How to Dress a Middle Figure Body Type (Apple)

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First Starring Role: The Middle Figure

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How to measure: waist/hip and waist/bust ratio is greater than .75

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ashleymischief my dear
kelly clarkson
nina, momma go round (read her story here)
melissa mccarthy

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Middle Figure (Soft Tummy)

Hourglass (Curvy)
Lower Figure (Full Hip, Bottom)
Upper Figure (Ample Bust)
Linear (Straight, Athletic)
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  1. says

    So glad you asked! I read an article about how women feel about their bodies after viewing fashion blogs, and when I learned that women feel more positive about their bodies when viewing pictures of normal women, I knew that I needed to re-calibrate my expectations. I have made a point since then of collecting RSS feeds of bloggers who have noteworthy style and curvaceous figures. My favorite apple-figured bloggers include the lesser-known but lovely Katha,; Stephanie Zwicky,; queen of artful color, Nita, of, the ever-classy Rebecca at; Meg at has adorable fashion sense (but a language warning for sensitive folks). Enjoy!

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