In my June issue shopping section I did a four page feature on dressing for your shape. I'm not going to lie, it was hard work: it was a challenge to identify with body shapes that are not my own but I was determined this wasn't going to be another obvious feature that always says the same things.
Good for petite and flat chested to add volumeJ.Crew Silk crepe de chine top £150
I wanted to get into the nitty gritty of trying to dress for your concerns and find lots of helpful, stylish solutions for all women out there: curvy, petite, top heavy, pear shaped, slim and even pregnant and post-baby.
|Violeta by Mango had a great and stylish selection for curvy shapes|
I hope you will find this feature helpful and that you will agree that there are some great buys to add to your wish list, all of which don't compromise on style.
|When I was pregnant (and fpr a few month after) I lived in my maternity jeans Top Shop matrenity jeans £38.00|
We even filmed a little video to give you extra tips and I'm pretty satifsied with the result but ultimately you are the judge, so I hope you enjoy it.
"Dressing for your shape can be a challenge. With her top tips and tricks Red's fashion and shopping editor Laura Fantacci talks you through every eventuality and shows you how to dress for every concern. Whether you're on the hunt for dresses for apple shaped women or need to know what are the best maternity wear pieces to look out for, Laura's got all bases covered."
See the full feature in the June issue of Red magazine