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Every woman is different, every woman wants to look good, and every woman wants to have a good job and act as a professional! And even though every woman's body is unique, we often classify body types as one of four basic shapes. Now, we all know that very few ladies can unambiguously classify themselves as a hourglass or apple shape. However, it is still a useful tool, especially when buying wholesale womens jackets for work! You want to look professionally in a suit jacket and nice pants.
The Apple Body Type
If you're top-heavy, broad-shouldered with slim legs, you're probably an apple. Apples carry most of their weight above their waistlines. They typically have wide shoulders, a decent-sized bust, slim, shapely legs and narrow hips. If you're an apple, you probably might need larger wholesale womens jackets and smaller skirt or trousers for your suit. A very vivid jacket will put more emphasis on your upper body - avoid these. Since your shoulders are already well-defined, avoid padding.
The Pear Body Type
Like the name implies, these ladies have smaller upper bodies, slim waists and rounded bottoms. It's quite likely that your upper body is relatively slim, so your wholesale womens jackets should take advantage of the fact. They should be more structured, and double-breasted jackets emphasise your waist. These ladies also can find that they need to mix and match sizes of the top and the bottom.
The Banana Body Type
Banana-shaped body is rectangular - your torso has more or less the same circumference. A banana silhouette has little difference bust and hip, and they aren't that larger than the waist. Your jacket should create the sense of waistline, curve gently and add some space to your bust.
The Hourglass Body Type
If a woman's bust and hip measurements match and she has a well-defined, narrow waist, she has an hourglass shape. You'll do well underlining the balance and wearing a nice tailored suit jacket.
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If you want to prepare for the winter, you should consider your boots! There are hundreds of wholesale women boots available on the market, after all. The most important step is not to know your dimension - instead, learn what winter is like in the area you live in. If you’re moving in there, definitely ask around on the internet or the future neighbors. If you pick a pair a fancy boots designed for the wrong weather, you will have wasted your money.
Look at the snow, the ice and the general temperature. If there’s more than 2 cm (1 inch) of snow for more than a week or two, you probably want to ditch ankle boots - same goes with slush. If the winter is very slippery, get boots with good rubberized sole! Look at sports goods stores - they typically source their wholesale women boots basing on the comfort and practicality. Look at winter hiking boots or similar ones, and avoid the stilettos!
And if the weather drops below -5 you simply must pick fur-lined boots; I’ve worn plain leather boots outside when it was below zero and it was terrifying. You want boots with a thick inner lining, and put socks on! Look for sheepskin or merino wool interiors. Synthetic linings are also good - a nice blend of polyester and cotton can be also as good as wool.
And what are my favorite brands? Well, consider Kamik, Sorel, Ecco, La Canadienne… but they really depend on where you live. In general if you follow this advice you can find good quality winter boots anywhere. Remember to pick leather or waterproof ones - many cities use salt to melt snow. It eats away at rubber and stains and damages leather. Every day you should wipe off your boots with a damp rag to clean off any salt.
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The modern fashion designers and manufacturers are able to produce all kinds of wholesale scarves, for the cold winter and warm summer. Many a fashionista will have a collection of scarves for every month in the year. But when the temperatures drop below zero, the designers cease churning out lightweight wholesale scarves and concentrate on the warm woolen ones. Luckily for us, you don't have to wear brightly-colored scarves only in the spring - the designers are now able to produce vivid, sexy scarves for the winter and autumn.
Yes, the fall and winter seasons are the time of year when you should pull out your scarves from the closet... or get some wholesale scarves which will make you look stylish and feel warm. Until fairly recently, the winter scarves were thought of as dull or neutral scarves, mostly white or black. But the freezing climate of the winter and its chilliness will need a splash of color to keep your spirit up. I can't understand why do the girls want to wear black color scarves in the winter? A color-coordinated scarf will make you look even better, but also keep your body feel warm and comfortable. Of course, black is the warmest color, and it goes well with everything - but don't wear black exclusively!
And scarves should be matched to all kinds of outfits. If girls want to wear them as casual clothing, there are tons of wholesale scarves available on the market. Naturally, some scarves will go well with fancy outfits - for instance, pashmina or cashmere shawls can be worn with an evening dress or a fancy business suit. You will look like a million dollars. And if you want softness and elegance, why not consider silk scarves? There are also blends of cashmere and silk with wool and even synthetic fabrics - they are as warm for the fraction of the price.
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An A-line skirt is fitted at the hips, and widens to the hem, making a woman’s silhouette resemble the letter A. If you happen to be tall or statuesque, such dress can create the illusion of curves on your simple, rectangular or apple frame... and compliment the curves found on pear or hourglass bodies. It can balance out the wide hips and distract from a large stomach! Wholesale skirts like this are very popular.
If you are a pear, it means that your hips are the widest part of your bodies. an A-line skirt will do wonders for you! Since the waistline is fitted, and the skirt is draped around your hips, you'll look slimmer. Wear a bit longer skirts, ending below the knee or ankle. Distract them away from your hips. Wear a panel or pleated A-line skirt, without any embellishments near the hips.
If you don't have wide hips, but nevertheless a large bottom, you should avoid A-line skirts because this style puts more emphasis on your posterior. You should avoid tight skirts or ones with pleating around the waistline. Instead, try to pick dark shirts with eye-catching tops. Sadly producers of wholesale skirts seldom offer such outfits.
If you are curvier, pick an A-line skirt with a flat front, and more fluid fabric. You probably want to underline your legs, so pick a skirt with a flat front and flat textures. You should also avoid tight skirts, horizontal patterning, patch pockets and other embellishments.
If you're a shorter lady, you can rock an A-line skirt well, but it can't be too short or too long. The best height is probably knee-long, maybe slightly shorter to make your legs seem longer.
You can match them with most every top or a pair of shoes. A colorful t-shirt will make your A-line skirt casual, while an oxford shirt will make a dark skirt a perfect office ensemble.