Dress for you body type and feel freer to be yourself.
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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 01, 2011
Knowing how to dress to accentuate a woman's figure, helps take the negative self-esteem out of holiday dressing. Women try to reduce hips, waists, thighs or arms by trying dangerous crash diets or anorexia which can lead to heart complications, digestive track damage, muscle depletion and anorexia based malnutrition. These unhealthy measures to fit into holiday clothing for chick parties backfires when women gain their quick weight losses back and more right after the holidays are over.
How can women look beautiful and remain healthy during these holiday galas? Dr. Carol Francis interviews Image Consultant Kimberly Seltzer about sound and doable advice on how to dress for one's shape, skin color and temperament and not need to engage in unhealthy eating or starvation patterns.
Taking the fashion industries' choices and selecting those garments which fit a woman's form "allows you to be yourself, your best and most beautiful self without feeling frustrated that you do not have the figure of the runway models or vogue magazine forms," suggests Image Consultant Kimberly Seltzer.
"Like yourself and fashion yourself to optimize who you are today," recommends Psychologist Dr. Carol Francis. Dr. Carol Francis is the author of "If You Can't Stop Eating, Maybe You're Hungry: Reset Your Cravings" to help women face these issues more easily during these holiday times.
Kimberly Seltzer has been an image consultant, therapist and dating consultant for many years and speaks from her experience, keen eye, compassionate understanding of others and knowing body types and what makes each of women look more fashionable.
DrCarolFrancis.com, 310-543-1824; RelationshipSuccessNow.com, BodyMindSculpting.com, & EliteImageMakeovers.com