If you feel like you are the only one with a body shape such as yours, take a look at this chart and see how you are so not alone.
Many of my clients feel that their body shape issues are unique, when in fact they are in good company, and not at all in the minority.
I have clients in each of these body shape categories, and a few that are a combination. Personally speaking, I sometimes shift from one body shape to another, depending on how much weight I have gained or lost
The secret is not to feel hopeless, but rather discover the ways to cleverly minimize the wider body parts and visually enlarge the too small parts.
Referring to the chart above, if a woman has a spoon body shape, then she needs to bring more attention to her top half and if she is a rectangle, then details and cuts in her clothes need to create the illusion of a waistline.
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