4 ways to match the coat to the figure

Posted: October 13th, 2012 | Author: | Fashion

On the market, you can get a lot of pretty and stylish coats, however, if some model looks great on your friend, it doesn’t have to mean that it will suit you too. However, matching the coat to the figure type isn’t quite difficult, it will be sufficient to get acquainted with following pieces of advice, and you will certainly find just ideal coat for you.

Pear- type figure

If you have pear-type figure, which means that you have broad hips by the quite narrow upper body, the trench coats with two rows of buttons and tied with the belt or coats with ornaments in the top, for example with the fur collar, are just made for you. It will help to balance the silhouettes proportions.

Boyish build

If the nature grudged you the women’s shapes, search for coats with the double row of buttons, as well as with pockets with the flap at the bottom. It will help to highlight the silhouette a little bit. The perfect solutions for matching the coat to your figure are coats with the cut- away waist, fitted in the waist and widening downwards.

Tiny build

If you have a quite petite build, you absolutely can’t buy heavy, long and extensive coats. Decide on knee-length coat. It should also be as close-fitting as possible. In the loose coat you’ll simply “drown”.

Apple-type figure

Do you have quite plentiful shapes? If it’s so, you should resign from coats with two rows of buttons. They’ll optically widen you more. If you have a big breast, make sure that the coat in its areas is loose enough to not restrict your movements and to not stretch out in the fastening place. If it’s necessary, buy the coat one size bigger.

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