It is strange that the concepts of “oversize” and” fitted ” are often opposed to each other. To make a beautiful waist, we just need clothes that went a lot of fabric. And with a narrow dress and a belt, you can’t make any waist.
See. The average figure somehow resembles a rectangle (Yes, I know about simple and inverted triangles, about broad shoulders and hips, about an “hourglass” — but in order for a person to actually look exactly like a triangle or a clock, you need very pronounced disproportions or a very bright fantasy — the latter is most likely). Any body without clothing, or in clothing that fits, is still geometrically closer to the rectangle than to any other shape. And if you put a belt on this rectangle, then visually we will not get any such waist, but we will get two rectangles: Continue reading