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    Ruth Evenhuis
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How to shop for your beautiful apple shape body

Apples are sweet and delicious! ūüćé ¬†You have shapely legs, a medium to full bust and width around the midsection. To make the most of your shape you can dress to elongate the torso and highlight¬†your lovely bust or gorgeous¬†legs.


Tops

V- neck, round neck, shirt collars and wide necklines look great on you. Empire cut tops highlight your bust and skim over your midsection. Tunic tops can look really lovely on you, but make sure they’re not too baggy and big, which can sometimes add unnecessary bulk. 

Drapy cardigans look lovely on you. Tailored jackets add structure and look great when cut below the waist to mid thigh - think longline blazers and tailored coats.

The Asymmetric Curled Vest looks amazing on you. The trapeze cut of the vest is a great shape and length, skimming over your midsection with subtle detailing, drawing attention to your gorgeous bust.   

Bottoms

Your legs are beautiful, so don't be shy! Knee length a line skirts or slightly flared skirts balance out your shape. Boot cut and straight leg pants help show off your amazing legs and cropped pants also look great. Fun, bright and patterned leggings and tights worn with a long top or short skirt also work to bring attention to those lovely legs.

These fun Dita footless tights look gorgeous on you and show off your lovely legs. 

 

Dresses

Dresses made from light and flowy fabrics suit you best. A-line dresses, trapeze dresses and dresses with an empire waist beautifully balance out your proportions. Above-knee tunic dresses look gorgeous on you, as do dresses with a v or shirt neckline.

 

The V Neck Dress looks lovely on you. The flowy fabric skims over your body, finishing above your knees to bring attention to your legs. The v neck brings subtle attention to your bust. 

Head to shop your shape for more clothing worthy of your sweet apple body. Next week, we're talking straight shape.

 

 

 

  • Author avatar
    Ruth Evenhuis
  • fashionhow toshop your shapesustainable fashion

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