Earlier this week I announced that we decided to make it a priority to address a very important fashion category: dressing for your body type. It would be silly for a fashion magazine, or blog, to think that all women were created equal, body-wise, so we're here to help and answer your questions.

DearSugar recently gave some sound advice to a reader who was a self-proclaimed "bottom heavy" woman. As well, the comments on her post offered even more advice - brava ladies! I started you off with this
Lane Bryant Flouncy gored skirt, $40. We all know black is the first color that comes to mind when seeking slimming and this skirt has a slight A line & feminine ruffle.

I asked you all to go Fab Finding for a great outfit that disguises a "bottom heavy figure." To see all the bottom heavy Fab Finds click here. Let's take a look!

Look #1, found by RCLdesigngirl flatters the legs with these kitten heel Enzo Angiolini 'Sun' Pumps and draws attention to this Dooney & Bourke 'Zebra Large' Sac.

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Look #2, found by sigmaration is very insightful. She herself is a pear-shaped woman and is 1-2 sizes smaller on top than on bottom. She recommends these Striped Houston uncuffed trouser at Lane Bryant paired with this Twinkle plaid short-sleeved blouse at Lane Bryant; flutter sleeves help balance out wide hips and thighs by balancing out the body. Thanks for the tips sigmaration!

Look #3, found by lilxmissxmolly is sophisticated with this Halogen 'Adra' Darted Waist Top and accentuates the waist with this MICHAEL Michael Kors 'Santorini' Chain Belt.