The first outfit: Though Kim looks pretty good, girls that are on the shorter side (5’2”) aren’t advised to wear pants of this length, especially if paired with strappy shoes, since they tend to shorten and thicken the figure.
The second outfit: I think the outfits that look best on Kim are the ones that accentuate her small waist. Due to the fact that she’s a very voluptuous girl, she looks great in clothes that offer definition to her middle area.
What do you say? Which outfit looks better on Kim’s curvy figure?
Just like in the case of the uber-hot Adriana Lima photo-shoot for the Victoria’s Secret catalog, there isn’t much to say about Marisa Miller’s pictures in FHM except the fact that her figure is AMAZING… aÂ very successfulÂ combination of thinness, curviness and toneÂ in one sexy package.
Let’s hear your thoughts!
3 more after the jump!
It’s pretty hard NOT to look a little wide / thick in horizontal stripes, but 32 year-old Anna Faris manages to pull off a striped and figure-hugging dress quite well, showing off a small waist, a perky little booty andÂ thin, but round hips.
How do you like it?
A view from the front on the next page!
If that t-shirt hadn’t been cropped, these pictures wouldn’t have been oh so worthy-to-post. But the teeÂ IS tiny and Britney’s flat stomachÂ IS revealed and her absÂ ARE looking good!
Good for her for maintaining her shape – how does she do it? Well, dancing on tour (as she is in these pics) are definitely an ingredient of her fit figure.
Raven-Symone has dealt with body criticism in the past, especially coming from certain blogs – and all this time, she was proud of her “thick and fabulous” body (as she calls it). Here’s what she had to say:
â€œPeople come up to me and have certain words for me, but you know what I do? I say, â€˜I’m healthy, I exercise, I believe in myself, and I think I’m beautiful,’ â€ she says. â€œYou just have to learn how to transform the pressures into something that doesn’t soak into you on a personal level. You see it, you breathe past it, you don’t let it sink into your self-esteem.â€
Sounds like a healthy attitude!