How To: Movie Looks – The Little Mermaid

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Apple: The side drape of the dress will help to minimize a larger tummy. The shoulders of the dress bring the attention up and away. The shoulders on the shirt in the second look do the same. The way the skirt falls out from the stomach and straight down will also help to minimize it’s largeness. The bright blue in the third look focuses the eyes on the top of the bust and on the legs. 
The Little Mermaid - Apple
 
 
 Pear: The wide shoulders in all of these looks will help to balance out a larger bottom. These looks are also good for minimizing a small tummy.
The Little Mermaid - Pear
 
 Column: Each of these looks makes the hips appear wider, balancing out a larger top. The first look and third look do that by the cut and shape of the garments. The middle look does that by camouflaging larger breast and cutting a line across the hips making them the focus.
The Little Mermaid - Column
 
 Boy: The dresses here both help to create shape with the wider shoulders and with the way the fabric falls around the hips – bringing attention to both areas. In the second look the wide leg of the shorts and the cap sleeve of the t-shirt do the same thing.
The Little Mermaid - Boy
 
   
Hourglass: These looks don’t accentuate curves, but they don’t hide them either. They are also perfectly balanced as far as shoulder width and hip width. So, none of these looks will take away from your balanced proportions. The waist on each of these looks is a little higher which means you won’t have to worry about muffin top.
The next Movie Looks post will be on To Wong Foo Thanks For Everything, Julie Newmar.
 
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