Our model comments,
“As for the shirts, this is mine and my hubby’s observation: In order for you not to look *so* pregnant, the shirt has to be gathered or tight (fitted), underneath the breasts. It can’t just fall straight off of the breasts and out, or it makes for a VERY unflattering look (note the navy blue shirt of my sister’s that still has the tags attached. I think that needs returned!). Also, we noticed that it makes my hips look large, which is actually quite amusing because I have zero hips. I am pencil straight, and my hips are the same width as my waist.“
Makes her hips look large? Hmmm. Wonder what it would do for someone who had hips.
Here’s some alternative looks.
- a) figure out a way to wear baby doll tops that somehow flatters most figures, or
- b) get over this fad very quickly.
Which do you think it will be? And have you figured out the secret to wearing them well?
BTW, I like both the aqua with the t-shirt under and the one with the pink & black floral pattern, both have a diagonal element to them. Topping with a cardigan would probably be more effective if the cardigan and the top were the same color and all you were doing with it was changing the shape.
What are your thoughts?