We believe that every body is beautiful. However you carry your curves, the key to looking your best is embracing your body type and then dressing in a way that flatters it.
Shapewear is useful for every body type. It should not be about changing your body into something unrealistic, but to rather enhance certain features. Do you know how to look your best? Here are some suggestions to help you attain your most flattering wardrobe.
Curvy at the hips and thighs and smaller on the top. Body fat distribution tends to be in the buttocks, hips and thighs.
Average size bust, larger belly, and flat derriere. Fat is distributed mainly in the abdomen.
Helps define your waistline. Choose a medium to firm control waist cincher or cami-style shapewear to pull your waist in and create smooth lines.
Hips and bust are almost of equal size with a narrower waist. Body shape distribution tends to be around both the upper and lower parts of the body.
For you, shapewear is about enhancement and smoothing. Light to medium control would work best, as you don't need to change much; just smooth out any bumps and lumps for a sexier figure.
The waist may be slightly smaller than hips or bust. Body fat is distributed evenly across the shoulders to the hips.
Defining your waist and butt-lifting to achieve a curvier look, while showing off your long, lean legs. If you're craving a more hourglass-like shape, invest in some medium to firm control briefs or a waist cincher to create the illusion of a smaller midsection and a curvier look.
The upper half is more enhanced than the hips area. Might have the feeling of “top-heavy” as fat distribution is concentrated on the upper part of the body.
Providing extra support at the boobs area, while sculpting your back, upper abdomen, and waist. Try a full-body slip to help align your stance, and/or a waist cincher to pull in your stomach for a taller, leaner, and more even appearance.