Friday, October 9

Shirt, Blouses, and Tees

Your shirts, blouses, and tees reflect your shape and creativity in a significant way. As with all of your garments, the fit through the waist is very important. If your tops square your shape, you have lost your visual feminine fashion power. Make sure to follow these guideline for the most impactful fit:

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All of your tops must either have darts or seaming or else have Lycra, spandex, or elastin so that they can skim the body and offer a womanly shape. Avoid any top that does not help create or enhance your hourglass.

All women look best when they showcase their decolletage. An open neckline broadens the shoulders and balances the hips. Additionally, the higher the neckline, the lower your boobies look. V-neck, scoopneck, and off-the-shoulder tops are universally flattering. Avoid round collars and crewneck tops and T-shirt; they lower your bust and look manly.

Avoid big square booby pockets on your tops. You always want angles, contours, and curves, no squares. Smaller breast pockets are better, but no breast pockets are best.

Check the button placement on your shirts and blouses. Make sure there is an apex button for the best fit. Buttons that hit above and below the fullest part of your bust line always splay open. Avoid man shirts with button-down collars, way too masculine.
Check both the apex seam and the bust seam on all of your tops for proper placement. Two nice, feminine short-sleeved options are short flutter sleeves and cap sleeves cut at a slant. Avoid sleeves cut straight across the fullest part of the arm; this looks matronly. Avoid horizontal stripes of any kind. Look for diagonal stripes instead. If you layer your tops, make sure you have fitted under pieces, and keep in mind that the lightest pieces should be worn closets to your body and build out in weight.


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