Horizontal line will not make you look fat. People using the vertical line actually looks bigger than those who wore a horizontal line.
Fashion rules this one must be very familiar to your ears. Horizontal lines will make you look fatter. But would really like it there? A study proves exactly the opposite.
However, whether this rule applies at large? Apparently not. You still have to pay attention to body shape and choose the horizontal line would you wear to create the illusion on your body. The key is just a thick dark line that will make you more streamlined, while the thick bright line that will make you bigger.
Here are the rules of wearing a horizontal line:
1. Horizontal lines to expand and streamline the shoulder belt.
Use horizontal lines in the shoulder area on your clothes with thicker lines on dark colors. Make sure the color is also dark in the waist area.
2. Horizontal line to narrow hips.
Wide hips may appear to be more narrow if you wear clothing that has a thin horizontal line pattern on top and enlarged at the bottom. The clothing will create the illusion of slimmer hips.
3. Horizontal lines to enlarge breasts
Use a thin horizontal line at the top of your clothes, with a darker line enlarged at the bottom.
4. Horizontal lines to the illusion of an hourglass
To make the body like an hourglass shape, use a line pattern with a bright color on the breast and hips, as well as a solid line with a dark color on the belly.
5. Horizontal lines to minimize breast
Use thick lines with dark colors on the chest, and thin at the bottom line.
6. How to combine the horizontal lines with vertical
Use a thick, dark vertical lines on the outer edge of your clothing. Combine it with a horizontal line in gray with thin black lines in the rest of the outfit.