you're a hippy
will look hippier with straight skirts and pants.
covering part of the hips from the rear is a very good camouflage.
details in the pocket.
pockets make you look round.
is not advisable but covering them with a vest or jacket or
an attractive top worn outside the pants offers some very
shorter you are the better to use softer fabric.
pants or pleated skirts, big plaids or horizontal patterns are not good.
puffy skirts and pants.
your hips are an hourglass figure.
blends are for you.
you think, you need more hips wear skirts with graceful fullness,
or pants, which fit sleekly without any excess fabric.
hips can use the camouflage of over shirt or open shirt jacket.
you have no rear end, back pockets are very good.
are more flattering than pants.
on your hips and your rear are a must to a perfect silhouette.
can be reasonably purchased.
hips and Derriere:
Set-in waists, full skirts, A line, princess, broad shoulder, and heavy
sweaters, padded shoulders to balance the figure.
Avoid chemises, dropped waists, fanny wraps, tank tops, camisoles, halters,
narrow skirts, narrow legging, short jackets, straight coats, bold accessories
that emphasize the flaw of the hips.
hips and derriere
Wraps, dropped waist, sarong, chemise, set-in waist,
full skirts, tents, over-blouse, tunics, A-line, princess,
stirrups pants and pants with pleats.
back with knees folded up to chest, arms clasped around knees. Roll slowly from
side to side, making sure the fleshiest part of your hips makes contact with the
floor on each roll. Do ten side-to-side rolls.