I know it’s almost the end of summer and I’m still writing summer articles with outfit suggestions but I know for a fact that some of you didn’t get a chance to have a proper vacation yet. Am I right?
And there’s another thing – you can always wear summer outfits during the beginning of the fall if you add blazers, cardigans and tights and replace the sandals with ballet flats or your favorite shoes. You will keep the summer vibe alive and you will have great fun during cold fall nights. Sounds like a good plan to me!
Now let’s see, if you are a rectangle, you know that creating a feminine silhouette or adding edgy-modern touches to your outfits should be your main purpose, right? You can check this section for more inspiration and advice for your body type.
When it comes to dresses you have two main options: wearing dresses that will create the illusion of a slimmer waist line or going for the no-waist trend. The no-waist trend is great for rectangles because women with this body type are usually slim and fit and this type of dresses look great on them. If you prefer a feminine silhouette with a nice, accentuated waist, belts should become your best friends!
Skirts are also great to express your femininity and personality! To create more volume, you can choose a flare skirt or a pleated skirt. For a style touch a pencil skirt with a geometric pattern or a bold print is also a good idea. Based on your height and vertical silhouette, you can decide between mid waist skirts or high waist skirts.
Pallazo pants and flared pants made a huge comeback this year and you should celebrate this! They are amazing for you because they add volume to your hips and thighs, making your waist to appear slimmer. Plus they are super stylish and you can express your creativity creating outfits with these awesome pants!
If you choose flared skirts or pants, keep the tops fitted, if you choose pencil skirts or fitted pants, you can wear voluminous tops with belts. Less is more is always the best approach for a stylish outfit.
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