How To Buy Stylish Clothing For Your Body Shape

women fashionThere are many great trends arising this year and it may be ideal for you to find the best way to dress for your body shape to prevent buying a clothing piece that doesn’t suit your body type. When shopping for new clothing, one should consider which style would look the most flattering for them. For women who are short in height may want to focus on choosing a piece that slims and elongates her body. Fitted jeans paired with a layered top create a slim and elegant look.

Women with curvy and plus size body types may want to consider looking at online shops that specifically have clothing lines for their size. For example, you can check out shops like Evans, Simply Be and Yours Clothing as they have a great selection of clothing for plus size women.

When it comes to fashion for men, one of the most important elements to consider is the fit. Many men aren’t aware of what size they wear and may just pick something off the rack and try to estimate their size. For instance, when picking a more formal look, such as an outfit for work or a suit, it’s vital that they try the outfit first to see if it fits them. Or getting the right measurements for their body will help them find the perfect suit for their size. No matter what body type, having the right fit is a great way to accentuate one’s best features.

Men who are looking for a casual style should try on a variety of sizes to get a sense of what works well for their body. Much like women, they can consider which body parts they like the most and find something that will emphasize it.

When shopping for the newest trends in 2017, consider buying a clothing piece that works well for your body type. With so many trends available, there is a new look out there for everyone.  Start choosing a piece that will make you look and feel fashionable, comfortable, and confident this year.

Not On The High Street – Review

Not On The High Street (or NOTHS) has been around for 10 years now, specialising in hard-to-find products that are a cut above what you’ll get from your average high street retailer. They specialise in providing a platform for undiscovered, creative people and businesses looking to get their products seen by a wider audience.

As a potential buyer, there are many benefits to NOTHS. The way products are presented is quite refreshing, and looks somewhat like a personal blog or a Pinterest board as opposed to a traditional e-commerce store. You’ll find it easy to search by theme, or occasion if you’re looking for gifts. Even if you don’t immediately come across what you’re looking for, usually you will find that inspiration isn’t far away since a lot of related but different products will be suggested in each section.

In terms of the products being offered, it’s obvious straight away that there is an emphasis on quality. However, if you expect that homemade items from small businesses will always be overpriced, you may be in for a pleasant surprise. Much of the appeal of this site is obviously based around avoiding major retail chains, and a big part of that is cutting out inflated prices that have to cover the costs of distributing products on the high street.

From the perspective of a retailer, dealing with NOTHS can also offer a range of advantages over other online selling platforms such as Amazon, eBay and other major rivals. The CMS they offer is very simple, the way your products are presented is very attractive and the whole system is very straightforward. The fact that it’s so easy to use and geared towards users is a fantastic benefit, since conversion rates should be high as long as your products are a good fit for the audience.

Some people have raised concerns about the costs of using this site, and it’s true that it’s not necessarily the cheapest. They also insist that your products are sold exclusively through NOTHS or your other online or offline channels, just not through any major high street retailers. This obviously preserves the whole concept of their brand, but could potentially pose a problem for yours.

Having said that, for many retailers the potential downsides of using NOTHS are not that relevant and the benefits far outweigh these. Meanwhile, from a consumer perspective, there’s absolutely no harm in trying it out and seeing what you can find.

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