You (as well as I), probably, more than once had to hear that a good figure can not be spoiled by anything. That slender girls are so easy to dress, and full so difficult. I will disappoint you: first, bad images spoil absolutely any figure, and secondly, it is difficult for everyone to dress. Thoughtlessly pulling on the first “rags” that come across in the closet, you can create something with yourself that no figure will save you. So, the first danger for owners of perfect figures is the lack of serious attitude to their style. They say that I’m beautiful? Well, then, any clothing suits me.
Here’s an example. Actress una Chaplin (Oona Chaplin), who played in the series “Game of Thrones” an exotic beauty of noble (but not monarchical) blood, who struck down the young king of the North on the spot. Still would it not strike, look how her simple, rough gray clothing (however, very correct, clean lines) emphasized the grace of the figure and the beauty of the heroine’s face: Continue reading