|Lala Anthony showing off her curves while shopping at Curve in Beverly Hills.|
A woman's body is probably one of the most beautiful things God created, and women are finally embracing those God given gifts right above and below our waistlines! Speaking of the waistline, that is the most important area of your body when it comes to defining your curves. In the 1900's women wore corsets to cinch the waist, and accentuate the bust and hips and today, women are doing everything in their power to keep a slim waist, but continue to have nice boobs and a big booty! We all want that hourglass shape, but the truth is some women are more endowed in the bust and others in the hips/butt however, your curves cannot be denied if your waistline is cinched, as it should be.
|Beyonce stunned the world with her curves as she stepped out for the first time after giving birth to Blue Ivy.|
Taking your measurements should be the first step to figuring out the type of curvy woman you are, and those measurements should be your guide to help you shop for the right clothes. A lot of women make the mistake of not shopping for the correct sizes, and that can ultimately make you either look out of shape or just a mess! I take my measurements once a month because I am working out frequently and sometimes you lose inches instead of pounds, and trust me losing inches will affect the way your clothes fit. I tend to buy clothes that are very fitted, and clothes that accentuate my hips and butt because I am smaller up top. Having a smaller bust with such large hips means I have to find ways to increase my bust line, which keeps me from having an obvious pear shape look. I usually find ways to do that through undergarments, which I'll get into in my next post...stayed tuned & love your curves ladies!
|Kim Kardashian is known for her hourglass shape and she knows exactly how to accentuate every curve she has.|
|Serena Williams is definitely a curvy woman and she know which of her ASSets to show off.|
|This pic is from 1902 she was wearing her corset and showing everybody what it meant to be a curvy woman way back then!|