Dress for your body shape (wl)

Body shape — the shape of figure of a person which is determined by skeletal structure and distribution of fat and muscles. There are 5 main female body shapes:
inverted triangle
hour glass
There are 4 main male body shapes:
inverted triangle
Outfit — a set of clothes that you wear together, especially for a particular occasion or purpose
Top — a piece of clothing worn on the upper part of the body
Bottom — the lower part of the outfit (jeans, trousers etc.)
Waist — the area around the middle of the body between the ribs and the hips, often narrower than the areas above and below
Hip — the area at either side of the body between the top of the leg and the middle part of the body; the joint at the top of the leg that connects it with the top part of the body
Shoulder — either of the two parts of the body between the top of each arm and the neck
Collar — the part around the neck of a shirt, jacket or coat that usually folds down
A-line — wider at the bottom than at the top
Belt — a long narrow piece of leather, cloth, etc. that you wear around the middle part of your body
Fit — to be the right shape and size for somebody/something
Size — one of a number of standard measurements in which clothes, shoes and other goods are made and sold
Baggy — fitting loosely

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