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Clothing Haul & How to Dress a Pear Body Type

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Published on Mar 25, 2012

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Yes I am a pear...I just work out so I'm less heavy set (because this body tends to look heavy very easily). I have a less than 24 waist, with 36 inch hips. Its not as exaggerated as some, but it's still very much a pear
I even checked it across websites like Shopyourshape
You can enter in your measurements and find out what you are, it agrees that I'm a pear (but in the more modern/expanded options I lean towards spoon/pear because of my raised hip bones)
Even when I was fitted professionally for the Levis Curve ID jeans I fell in to the bold curves category. 3 measurements all done by different people all saying the same thing


Generally speaking, its all about drawing attention to the top and playing down the bottom. For tops they should be bright, patterned, off the shoulder, whatever it is that will draw attention and makes you feel comfortable

Bottoms should be kept plain, and focus on elongating and playing down the bottom. So think nude heels, dark pants etc

Products in the order they're shown:
http://www.dailylook.com/c/2012-03-02...
Teal Loose Knit Top

http://www.dailylook.com/c/2012-02-04...
Keyhole Tank Top by Alythea
Thick link Bracelet

http://www.dailylook.com/c/2012-03-02...
Twin Pocket Collar Shirt in Red Coral

http://www.dailylook.com/c/2012-02-03...
Sheer Drape Cardigan by Color Thread




FTC: Products of choice were provided by Daily Look for consideration. All opinions are honest and my own. Video sponsored by Daily Look

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