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White girls have never been able to make the sassy ‘hand on the hip look‘ seem natural.
The sheer part of this dress makes the hands and head seem pasted in (that neck isn’t helping any), but it’s the hips that give away this disaster. A little black dress can and should do a lot of things, but it shouldn’t be an outright optical illusion.
Thanks Dora. You can see the original on the Vogue site.
They say you’re the sum of your parts – but where you get those parts is up to you and your photoshopper.
Let’s hear your thoughts on this one, readers. Do we have a model example of Frankenstein’s monster, or are this woman’s proportions just a touch misleading in spots?
Thanks Rhet. You can see the original on the Lord & Taylor.
When you use Photoshop, less is more and there’s no “right” setting. Also, don’t take those instructions too literally.
If your selfie looks like this, you need to check your camera or you need to check with your doctor. A sassy pose like that loses some credibility when one armpit is askew and the other arm is more akin to a toothpick than a limb.
Thanks Neal. The original can be found in Westfield Shopping Centres in Australia.
Sometimes I want to know what’s going on under a skirt. This is not one of those times.
When a leg starts to resemble a kickstand, it’s may be time for H&M to re-evaluate their graphics department. Seriously guys, you provide so much content for this site that we may have to start paying you.
Thanks Coraline. You can see the original on the H&M site.
Women often have a smaller upper body than men and/or what the laws of nature dictate.
I’ve heard of having bird-like proportions, but rarely is an ostrich the obvious parallel. This woman must have one low center of gravity and an impressive top running speed.
Thanks Cantor. You can see the original on Woman’s Day.
Ever see a lady in a dress without a back and wonder where it stops? Yeah, this is that lady.
The inexplicable lens flare doesn’t really distract from the stomach width that’s reminiscent of a leather-wrapped slice of flesh. Oh well – at least she has a horrifying career in belly-dancing to fall back on.
Thanks Ólafur. You can see the original on Maria Birta’s Facebook.
I’ve seen that shape before, but usually on stroke victims.
The motivation behind this disaster is hard to fathom. At best, it’s a statement on plastic surgery and staying out in the sun too long. At worst, someone was trying to fix a blemish and sneezed.
Thanks Raschel. You can see the original on the Shape website.