I had a little time today so I played in my closet. I focused on creating curves where none exist. My body is cylindrical -- I have the exact same measurements for my hips, waist and bust.
To confront this challenge, I wore a skirt from my sweet friend Emma which is so flared as to almost be a tutu. The flaring makes my hips look larger than my waist, at least I hope. What do you think?
It looks good. I love that yellow!ReplyDelete
i think you did a great job! im constantly trying to create curves i dont have. im heavy and i carry my weight in my belly and my hips arent exactly curvalicious so im always trying to switch things around and make my waist smaller and hips look a little bigger. NOT an easy task! ahaReplyDelete
You look smashing in yellow, hon! What a glorious shade.ReplyDelete
I love this - it accentuates your waist nicely! Well done!
Fashion is all about illusion and creating shapes that might not exist on their own. You look more curvy and feminine in a flared skirt. Good choice!ReplyDelete
I LOVE this look! The yellow top is Perfect! You look Fabulous!ReplyDelete
i think it looks great! and i love that skirt!ReplyDelete
Haha when I saw "Emma" I thought, "I didn't send this in my package!" But then I realized it was a different Emma. I'm STILL not used to my name being a common one, haha.ReplyDelete
Anyway, the shape of this skirt definitely gives you a curvier look. And your legs look great!
You're going to have to accept that I know two Emmas, Emma. But you're still unique!Delete
It does give you hips--I would saw it is an unqualified success.ReplyDelete
Wow! This look I really like on you. You are lucky in the respect that you can wear such exaggerated silhouettes without actually looking shapeLESS, instead you look quite shapely. I adore that shade of yellow and those loose flowing sleeves scream spring.ReplyDelete
One of my fav Ally looks imo.
Looks great and appropriately curvy! And such happy colors!ReplyDelete
What a cute skirt! I love that and the happy yellow shirt too!ReplyDelete
A lot of fun. That skirt is really fabulous. Definitely helps define your waist & give you some curves. The yellow is great too. Also I like your makeup choices here. The dark lip was a really good decision.ReplyDelete
what a fun skirt! i certainly does give the illusion of an hourglass figure. i have this problem too...ReplyDelete
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Hey! I definitely think you were successful in creating a wait in this outfit. Awesome!! You do look good in yellow. Yellow is a color that I can never wear.ReplyDelete
Totally, TOTALLY works !ReplyDelete
Oh and I also love the hair.
I think I want that skirt! You look exactly like a Golden Girl. Not the Betty White kind, the Oscar statuette kind, all shiny and mesmerizing.ReplyDelete
Whoot whoot now that's a curvy silhouette and what a fun skirt! I love how flouncy and sassy it is, really exaggerating your waist!ReplyDelete
Very cute, Ally.ReplyDelete
I'm a sucker for leopard print so that skirt is awesome in my book. Your sunshine ring is very sweet, too!
That is all.
That is the perfect outfit to add curves. And you canNOT go wrong with yellow and leopard.ReplyDelete
Also, Ally, I know it's late notice, but if you were able to find an 80s (or otherwise) prom dress now, maybe you could just play dress up for prom like I am. Just a suggestion; I'd love it if you could participate.
I love this outfit! The yellow is so fun and pretty and I adore that skirt! It does make you look curvier. :)ReplyDelete
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Out of this world! I love it! It's over the top, but not. I love that you paired yellow and leopard. I'm going to have to try that. And your necklace is so cool!ReplyDelete