Day 3 Holiday Challenge:
Closet Organized? Check! Now it’s time to determine your body shape…and where it is you gain your weight and have challenges.
The goal in dressing is to look like you have a balanced body, even if you don’t…which most of us don’t!
There are 4 body types: B O D X Here’s a rundown:
B: Gain weight in belly, have a muffin top, no waist, flat rear and nice legs.
O: Rounder figures, have a very full bust and usually gain in belly too. Usually haveflat rear and skinny legs.
D: Gain weight in hips and thighs or butt. Smaller waist. Challenge is below the waist line.
X: Balanced. You are at your ideal weight.
When you get dressed, I want others to always see your FACE first, and THEN your body. When you dress to hide your challenge areas, then you will begin to accomplish this.
Step 1: Determine what type you are.
Step 2: Look at your undergarments and Shapewear and determine if you have the correct items to wear under your clothes to make your challenge areas look less challenging. Try them on under your clothes and make sure they do what they’re supposed to do.
Step 3: If you don’t have the correct shapewear, then go shopping online or dept. store and search the lingerie dept. Ask for help if you need it.
Step 4: Please help each other below in the comments. If you have a great shaper you wear for your particular body type, please share with the others.
The above Shaper is my favorite...I got mine at Cato's and it is like tall underwear with a bit of padding. It hides my muffin top and makes my tummy look smaller...it's about 10 bucks. I LOVE it...I have a few pair of these.
Let’s make this easy.
And remember, you don’t have to spend a lot of money when buying a Shaper, there are all kinds of good ones out there at decent prices. But I do believe that EVERY body needs a shaper of some kind. Okay, maybe not EVERY body, but MOST!
Can’t wait to hear what your favorite Shapers is…and what your body type is.