Cellos are in the same body shape group as the Hourglass and Vase but are at the decidedly chunkier end of the scale whilst still being all woman with glorious curves to celebrate. Played correctly this impressive stature can create sweet music for Cellos, it’s all about daring to show yourselves off a little!
Many Cellos are aware that they’re not the most delicate of ladies and this is undeniably true if dressed a certain way but the answer is so simple – dare to be bold and wear things those waifish little women would be overwhelmed in! You magnificent Cellos have what it takes to carry off almost anything in terms of boldness and can try strong prints or fussy details that would simply swamp other body shapes.
The biggest obstacle Cellos face is looking good in jeans or trousers and this can be a very difficult act to pull off. Try well fitting wide leg trousers as an alternative – they have the effect of smoothing your shape and making your thighs look smaller. Slightly longer trousers that nearly touch the floor will also help by elongating your leg and making your shape look sleeker.
Keep away from:
Boots that add bulk to your ankles.
Take a look at:
Coats with flared cut and strong lapels.
Simple wide trousers.
Pleated or panelled skirts.
Platform wedge shoes.
Keep the bottom half simple and don’t draw too much attention to it and don’t be afraid to use what Mother Nature gave you to put on a bold, show stopping display up top!