Fashion Tips on legs according to Noubikko

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LEGS
If you have bow legs

  • There is no substitute for wearing skirts a little longer.
  • Soft, fuller skirt or an A-shape creates a very good camouflage.
If you have long legs
  • Avoid very high-cut legs
  • Choose straight-cut legs
If you have short legs
  • Avoid straight-cut legs
  • Choose high-cut legs
For shorter leg
  • Jackets or coats ending at lower hip or mid-thigh creates a longer leg.
  • Horizontal patters on skirts, pants and dresses create a camouflage.
  • Avoid shorter length skirts and shorts because they tends to further shorten you.
  • Bulky textures attracts the focus of the eyes to the legs.
  • Light colors give emphasis to the legs.
  • High-waisted style are best for you.
For long leg
  • Pockets, patchwork or applique balance a proportionate effect.
  • Longer length skirts cover the leg.
  • Slim line skirts silhouettes the hip line thus creating a well balance look.
  • Dark colors are very good.
Heavy legs

Good: Vertical lines, loose fitted dresses, long tunics, padded shoulders, puffed, dolman sleeves, raglan, halters, peplums wide leg pants, straight leg pants, dropped waist, pleats, loosely fitted jackets, hosiery to match shoes, bold accessories that are above the belt.
Bad: Avoid straight flared, sarong, light colored hose and leg warmer.

 
Thin legs:
  • There is no substitute for wearing skirts a little longer.
  • Avoid very high cut legs.
  • Avoid straight cut legs.
  • Horizontal patters on skirts, pants and dresses create a camouflage.
  • Bulky textures are attracts the focus of the eyes to the legs.
  • Light colors give a goo silhouette.
  • Avoid open pleating an tapered sarong.
  • Avoid ruffles or tiered skirts.