Sunday, 6 February 2011

How to Choose Casual Tops

Choosing the right casual top can be confusing due to the many choices available. This video details the style of three different casual tops: the polo, the peasant and the western, including the options for different body types to wear them properly.

Tops & Outerwear:
How To Choose Casual Tops
  1. Now, we're going to talk about how to choose a casual top. There are so many different styles of casual tops so I've just chosen three. There's the classic polo shirt.

    Now, you can get plain polo shirts or you can get like this one, stripes. If you're larger busted, I would go for the plain polo neck. If you're pear-shaped, you can go for the striped because it gives more detail attention to the top half than to your wider hips.

    Also for the boyish frame, you can go for the stripes as well. This blouson, gypsy, or peasant shaped blouse is ideal for if you want to hide the tummy. It actually creates a waist for the boyish figure and also for if you've got a larger tummy, it actually hides.

    All the pleats hide the tummy so it's great for that. And the elasticated bottom is great for accentuating a waist if you have one, but if you don't, it's great for creating a waist. The blouson style of the blouse actually falls over the waistband so it's a good camouflage.

    Then, we go for the cowboy style, the western-style-like shirt. This keeps coming back into fashion. So, it's quite a good style to have.

    Then it does have a lot of detail on the front so it's not as good for the larger busted lady. So if you can get one without pockets, do so. But the check detail and actually vertical stripes make you look slimmer, horizontal stripes make you look wider, but the check actually counteracts that because if they're both, if they're both in the same depth and coloring, then there's no problem with that.

    If you're larger, you can wear checks. And that's how to choose a casual top.

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