Park City, UT (PRWEB) September 27, 2012
"People Magazine's" online edition, People.com regularly publishes a celebrity best dressed list. In reviewing the recent coverage the Emmy's, it is plain to see which celebrities are best at playing up their body types and which ones – along with their respective stylists – seem to fall short.
Among the body-type savvy were Tina Fey, Sofia Vergara, and Nicole Kidman. While the following women enjoy similar celebrity status, success and fame, they may benefit from understanding body type better: Julianne Margulie, Glenn Close, and Mindy Kaling.
“Knowing and dressing to suit your body type can literally and figuratively boost your self confidence,” remarks Shawn Miele for LipoSite. “Just because a woman’s a celebrity doesn’t mean she knows how to play up her body type to her advantage.”
Inspired by People.com's coverage and the five-basic-body-type model outlined by designer Randolph Duke in "The Look: A Guide to Dressing from the Inside Out", LipoSite has posted a free online article to help all women make better fashion picks.
In it, women learn to dress the body they have after liposuction, body contouring and other body sculpting cosmetic plastic surgery procedures.
“Any woman can benefit from knowing the basics of dressing for body type,” adds Miele.
“This is actually one in a two-part series. In a prior article, readers learn to determine their body types, as they’re either considered linear, hourglass, lower figured, upper figured or middle figured.”
LipoSite offers to help women dress their best, and the tips are broken down by body type.
Despite eating right, exercising and taking care of the body, there are always problem areas. Liposuction and other body contouring procedures can help with those. And learning to dress for that shape will help women look and feel better.
Once on LipoSite, readers can also read about body contouring, abdominal etching and liposuction and search a database of board-certified plastic surgeons.