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Choosing A Winter Coat

For those of you who have the weather that warrants a winter  
coat, choosing one that is flattering can be a chore. Most  
of us don't want to look like an over-sized Grizzly bear...  
When choosing a coat, here are some guidelines for certain  
figures that may help you look your best while keeping  

To hide fuller hips...Try an A-line coat that skims the  
lower body or a loosely constructed shawl coat that hits  
the knee or longer.  

To hide heavier thighs...Look for a longer coat...3/4 lengths  
or "car coats" will point to the problem area, not hide it...  

Women that are busty...A structured style is best, such as a  
double-breasted pea coat. Colors can make the difference also  
if you're larger busted. Black charcoal or navy work best.

Petite women...Simplicity is best in this case. A single-breasted  
coat won't overwhelm you. Delicate details in a coat will  
flatter also, like unusual buttons or decorative stitching...  

One quick tip that will help everyone looking for a new coat...  
Try the coat on over a bulky outfit before you buy it. This  
way you won't buy a coat that binds you. If you go to the  
store and aren't wearing a bulky sweater or outfit, take the  
extra time to try on those items with the coat you're trying  

For those of you who live in the climates where we don't really  
need coats anymore......Aren't you lucky?  <grin> Actually, you  
do need a coat for about one month here in Arizona (at night).  
This happens to be the month.

~Happy New Year~

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