Good figure and style: what’s the catch?
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:
Now let’s see how the actress dresses in life. Look, what a king this is. All the outfits are extremely provincial, and there is no trace of the elegant beauty left. Of course, you can see that the girl has a good figure and a nice face. But that’s all. The fact that she is poorly dressed is also visible. Bad fabrics, wide inappropriate (and bad-looking) belts, a constant desire to fit something, outdated styles. Just an exemplary participant in the “how not to” category.
The second danger of a good figure is that its happy owners sometimes just maniacally want to show it. Manic — because in General, always and everywhere.
Let’s look at another actress I “met” in the series “Flesh and bones” as an aging prima ballerina. When I saw her in the frame with a Louis Vuitton shopper over her shoulder, I just lost my peace. This bag is not an it bag for a long time. And too noticeable to be in the hands of the heroine just like that. This shopper definitely wants to tell us something. But what? That the heroine earns the most (as prima) in the troupe? That she was so old? Yes, it seems not so much. That it’s old-fashioned? But why does the viewer need these details about the fashionable and old-fashioned? Twenty minutes later, everything became clear. Yes, just the heroine-a resident of the former CIS, Ukrainian (and could be Russian — this is not the point). The lack of ability to dress in Slavs and their specific preferences in clothing, alas, are a byword. I even met the phrase in an Italian detective: “who are the Russians? Aah, are those very poorly dressed women?”. Now everything was clear. And this shopper, and eyebrows round Crescent. And makeup. And a tight Trouser suit with zippers, complete with stilettos and an elderly Balenciaga handbag, which no one but a Slav who wants to demonstrate both her figure and financial well-being would wear.
The actress who played prima was also our former compatriot, a ballerina from Kiev, Irina dvorovenko. And her way of dressing (unfortunately, you can’t call it a style) is firmly tied to her graceful figure. Not only that, all its cases look quite outdated. But how boring it must be: always and everywhere look the same. On a walk, at a reception, at a photo shoot in a magazine, on a TV show. And forget it about the figure and think about the appearance in General — what could turn out to be a style icon!