Discussion in 'Online' started by délié, Feb 7, 2013.
Such a Stark contrast.
I know we've talked about this before but Phoebe Tonkin's transformation (especially face) is fucking amazing. I've been kinda obsessed with her lately, I find her soooo gorgeous, and when I see what she used to look like I'm just
OT but she looks just like Diana Silvers (@ IMG) to me
I was thinking she could be Phoebe's baby faced younger sister, as it turns out they're almost 10 years apart.
"The real slim shainy" indeed.
her face changed so much (for the better). I hope losing will do the same to me!
"4'11, 133 to 88" (found on tumblr)
they look GREAT for that bmi!
Those are both amazing thinspo!!!
Found this on google - pear shapes achieving decent legs give me hope
Not to distract from the amazingness here but if she's a pear, what's an hourglass? Or is there really not much of a difference at this weight? [I've always been so confused about the pear shape but am now thinking that I am one!]
Actually that’s a good point. I’m not sure - I guess I associate the phrase hourglass with larger busts (and often correspondingly bigger upper arms) like Jessica Chastain. In the before picture for girl above, she seems to carry her weight more in her legs rather than evenly distributed between arms and legs.
I think I’m also biased as, although I wasn’t as large, my shape at my heaviest is very similar to her before and I definitely never thought of myself as an hourglass!
I don't remember exact numbers, but an hourglass figure is defined as your waist and hip measurements both being ~10 inches (or more) larger than your waist. So, if your measurements are something like 36-23-36, you'd be considered an hourglass.
Edit: Your shoulders and hips are around the same size," Roché says. "Your waistline is significantly smaller. The rule of thumb here is about 75 percent: Your shoulder and hip measurements are within five percent of each other. Your waist is at least 25 percent smaller than your shoulder, hip and bust measurements. Your waist is eight to 12 inches smaller than your hip or bust measurement."
I also thought she looked more like an hourglass, I usually associate pear with narrower shoulders, or at least with slimmer arms.
I used to follow this girl on Instagram and she is in recovery from Anorexia
Ah that sucks - sorry about posting. Found on google and had no background on the page it was from, just a lot of other before afters.
Impressive post baby transformation!
Vanessa Anela Moe (instagirl turned into asos/missguided model) she was never super skinny but it was sad to see her gain as she has gorgeous features. She is Danish and Hawaiian. And unfortunately for her weight gain seems to be most evident in her face.
@thelovelybones, there's another thread about models losing or gaining weight.. or should I say 'model' in this case..
This one is solely for gals going from average to skinny, like the title suggests. Not that I especially want to picky about this but if we start posting stuff around where it doesn't belong, it just gets confusing.