Runway models have perfect proportions— they are tall and have long legs as well.
Clothes on these body shapes are assumed to be more showy and beneficial. But is this true all the time?
1. Christian Dior / Jennifer Lawrence
The actress knows what fashion is all about (or she knows it’s her stylist). Changing the bra a little and adding the belt gave the dress a glamorous look.
2. Christian Dior / Jennifer Lawrence
The famous dress that the actress wore when she got the “Oscar” and fell on the stairs looks like the model’s lackluster. It’s good that Jennifer has also decided not to put on that particular headpiece.
3. Ralph & Russo / Penélope Cruz
Penélope Cruz is one of those celebrities who can’t be remembered for having any fashion fails in her past. This bold dress looks as good on the actress as it does on the model.
4. Thierry Mugler / Kim Kardashian
This socialite is known for her outstanding shape and that flirty neckline looks better on her than on the skinny model.
5. Jean-Paul Gaultier / Kim Kardashian
A golden gown on Kim looks sexier. Do you like how curvy women look at their clothes?
6. Marques Almeida / Rihanna
For her love of bold fashion, this singer is known. Maybe that’s why Rihanna looks stylish and casual even the most awkward-at-first-sight dresses. Are you going to wear this fur coat?
7. Christian Dior / Rihanna
The extravagant coat was given the singer a new and more attractive look.
8. Giambattista Valli / Rihanna
The model hardly recognizes the popular Rihanna outfit. Who thinks it looks better?
9. Ralph & Russo / Jennifer Lopez
For her model-like skinniness, the fabulous J.Lo was never known. And the example of this dress once again demonstrates that on models, outfits do not always look better.
10. Gucci / Salma Hayek
Balmain 2020 / Usher
Zuhair Murad 2020 / Kerry Washington
Also, this sexy Mexican woman is not trying to get a slender body shape and is proud of her feminine curves. She chooses dresses in different styles and is not shy about wearing outfits that were shown on the runway for the first time on skinny models.