Keira Knightley Fashion Do’s and Don’ts for the Rectangular Body Shape

She is known for such films as Bend It Like Beckham, The Pirates of the Caribbean, King Arthur, Pride & Prejudice, Atonement, The Duchess, and Never Let Me Go. Keira was nominated for a Golden Globe and Academy Award for her role as Elizabeth Bennet in Pride & Prejudice. Keira Christina Knightley pulls her outfits together for a classy and chic look that always fits the occasion. Here she tells the do’s and don’t of fashion for the rectangular body shape. The rectangular body shape is when your hips are narrow, your bust is small and you have a non-existent waist.

Do’s
Cinch your waist
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– Slightly structured materials work on your body shape better than flowy materials, it distracts the eye from your small bust
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-Wear knee length a-line skirts
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-Chose jeans, pants, and skirts that sit below your waist.
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-Look for tops with ruffles, large prints, or detailing
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-Jackets with a cinched waist will give you more of an hour glass shape.
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– Prints work wonders. They create an illusion and distract the eyes from the obvious. Do invest in them.
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Do Not:

-Don’t wear tight clothing that will accentuate your lack of curves.
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-Avoid wearing floaty materials. They cling to the body and show off your body shape. Remember the goal is to create shapes.
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