Fashion for your body type can improve your look instantly. Learn how to choose fashion for your body type.
Men's garments are made with deep, plentiful pockets, while women are forced to stash their keys in their bra. What's wrong with this picture?
You buy the right size but your shirt still bunches up. What gives?
Finding clothes that fit when you're a tall woman is a hassle — but it's better than it used to be.
A new survey says many disabled people don't attend events because they can't find appropriate clothing. But some companies are working to change that.
If you don't know what your body type is, then chances are good that you're dressing all wrong for it. We can help you find your type and tell you how to accentuate it.
Let's face it: Not many of us sport the same body we did 10 years ago, so why are we still wearing the same style? It's time to change it up and get real.
Alana, a thinner-framed woman, needs to learn how to create some curves. Stacy and Clinton of What Not to Wear show her how.
Stacy and Clinton of What Not to Wear teach Christine, a broad shoulder woman, to de-emphasize her shoulders.
Slimming the torso and supporting a large chest are hard for Tanya but not for Stacy and Clinton of What Not to Wear. See what tips Stacy and Clinton give Tanya to tone down a couple of her larger assets.
Mai is petite and curvy. Stacy and Clinton of What Not to Wear show her how to dress to flatter her body type.
Stacy and Clinton of What Not to Wear teach Marie, a tall woman, how to dress herself for a curvier more balanced look.
Most women aren't tall and slim with an hourglass figure -- they have rounder middles or broader hips. But those "apples" and "pears" get their own shape guides. How can you make the most of your figure if you're big on top, curvy allover or straight as a board?
Let's face it. Most of us aren't shaped like those skinny ladies who walk the world's runways. But that doesn't mean we can't look our best. How can you make your unique shape look spectacular?
The fashion world may value slender women, but in the real world, women's bodies run the gamut, from thin to curvy and beyond. How can women with curves find fashions that work well with their body types? As the song says, accentuate the positive.
Unless you look like a supermodel, you probably don't enjoy slipping into a bathing suit. But don't worry. There's a suit out there that will accentuate your best features!
Full-figured fashion is gaining some much-needed attention. Learn how fashion barriers are breaking for plus-size women with an appetite for fashion.