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Best Style for Your Body Type!

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She Discovered One Simple Trick That Makes Everyone Look Good... Doctors Hate Her! soo I might have got carried away this time. or not. I don't care. this had to happen at some point. so no, I am not going to give you tips on what and how to wear ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ _________________ My Instagram: http://bit.ly/2ki6VTq My blog: http://bit.ly/2nnB89S My nudes: http://bit.ly/2s41YTn
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Eva Berger (8 days ago)
Marlan Monroe was a size 16
Thalia Hwang (30 days ago)
A vintage Queen for sure
I (1 month ago)
Idiot! They're not RULES. No one is forcing you. They are generalisations and suggestions. What makes a generalisation true? Duh the fact that it is GENERALLY true. Sure not for everyone but often enough. Without generalisations we would not have effective medicine, architecture, recipes, style. Is it a rule to boil the peirogi first? No but it generally tastes better. For someone who understands history you sure ignore it.
Vianney (1 month ago)
I didn’t know what I was expecting but this is such real advice. I would wear what people told me looked good but I would HATE it. It really doesn’t make sense to base your style on what one person says you should or shouldn’t without ever seeing or knowing you
Texadon the Blue Kitty (1 month ago)
.... disagree... when people look for advice like this, they're not bending to rules of some fashion overlords. They have features they don't like and features they do like, and there are basic geometric/color rules that are factual objective ideas which you can use IF YOU WANT to highlight some things and diminish others. Its not "you can't wear this" it's "if you want this, wear this". For instance, I'm really tall, and I don't like that about myself. I'd rather look shorter. Some patterns make me look taller and others I feel better in. Until I learned the idea that vertical shapes make you appear taller (this is an objective optical illusion) I didn't know how to find the patterns I proffered my body. Sure it might be cool on the rack but on me I didn't like it. Now I avoid vertical patterns because I know I won't feel comfortable in them. That's the advice people want. It's really difficult to figure out all the nuances of illusionary styling and people are asking for your help. I know you don't mean it this way, but this comes off as you kind of saying "do the work yourself, don't be a lazy sheeple". I know you mean "don't let anyone tell you you're not beautiful; wear what you like to wear", but that's not how it comes across, and isn't helpful for people asking for advice. I was really hoping this video would detail which historical silhouettes are easiest to achieve on different body types. Like, "the preferred silhouette in this period was small waist and large bust/bum, so if you have an hourglass figure, the clothes from this era will fit you easily" or, "the silhouette on this era was very slim and androgynous, made to look tall and boyish, so if you have a rectangle figure, these clothes are super flattering on you", etc. I'm super disappointed that we didn't get that video. You say here "if you try it and decide you don't like it, then that's ok". I think the exact same goes for this advice, but in my experience, if you try out these tips for illusionary styling, 8/10 times you WILL like the result and feel more comfortable in the clothes. And if it's those other two times, same as you said, don't do it. Like if you WANT to show off a certain part of your body that other people want to hide, fuck them and show it off! But how do you show off that part? Well, there are objective rules you can follow in your styling to show off that body part, if you learn them. This type of advice is a tool kit that you can use to accentuate the parts of your body YOU want to accentuate. To be clear, still love your channel and everything you do but this vid was a let down for me :(
Mademoiselle Duchesse (1 month ago)
Sonya Firefly (1 month ago)
You're the best. For real.
Lewis Edwards (2 months ago)
There are basic rules of proportions that are universal, but people so often get them confused or wrong or exaggerate them. There are absolutes, but not everybody fits perfectly into the “apple” or “hourglass” or “pear” body types. Some people are combinations.
Dena Rzv77 (2 months ago)
I'm agree but some rules about shape and colors and lines are things we use in painting too, in art, for makeing something smaller, bigger. most of time people have shity idias and i'm agree but, it's a truth that black will show your fat body less, or alot of shapes really change how things look like. If you don't have problem with what shape it will give to your body. Yes sure you can wear everything!
Joyful Sorrow (3 months ago)
Glowing onions... I LOVE IT. Okay, but seriously, that lamp looks pretty.
Rosalien Mander (4 months ago)
cave_crystal (4 months ago)
Honestly your hair is the most beautiful thing I have ever seen
julijakeit (4 months ago)
Knowing what colors and cuts fit you best is really helpful but when someone else is pushing something you don't like, simply ignore them. Most of the time what suits others might look terrible on you.
Maria N. (4 months ago)
Tiffany Ray (4 months ago)
i remember wearing black lipstick to school when i was in junior high and this girl who had a locker right next to mine had the nerve to criticise my outfit just because she didn't like it. she was like "oh i don't think black is good color for you, you look ugly in it" sooooo??? i really didn't care at the time she was just trying so hard to get under my skin. and another time when i wore my white platforms to school this other chick was loudly whispering to her friend about it "those are go go boots" and they start i kid you not laughing like 4th graders about my outfit its like seriously grow up. and they're not even gogo boots they are platform shoes, god people can be so disrespectful when they feel insecure about themselves.
Aubrey Doris (4 months ago)
I'm so here for the angry rants every other video. Sass factor Xtreme
Lisa H. (5 months ago)
Ok. It's official. You're my favourite youtuber now😊🌹
Meghan Tuttle (5 months ago)
you are awesome
Media Luna (5 months ago)
Greatest and smartest beauty advice ever.
oniria (5 months ago)
you are so pretty I'm sorry
Amber Marie (5 months ago)
This is an awesome video! I love your message so much and you are so very right. And this is wonderful advice for fashion and basically everything else in life too! Don't let what other people think about you drag you down and tell you how to act, dress, love or live!
Norah Maurice (6 months ago)
I came for vintage body tips and got a motivational so each instead
Emme Yott (6 months ago)
OMG, if I weren't your fan already I would become after that even without knowing what you're actually doing! I'm very fat and I hear so much advice on what I should and shouldn't wear and it's just so silly. First of all, even if it was true, how much slimmer can they make me look? 1 size? 2 sizes? LOL, so I give up wearing what I like and I still look fat. Clothes don't make me look fat, my fat makes me look fat because I am fat and what's the big deal? But most importantly, just like you said, that advice is just bullcrap. And since we're on the topic of a vintage look, they change so much from decade to decade! I read some advice from the 1940s that if you're big, you should avoid any round elements in your outfit and wear no accessories but instead invest in a really big and decorative handbag :D
Madeline W (6 months ago)
i love this preeeeeeech
Cara Marais (6 months ago)
First time I’m hearing someone finally speaking out
Misha Rogerson (6 months ago)
Yes 👏🏻 queen 👏🏻
Janine (6 months ago)
I read the title and actually hoped that it would be more about what body type was popular in which era but what she did actually talk about is always a good reminder
Mila (7 months ago)
Thats not really 1946 of you😂
TheAnimeIdiot 9846 (7 months ago)
Yay. *wears a huge sweater and snuggles in large clothes*
IxINoName (7 months ago)
I'm a dude. What am I doing here xD (and why is all of this so interesting? )
M L R (7 months ago)
Im 5ft9 175 cm,built like an action heroine, and I love late 20's and early 30s deco. I dont reproduce it but use it for my style inspiration &I rock it 😎
Loth Brooklyn (8 months ago)
I really needed to hear this today. Thank you for sharing body positivity! ❤️❤️❤️
Zara Forsland (8 months ago)
Surprise inspiration
erinox1973 (8 months ago)
I love all of your videos, but I love the message in this video. Thanks for being real Karolina.
Nora Eisele (8 months ago)
i was click baited into really good advice and body positivity ✨ thank you 😊
cilibekd (8 months ago)
Hi Karolina! I was wondering if you could talk about activewear from any previous decade. Even though leggings and gym clothes are common for women to wear, I really would love tips for dressing like a woman in the 80s when I exercise and take walks with my husband. Also, every time I google, like "1940s activewear, I get nothing worthwhile". And I really like your commentary in general. Sending live from St. Louis!
mrpurple11 (8 months ago)
Am I the only one who came for some kind of advice that really was related to the title? Because even though I agree with her I'm still waiting
Viole Urzúa (8 months ago)
Clélia O'CONNELL (8 months ago)
I couldn't stand when people told me not to wear orange because my hair was red (as in orange). I still thought it looked great on me. I usually wear I want except for specific events, where I'll dress as formal as I have to. ^^" I typically like very formal women's suit with crayon skirt and stuff, but I look like a kid wearing adult's clothes because of my baby face 😭 so I don't wear them often...
Catarina Cardoso (8 months ago)
I once was trying a spring yellow midi dress, and the store lady told me i shouldn't buy it because it made me look short and old, i was heart broken, i really liked the dress, ended up buying a plain black dress
Alois Trancy (8 months ago)
I love this video
K&F Kenn (8 months ago)
thank you! i needed to hear this today. for the most part i've been figuring out what I want to wear and what I like for myself, but sometimes those little voices creep in. i'm going to save this video to watch whenever i need a confidence boost.
Mel Köiv (8 months ago)
I've found your channel today and after watching like 4536789 of your videos I think I have a new favorite youtuber
Elle-Iza Logan (8 months ago)
The worst fashion advice I was always told is the "Don't wear black eye liner on your water line, it makes your eyes look smaller!" No, it fucking doesn't. My skin and my lashes are so light, that you can't really see where my eyes end and where my eyelids begin (low contrast). THAT makes my eyes look small. Black eye liner frames my eyes so you can see the shape of my eyes (and I tone it down to a medium brown for vintage styles). And do you remember the "put white kajal on your water line" thing...? D:
ronya (8 months ago)
I'm so glad I found your channel! Love your videos <3
Charlotte Courtois (8 months ago)
KC L (8 months ago)
Best style for your body type is CONFIDENCE!
Alexandra Ljadova (8 months ago)
Preach sister 🙏
Vicky Kokanour (8 months ago)
Love this so much🖤🖤🖤
Kawthar Rose (8 months ago)
Thanks sooo much for saying this!! Not only is this true for modern styles, but vintage as well. Wear what You love and makes You feel good and comfortable. I can guarantee that no matter what era you love to wear..... Someone had a similar body type at that time to you!!! Thanks to media, we tend only to see the glamourous or ideal body types. There have always been and always will be women and men of ALL sizes and shapes!!! Plus, don't forget that even within certain times periods there were various styles depending on a person's wealth, status or even where they lived ( country, part of the world). You can explore and find what works best for you and still be authentic or what the heck- mix it up if you choose! Simply put, be You, be happy!!
nicholeandalby (8 months ago)
There is an ad that came up on your page of this guy preaching anti-feminism for PragerU
Wild Rabbit (8 months ago)
Women are crazy. I once knew a lady who would sit there staring at my eyebrows becasue she said they were sooooo ugly. I stopped talking to her. Problem solved.
Linda Ursin (8 months ago)
I've heard so many "you can't wear this/do that" when you're overweight/over 40 and I've decided to not care what they say. I look for things that make me feel good and that look good on me
Aubree Hesley (9 months ago)
I'm super new here, and I am going through binge watching your content, and I just realized you look very similiar to Anne Hathaway (in my opinion)(the actress who played in the princess diaries). Anyways! I do truly love your content! Thank you for such inspiring content!!!!
Lyra Garnet (9 months ago)
Well this wasn’t what I expected
A1977ification (10 months ago)
those rules are not BS, the are not rules at all, they are advices, that's how i think. sure, you can wear whatever you want, but if you WANT to look your best, it doesn't hurt to do a research and see what is concidered better for your body type, hair and face type etc. of course, you should KNOW yourself very well before you even start, otherwise you could get all the advices wrong - and that why, in my opinion, most attempts to go "by the rules" fail for most of the people.
Henri Berg (10 months ago)
Campbell Urrutia (10 months ago)
Especially when it comes to historical fashion... PEOPLE OF DIFFERENT SIZES AND BODY TYPES HAVE EXISTED IN EVERY. SINGLE. ERA!! No matter what the “ideal” of the era was, you can still find photographs, paintings, and resources for people of ALL body types!!
The Psychic Cell Phones (11 months ago)
when she has a vintage aesthetic but she also likes memes lol
Hello friends (5 months ago)
that's why shes our meme mom
alwayz hungry 4 knowledge (11 months ago)
You. Are. Amazing. I have this problem. But you inspired me so much! And your channel is great! I like the way you do vintage stuff! ❤️
Grim The Ghastly (11 months ago)
Me: That's good advice. Also me: **Cries self to sleep because she wishes she had meme mom's jaw line**
Katy steevenson (11 months ago)
Hi from France 🇫🇷, i love your video
Rubymoonsister (1 year ago)
I know this is an older video but I absolutely love your message and you’re so wonderful! Also, a small request, if it hasn’t been done already, do you know ways to wear 1920s day looks? Or how to find pieces that might suit that look? Thank you so much. I’ve been binging your videos lately.
naly202 (1 year ago)
At 2:59 I couldn't agree with you more. It's very important to be confident and don't give a damn about what people think. This is how fashion trends were established : the cool kids wore smth strange with a lot of confidence , then all the others started copying them
nnatit (1 year ago)
I love you so much <3 Thankyou for this
Flora Posteschild (1 year ago)
The most important thing is to keep an open mind, experiment, and try on a LOT of clothes. But when I say "keep an open mind" I mean about guidelines also, which to generalize, have a lot of truth to them. All too often, when you read/hear someone say "throw out those stuffy rules -- do whatever makes you feel good", they are working for someone with something to sell -- crop tops, skinny jeans, whatever -- and want to maximize the number of people they sell them to, not just people who would naturally gravitate to them. In other words, they want you to fit in with your peers and buy whatever is at the mall, rather than dress in a way that really looks good on you.
spacemonkey340 (1 year ago)
As long as the garment actually fits properly then wear it if you like it.
Elizabeth Jones (1 year ago)
I love this!!! Thank you so much for doing this.
Alexis Mielonen (1 year ago)
Yes, Yes!! 100% yes
Tee (1 year ago)
Your skin looks so good in this vid
Jolina Simon (1 year ago)
2:21 i nearly died
June 06 (1 year ago)
I wish I was a little more courageous tho, esp with the hair, because ok, I can NOT give a fuck myself, but what if the ppl are right and I really look horrible? 😂😂 I mean some things are more flattering and some aren't.
ibkristykat (1 year ago)
:) So true. LOVE THIS.
Bucky Bun (1 year ago)
When you love the 20s but has a fifties figure. Whoops! But this is a great video though, very well said <3
Mimii (1 year ago)
Love this video! 👏❤ I had an experience like you mentioned about hair. My face is like a circle and I love short hair but my hairdresser (and more people) told me not to cut it small cause it wouldn't look good. But I really wanted short hair so I cut it off and know I look better and feel more confident. The way we feel is how we better look, not dressing like what people think what fit us or not.
Elizabeth Stormborn (1 year ago)
You speak from my Soul, as we Germans say
Lilou Médiart (1 year ago)
Ты такая крутая!!! Особенная! Спасибо))
MBTHAIS (1 year ago)
Bhilithinn (1 year ago)
Totally get this. I used to follow all the style advice for women who are short, short-waisted and more of a rectangular figure. Most advice I came across was basically to hide your waist by wearing things like loose tops, and to never wear belts. I find my figure looks more like an hourglass if I do the exact opposite: draw as much attention as I can to my waist.
joy jones (1 year ago)
XtremeKaiba (1 year ago)
I have always had low self esteem but when I wear my unusual clothing styles, I love it, have no fear of what people think and I enjoy it. I'm like I'm odd unique and these clothes show who I am and they are my second skin and if people think I'm weird, well honey I am.
Sarah Allegra (1 year ago)
Excellent video and advice! I’m super short and I wear drapey, flowy, tunics all the time. I’m not “supposed to” by the rules of fashion, but I like them! So I wear them. And by the way, I think your hair is AMAZING, I wish I had it, and it looks gorgeous with your face! When you have it pulled back or up, it really emphasizes how long and elegant your neck is, which just makes you even that much more beautiful. So keep doing you, it’s working perfectly! 💙💜💙
Jessica Francis (1 year ago)
I love this!!
Teresa Kurowska (1 year ago)
Well said! Love your videos :)
Selena Marilyn (1 year ago)
Love this message ❤️❤️❤️
F E M M E F A T A L (1 year ago)
Más vídeos traducidos al español por favor!!. Siempre me ha gustado este tipo de estilo, y en español no hay youtubers con estos gustos.
thereisadevilinme (1 year ago)
Love that message! 💕
CurlyAndNerdy101 (1 year ago)
2:22 Promptly shat myself.
Leia Organa (1 year ago)
Confidence should be your body type. It’s a one size fits all. 🖤
Julia Åsell (1 year ago)
Agnieszka Jędrysik (1 year ago)
I love your curly hairstyles but this one is adorable!
Vashti Tacoronte (1 year ago)
I really like her humor XD
Vashti Tacoronte (1 year ago)
silvermoon (1 year ago)
yes, you're right, but these "rules" DO make sense, from an aesthetically, fashion point of view (like, it's not a hoax, your legs actually will appear longer if you color match your ankle boots to your pants etc.). But they are only rules if your goal is to dress for your bodyshape/archieve a certain effect/whatever. That's it. People take them too seriously and think it's a huge faux pas to wear something that is not complementing their body type and people will laugh at them or whatever. They're only guidelines, tips, suggestions.
mrs11w (1 year ago)
good outro this time ;-)
mrs11w (1 year ago)
will wheaton just really shocked me!
When you genuinely have one arm that is longer than the other...
Carmesi Lirios (1 year ago)
Cuando sabes que tiene un buen contenido pero tu no sabes ingles <\3
Clare Green (1 year ago)
Fantastic advice 👍🙌
chiew chiew Bam (1 year ago)
I am so happy to find your Channel. It's so helpful and you are so natural. Thank you. :* Are you Libra ? :)

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