For broad shoulder and thick women, use V-necks, drop shoulders, and dolman or raglan sleeves and avoid padded shoulders and puff sleeves. Narrow shoulders need lightly padded shoulders pads. This is fine as long as they don't look like the 1980's, (I wrote this before the 80's came back in) small collars, and are flattered by halter tops and diagonal lines from shoulder to waist. Granted the 80's and big shoulder pads are back, but do what you feel is right for your body. Do what is comfortable for you a lone. Tank tops great for all year round even in the winter to layer with other items. Tank tops for full bosom woman or large woman should be thick straps. Though thin straps will increase the long of your breast it will also make your shoulders appear wider.
Heavy legs should wear straight-leg slacks, boots, just below the knee skirts and dresses, high-heel shoes, dark colored shoes and stockings, but avoid short skirts, tight pants, and shoes with straps. Small hips should wear pleated, gathered skirts, and chemise dresses, but avoids tight skirts. Large hips and thighs are flattered by colored skirts and dresses, dark colored hose/shoes, and single colored outfits. They should avoid large, busy patterns on skirts/pants, horizontal stripes on skirts/pants, brightly colored or plaid skirts or pants, gathered skirts, and pants with back pockets.
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