Girls on Film, Part II: A Spring Style Guide for All Sizes

Yesterday, I posted the Curvy Girl Tea Party Delight.  
Those looks are versatile and flattering for absolutely anyone, but specifically helpful for ladies who find it difficult to accentuate their shape because they aren't sure where it ends or begins, ie... 
The "Tom-Boy", AKA "The Apple", AKA "The Rectangle"
image: prommafia.com

Today, we're tackling "The Pear" and "The (upside-down)Triangle", 
AKA "Heavy Hips w/ a Cherry on Top" & "Lots of Froth on a Demi Drip"


Girls on Film, Part I:
~We'll Have Coffee with Desert~

Accessories: Fedora
Foil-ing for You Wedge
Crimson and Bow-ver Heel
Shana Printed Button Down

Orly Genger Thread & Tube Accented Rope Necklace/Goldtone

Tt Collection Women's Nichols Tie Blouse

Hanky Panky Original Bralette

High Waist Short Skirt in a Structured Fabric

Eugenia Kim Women's Craig Felt Mini-Fedora
Oscar de la Renta: Crocheted Silk Bolero
Miss Unkon Destination Now Top
Rebecca Taylor Python Cami
MINKPINK Faithful Top
Loose Fit Harem Pants
80/20 Eureka Wedge
Proudly Posh Heel



Dancing Branflake said...

This is such a fun post! I'm not a pear but I love what you did here. You have such a wonderful blog!

Annalise said...

Yeah, I truly think any body-type can pull off any style, it's just a matter of finding the right size/fit and accessorizing in a way that accentuates the positives. Thanks so much for stopping by! Same to you... loving your recent vacay post.
xx- Annalise

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