you see in magazines or on the web don't always ring true (for everyone). So how do you know when to follow the suggestions or disregard them? The answer lies in knowing yourself -- your body, your style, your lifestyle and your preferences.
Whether you're trying to find the perfect little black dress for your petite or fuller frame, attempting to harness a little positivity in your new pregnant body, or just looking for more ways to be body positive this year -- we're always happy to help!
I have a lot of clients who try to tell me that their bodies are just meant to be fat naturally. I then tell them I'm sorry but I do not agree! The bottom line is this: nobody was born to be uncomfortable in their own skin. It took me a long time to make health my goal, not weight loss. And ever since I've started to make that shift I've never been happier with my body.