Catherine Zeta Jones is a Goblet, wich is a very top heavy shape similar to the Cornet and Lollipop in many ways, but there are some differences. They have broad shoulders and a wide back, big boobs, not much of a waist, narrow hips, often a bit of a tummy and long legs (Some have a lot of tummy). Even though they have female curves, there is a big tendency for clothes making them look a bit boxy, square and masculine.
It’s just a case of accentuating the positive which is those lovely long legs and good bust line.
The most important guidelines.
- Anything square, chunky, to covering, or loose will make your figure look disproportionate and create an extreme version of the figure.
- Make sure to accentuate the space under your breast with a belt or something tightly fit, so your breast don't look saggy.
- Empire-line cuts, panelled skirts in a heavy fabric, or folded material will help cover the tummy for those who have it.
- Short skirts and high heels show those lovely long legs.
- Fluted skirts and ballon-sleeves helps you create curves in the areas that have less.
- Belts and pattern will help you break up and separate the different body elements for the curves to show through.
- Don’t be afraid to invest in some good shape-wear to smooth any lumps and further enhance your shape.
- Also make sure to have a great bras to keep those boobs up and away from your waist.
Remember, some of the world’s most attractive women are Goblets, so make the most of what you've got because you've got a lot of good stuff.
Other Goblets: Elisabeth Moss from Mad Men and Rene Zellweger.
(The 12 body shapes and rules are mostly borrowed from Trinny and Susannah's Body Shape Bible. I have made some alterations. Photos in this post are borrowed from Google. Unknown source.)
Make the most of what you've got, because you've got a lot of good stuff.
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