This post is part of a personal blog project to Find My Style. Please read the first post for an overview of what I’m trying to do and what kinds of comments I’d like. Thanks.
Until I started taking these photos I don’t think I’d given much thought to the A-line shape for tops. My instinct would be to stay that an A-line would obscure my shape. But then I took these photos and looked more closely at stuff I own and like.
Looking at that photo I see that my waist is visible. And yet this is an A-line. Interesting.
I think this shape also helps with the fact that my hips are larger than my bust. It means that a top that fits well in the bust isn’t too tight at the hips, which is always a good thing.
The length is similar to the blue top and I like it. Sleeveless is definitely better than cap sleeves, making me think I could just take the cap sleeves off that blue top. I have the sewing skills for that, after all.
I like the depth of the scoop neck. And I notice that the collar detail works similarly to the gathering on the other top to separate my boobs. Avoiding mono-boob is high on my list of style points.