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    I'm just wondering I have a hard time fitting my rear and hips into pants more than my thighs my waistline stays at about 25" I also have a chubby look because my bust is pretty heavy. I've regularly fit a 36D but my ribcage is actually rather small at Victoria secrets they said I was a 32DDD. I'm a dress size 6 though and 5'2" and 110 lbs overall.

    https://s27.postimg.org/4fb8zzqj7/IM...114_194922.jpg

    What body shape would you consider this?

    Also how to dress to complement figure?
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    Definitely not apple or pear shape
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    you thicc thats all that counts
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    The 'Crap Pincer' body shape?

    First thing that came to my mind, you kinda have a crap pincer physique.
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    (Original post by Anebris59)
    Definitely not apple or pear shape
    So like hourglass shaped? Or ruler?
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    (Original post by remoaner)
    you thicc thats all that counts
    Lol thick usually means full thighs. My lower half has always been challenged especially the thighs. But thanks.
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    (Original post by Khanthebrit)
    The 'Crap Pincer' body shape?

    First thing that came to my mind, you kinda have a crap pincer physique.
    This doesnt even make sense lol
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    You have the shape of a human. You're welcome
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    You've got a slim waist, so probably hourglass. Hourglass figures tend to store fat in the thigh, bum and arms, not so much on the belly though. If this is true for you then you're an hourglass lady
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    (Original post by Khanthebrit)
    The 'Crap Pincer' body shape?

    First thing that came to my mind, you kinda have a crap pincer physique.
    Are you another one of those people who apparently can't even spare the five seconds it takes to sense-check a two-sentence post prior to clicking submit? Because if so, I feel it my civic duty to inform you that we're already at capacity.
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    (Original post by EDJoe23)
    I'm just wondering I have a hard time fitting my rear and hips into pants more than my thighs my waistline stays at about 25" I also have a chubby look because my bust is pretty heavy. I've regularly fit a 36D but my ribcage is actually rather small at Victoria secrets they said I was a 32DDD. I'm a dress size 6 though and 5'2" and 110 lbs overall.

    https://s27.postimg.org/4fb8zzqj7/IM...114_194922.jpg

    What body shape would you consider this?

    Also how to dress to complement figure?
    Hourglass.
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    (Original post by honour)
    You've got a slim waist, so probably hourglass. Hourglass figures tend to store fat in the thigh, bum and arms, not so much on the belly though. If this is true for you then you're an hourglass lady

    My weight gain isn't in my waist but its not in my thighs either. Its mostly in my bust and butt/hip regions. I gain a lot in my bust and then some in my butt region. My arms legs thighs and waistline are the slimmer areas for me. This is why I always have a thigh gap even when my bmi is like 23.

    At a bmi of 20 or more butt is always round and I'm at least a 36D equivalent in breasts size.
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    (Original post by EDJoe23)
    My weight gain isn't in my waist but its not in my thighs either. Its mostly in my bust and butt/hip regions. I gain a lot in my bust and then some in my butt region. My arms legs thighs and waistline are the slimmer areas for me. This is why I always have a thigh gap even when my bmi is like 23.

    At a bmi of 20 or more butt is always round and I'm at least a 36D equivalent in breasts size.
    Sounds like you're storing all your fat in the right place
    Yeah I'd say you're a slim hourglass.
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    (Original post by honour)
    Sounds like you're storing all your fat in the right place
    Yeah I'd say you're a slim hourglass.
    I never heard of that term. I've heard of top hourglass but thats about it on my main page they gave me advice onwhat pants suit me best.
 
 
 
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