Jennifer Lopez is 52 years old and has a body to look forward to. He is known to love exercise and a healthy diet, Which makes sense to look that way. Part of those healthy habits is the energy you show on stage, showing off your iron abs.
But the active partner Ben Affleck Dress elegantly and take advantage of it by enhancing their strengths to draw attention to them, and prevent them from going unnoticed, which is rare.
In one of her most recent public appearances, she was seen walking alongside Affleck and just by being there, she gave a lesson on how best to rock a good pair of jeans. In this case, she used the outfit to “add” inches to her already slim legs. How do? In a very simple way.
His idea was to choose pants that featured vertical stripes, but not the already popular plaid stripes, but raised stripes.
But as you can see in the photo, the jeans that JLo chose, in addition to having prominent vertical stripes, are high-waisted and slightly flared underneath. They’ve proven to be three ideal features to lengthen the silhouette and give a slimmer effect to the legs.
The singer completed her look for the day with a black French sleeved jacket with a pleated high neck, completing the lengthening effect of her figure. She completed it by combing her hair. A mane with the size of its silhouette could be enlarged.
Vertical lines are known to help Lengthens and style, but if they have a lot of contrast and are placed where there are curves, the lines will distort and have the opposite effect or even make them look weird.
If a woman is tall and decides to wear stripes, she should take into account that the less noticeable they are, the more they help, it can also help that the shape of the dress is not quite straight and fits the body.
But this well-known theory of lines and optical effects has been linked to a theory of relativity through a study conducted by York University in the United Kingdom.
This theory suggests that vertical stripes help simplify the figure while horizontal stripes are not preferred for those who want to hide a few extra pounds.
However, according to this House of Studies analysis, this will not be the case. A research team from this center, led by an expert in visual perception, states that clothing printed with vertical stripes creates the optical illusion of a more massive body. Thus, the study destroys a visual theory that sold millions of clothes with vertical stripes at the expense of torn horizontal stripes.
According to the Times, to reach this conclusion, scientists used it 200 pairs of photographs of women in striped clothes, both vertical and horizontal. Then they asked a group of volunteers to point out the thinnest woman in each pair. Intriguingly, according to the data collected, women wearing horizontal striped clothing were indicated as being slimmer by six percentage points.
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