Jennifer Aniston’s wardrobe seems to be centered around jeans, comfortable pants and plain, basic tops. And since she’s got an athletic boy type, toned all around and fit as can be, these functional clothes fit her best (even though a bra would fit her just fine, too).
Jennifer appears to put Comfort before Glam, unlike, let’s say, Kim Kardashian or, even more so, the queen of “Fashion requires sacrifices”Â Victoria Beckham, butÂ without being asÂ laid back as, let’s say, Jennifer Love Hewitt, who is frequently spotted inÂ pajama-style pants.
Jessica Simpson is a rare case of a girl who looks better when she dresses down. How convenient, how lucky! Instead of spending hours applying a picture perfect make-up and choosing an extravagant outfit, Jessica can grab some short and walk through the door.
The explanation is that she’s got an athletic body type (with some popular curves) who fits best with a casual, sportive look. Which Jessica do you like? The no-make-up one who is showing us her toned legs or the authentic cowboy girl?
There is a thing called being fit and there is another thing called being INSANELY fit. That fit, that it just doesn’t look right, unless you are a guy, a bodybuilder guy, that is. Now Madonna is most definitely in the second category, since you would never guess that those arms belong to a woman and not to a (male) fitness trainer.
Now I am pretty sure thatÂ many of you out there think that Madonna should lay off the weights for good, but there are probably some who love this as-fit-as-it-gets look and athletic body type. So, let’s hear it: How do you find Madonna’s uber-toned arms? Wow or Eww?
Versus’s expert verdict:Â Hate to be abrupt, but Eww.Â Little bit of feminine softnessÂ is mandatory for a Wow rating.
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