Woman shows how placement of clothes can drastically affect how you look
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Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@gracetutty
One woman has physically demonstrated the power of styling and how the placement of your clothes can drastically change your appearance, and it's left viewers stunned.
Styling just a plain black top with a pair of green jogging bottoms in every combination imaginable, fashionista Grace Tutty has got people rethinking how they wear their clothes.
Showing the importance of clothes and how they're styled, the woman has since shocked the internet with just how much of a difference a few adjustments here and there can make.
Grace captioned the TikTok: "Crazy how moving your clothes can completely change how you look!"
The short clip has since gone viral, amassing over 3.2 million views since it was posted only last week.
With nearly 300k likes and hundreds of comments, it's clear that people couldn't wait to weigh in on the informative demonstration.
One TikTok user wrote: "Forget colour theory, I need clothes theory."
Don't we all?
A second, clearly in disbelief at the drastic change, called the demonstration 'crazy'.
"This is actually really interesting," a third praised, "thank you for making this."
"I feel like I need someone to do this for my body so I can see what actually looks good," commented another.
It seems like she wasn't the only one who needed helped in the styling department as many others flooded in to share their difficulties in figuring out what to wear.
But fear no more as we've got the lowdown on all things fashion.
First things first is there is no such thing as an 'average' or 'typical' body type but, with that said, people have attempted to categorise their bodies into a few general types and you've probably heard some of them.
Whether that's rectangle, round, spoon, top hourglass, bottom hourglass, apple or pear - the list is seemingly endless.
Don't know there's so much fruit in there but hey ho.
According to Healthline, those with a rectangle, straight, or 'banana' body would be pointed towards 'off-the-shoulder tops, tube dresses, and belted waists'.
This body type has been categorised by the measurement on your waist being around the same as your hip or bust with your shoulders and hips 'about the same width'.
Another common body type has been referred to as triangle or 'pear' in which your shoulders and bust are 'narrower than your hips'.
According to the site, stylists 'often recommend' clothing which 'shows off the waistline'.
An 'hourglass' figure usually means your hips and bust are 'nearly equal in size' as well as having a 'well-defined waist that’s narrower than both'.
Because of this, 'form-fitting or tailored clothing' is said to sit best on this body type.
While that's only three of the many different shapes and sizes we all come in - it's important to remember that we should dress in what makes us feel comfortable and look fab regardless of any rules.