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    According to Gok I'm a "bewitching butterfly."

    Apparently this is the same body type as Oprah and Tyra Banks.

    There's all this stuff calling Tyra Banks 'fat,' though.

    They're calling this fat? Honestly?

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    That Gok site was funny/fun. I'm the 'Racy Ruler' - - what an amusing title! Gwyneth Paltrow and Nicole Kidman are who they listed as similar types

    (and no, goodness, Tyra isn't fat at all. I've never understood comments like that directed towards naturally voluptuous women - they're stupid.)
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    tyra isn't at all fat! she is kind of kooky though..

    Last edited by phthalocyanine; 09-24-2009 at 08:47 PM. Reason: to clarify: i meant her personality, not her appearance.

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    Petite hourglass...

    33-24-33?

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    Tyra's body looks pretty good to me...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    Tyra's body looks pretty good to me...
    I agree...

    That's the problem with today's society, they can't appreciate curvy women, only skeletons with skin...
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    Nobody is appreciated. Skeletons with skin feel like they should be curvy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soleil View Post
    When buying/trying on bottoms...do you get it with some stretch to it? You don't have to go up a size. When I get pants I always get them with 2-5% spandex (usually 2%) and I have wide hips and thick legs.

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    To answer the OP: I'm pear shaped.
    I try, but it's not always possible or when I really really want a certain pair of pants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gewitter27 View Post
    I agree...

    That's the problem with today's society, they can't appreciate curvy women, only skeletons with skin...
    Only in the media. People have the mistake that the media reflects the popular opinion.

    I can't stand skeletons and I can't stand Oompa Loompas. Give me normal, dammit!

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    Hmm, my shape tends to go back and forth between hourglass or pear.

    I also have pretty wide hips and above-average sized breasts, so I have to be careful about what I wear or else I'll look like a whore

    I prefer v-neck shirts because ones that are too high make my boobs look a lot larger than they are. And I stay away from baggy clothes since my hips are so large, it'll make me look a lot bigger than I actually am. I'm about a 34"/26"/39" and I'm hmm 34D and my butt is pretty large so I have to be once again, extremely careful because a lot of stuff can make me look fat or pregnant. Boot-cut jeans for me only and form fitting tops to bring attention to my small waist.

    A lot of people do not like baby-tees or maxi dresses, but I think they look very nice on me. I never if ever... rarely wear shorts. Shorts are made way too short and since my butt is large, it makes it look like I'm wearing underwear. Dresses and skirts are what I typically wear. I mean, anyone can learn how to dress for your body. Just pick up random shit and random styles, try it on and look at yourself, I mean really look at yourself. You will be able to tell that say... so-and-so looks horrible on you so you stay away from that type of style... If you understand what I mean.

    My body shape is pretty identical to hers and I typically dress like this because I'm a lazy/poor college student and I live in Hippydom (SoCal)



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