I was taught that most of us do not have the perfect body.
BUT we could all get one.
By using clothing to create an illusion.
I spent years elongating my really short legs wearing shorter tops, high heels, matching shoes to tights or trousers (vertical pin stripes, if you’re interested). Adding curves to my straight body with a belt at the waist. You get the picture.
How lovely it was to find Fashion Feng Shui, where the principle says your body is perfect as it is.
No need for illusions.
Sway those gorgeously sensual hips, admire the strength in your overly broad shoulders, forget your body shape altogether if you are a creative soul.
That, my friends, is how you find your perfect body.
Embrace it just as it is. After all, it’s the only one you have.