Life is not perfect but your outfit can be


Living in fashion

The word mode means fashion . Changes in clothing often took place at times of economic or social change. fashion houses run by individual designers, started in the 19th century with Charles Frederick Worth  beginning in 1858 was the first designer to have his label into the garments he created. the Charleston style in the 1920s with fringed dresses and sparkling pearls or even the arrival of the New Look with Christian Dior in the 1940s.  virtually all clothing was handmade for individuals, either as home production or on order from dressmakers and tailors.

Body type

1. Tall And Slim

Tall and , slim women can experiment with vibrant prints and a floor-length kurti. Another option is an asymmetrical kurti with numerous flares. If you wear one of these kurtis, you won’t need to wear heels because the couture will improve your appearance as a whole. You might attempt a collared or bandhgala neck on tall, thin women. Invest in a V-neck or scoop neck if you have large breasts or a petite bust. Taller women can benefit from wearing a full-length kurti with wide-leg bottoms, leggings, or even cigarette pants.

2. Body with a Pear Shape

Big hips are typical of women with pear-shaped bodies. Your curves will be more easily concealed by a floor-length kurti. The kurti must, however, flow from your waist rather than sitting on your back. You can choose a V-neckline, scoop neckline, or boat neck because pear-shaped bodies have smaller chests (making flat chests look bigger). Instead of wearing leggings with the kurti, wear wide-leg or cigarette pants. Your back can be emphasized with a tight pair of bottoms.

3. Short And Slim Body

Floor-length kurtis can be worn by slim, short women without heels. Even without heels, your outfit will give the impression of height if you wear it with cigarette pants or leggings. Wide-leg bottoms should never be worn with a full-length kurti on short women because they will make you look even shorter when wearing heels. If you have a slim build, though, you can experiment with hues and designs that complement your skin tone.

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