Dressing for Body Type O0

If you are blessed up top with a well-endowed bust and have a flatter booty with great legs, then you are an O body type.

Your main goal is to draw attention towards your beautiful face and fabulous legs to balance out your body type. Here’s how to achieve your best look!

Tops: The most important accessory to make all your tops fit their best is a properly fitted bra. This will make all the difference! When looking for tops, always fit the girls first so they have breathing room. Camisoles are a necessary staple as many tops will be too low-cut on you. Printed tops are fabulous on you as they minimize the bust. Jackets, such as swing jackets with three-quarter length sleeves, are wonderfully flattering on you. Chunky necklaces, dazzling earrings and stylish scarves (in your eye-catching pop colours of
course!) are fabulous ways to draw the eye upward to your beautiful face.

Bottoms: The style of your bottoms is important to properly balance out your upper body. Choose trousers that have just a slight flare to them, but not overly full or wide at the bottom to avoid looking boxy. Mid-rise jeans that create a straight line from hip-to-floor will balance your beautifully. Stick to relaxed fit or bootcut styles and avoid skinny or wide-leg jeans.

Dresses: Skirts or dresses that fall right at the knee will flatter your legs. A-line styles in a stiffer fabric are incredibly flattering on you as they accentuate your waist and flare out to balance your upper body-it’s a win-win! Wrap and sheath style dresses are also great silhouettes for your body type. Avoid high necklines and go for modest v-neck styles.

The b-o-d-x body shape system and tips are courtesy of Shari Braendel from Fashion Meets Faith.

Kim McMurray is a certified Image Consultant, personal shopper and speaker. Her passion is to inspire women of all ages to embrace and reflect their unique beauty from the inside out. She has enthusiastically taught women around the world how to dress according to their natural colouring and specific body type to confidently live out their life’s calling. Kim McMurray, kimzmcm@gmail.com, 250-734-1925, beautyspeakers.org/KimMcMurray.html

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