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Updated: Dec 15, 2020


▪️Choosing long sleeves over short and long pants over shorts will show less skin on a picture and drag all attention to your face. If you you want to have short sleeves always choose elbow or no sleeve type. Say NO NO to regular T SHORTS with a sleeve ending in the middle of forearm. The horizontal line “cutting” biceps will make ANY arm look bigger. Even the skinniest girl will think “OMG! Why my arms are SO fat!” You know girls how it goes sometimes. Same thing with shorts. Middle length shorts will visually “cut” your leg and create the same exact effect. Your body is proportionally perfectly balanced. Remember vitruvian man drawn by Da Vinci? Somebody designed us so that everything kinda makes sense there. Let’s keep it that way! ▪️ Say yes to flawing light fabrics! Especially if you’re outdoors. A tiny bit of breeze will make it look magicl! It’ll accentuate the waist and hide imperfections. ▪️Vertical lines make things look high and narrow, horizontal make them look wide. Lets use that! Want your breast look bigger, let’s be honest, most girls want that, horizontal lines can help with that. Longer legs? Vertical lines will work in this case! It’s also important not to mix up. Horizontal print on legs or arms will make them look bigger. ▪️The most flattering neckline for anyone is something that comes up close to the neck. A wide-open neckline tends to thicken the neck in a photograph. On the other hand, a neckline that comes up to the base of the neck – a turtleneck or a v-neck top is the most flattering. It tends to slim down the person and frames the face beautifully. Read the last part of “how to dress up for photo shoot” topic in the next post. Thank you for reading! Curious to now what you think about it. Write in comments what’s the best to wear for photo shoot in your opinion.


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