Sunday, December 14, 2008

Punky B.


Anonymous said...

I agree with what you said in previous posts about style: it is not determined by body size or shape but how you dress and feel in your body. That being said, I don't believe that you are dressing you body type properly. It is true that curves should be accentuated however, the skirts you wear over exaggerate your form and not in the best way. When you wear the high waisted skirts which have a full "puff" it makes your lower half look larger than it is. I can tell because in your outfits where you wear jeans or dresses (without the high waisted puff) you're body shape accentuated, not exaggerated. Wearing looser clothes does bring comfort but when you wear the clothes with so much puff it hides your body under way too much fabric which shouldn't be hidden! Based on simple observance, you don't need to stop wearing the clothes you do, I ask you not too because you have a style. However, may I suggest pulling your skirts and belts down to your natural waist or higher waist rather than below the bust line? When you have a larger chest and you belt below it, it makes your chest look much larger and your waist and everything below look larger as well. I think you look most beautiful in this post

You are wearing a nice structured jacket/blazer hybrid, belting your dress at a more natural waist and the dress itself is a nice royal blue color which is very becoming on you.

I don't want you to think this is me saying your style is ugly (which it's not!) or that you cannot wear the clothes you do (because you can!). I just think that you can wear the clothes more properly for your shape. With your body shape, whether your are a twigglette of 90 lbs. or a size 8, it will give the same effect. This being said, I am not calling you "fat" either and I hope you don't think I am. It's just a suggestion.

Lydia said...

Thanks for the advice, it was very well worded! You made some good points, and although I usually dress however I feeling, I'll try to take you advice into consideration. :)

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