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A woman represents the ideal body type with the aspects of history through her pictures

It is an extremely famous and common saying “beauty is in the eye of the beholder” which means that beauty doesn’t exist but is created by observers. Presently, we are more drawn towards what one looks like, focus on their physique over their personality, and judge them if they are wearing clothes that are indicated by current fashion. These are the fundamental factors that people keep in their minds prior to approving a girl to be attractive.

There have always been drastic changes in fashion that make women question their style sense and whether or not their body is ideally suited for it. Cassey Ho-A well-known fitness master indicated in her research that people’s perception of the “perfect or ideal” body for females has been changing consistently. She displays through her pictures how fashion and body shapes for women have been changing evolving.

Cassey Ho- Fitness trainer

Cassey Ho is an extremely skillful and much-respected fitness trainer who chose to clarify the evolving beauty standards of people through her photos as per history.

She states, “This is how would I have looked in the event that I had an ideal body shape as per the prerequisites of each time”

Cassey Ho shows a yearly representation of perfect body shape

The famous fitness trainer Cassey Ho is representing variations in the perfect body shape of women each year.

1. THE “IDEAL” BODY SHAPE IN 2018 – SMALL WAIST AND BIG BUTTOCKS!

There was a huge trend of big butts and small waists with huge pouty lips back in 2010-2018.  This trend encourages women to get these things artificially by romanticizing various models on IG or other social media platforms. There was a 58% rise in the utilization of butt implants and cosmetic surgery in light of the fact that each and every other girl went for these techniques to have a perfect body shape.

2. THE “IDEAL” BODY SHAPE IN THE MID 90s-2000s – FLAT STOMACHS, LONG LEGS!

In the middle of the ’90s to 2000, there was a huge trend of flat bellies, big breasts, and pretty long legs with flawless thigh gaps. This was considered to be the ideal body shape for women at that time. The breast augmentation technique became popular due to this reason. In the times of Victoria’s Secret Angel, who has the perfect body physique, all women liked to be as such.

3. THE “IDEAL” BODY SHAPE IN THE EARLY 90s – SUPER SKINNY BODY! 

Being extremely thin was something very pretty till the mid of ’90s. You are most likely to be featured in any magazine if you have noticeable bone structure, malnourished body structure, and a thin body. This perfect body shape was entitled a name as “heroin chic”.

4. THE “IDEAL” BODY SHAPE IN THE 1950s – HOURGLASS SHAPE! 

The hourglass shape was the ideal body shape for women according to the 1950s. The best female of this shape was Elizabeth Taylor’s 36-21-36 and after that, there was Marilyn Monroe’s. This was the time when Barbie and Playboy were presented.

5. THE “IDEAL” BODY SHAPE IN THE 1920s – BOYISH!

The boyish figure was considered to be a thing in the 1920s. The figure should be straight with no curves and small breasts. Women used to hide their curves during this time by wearing striped clothes.

6. THE “IDEAL” BODY SHAPE IN 1400-1700 – FULL, CURVY!

In the year 1400-1700 (the Italian Renaissance), having a full body was represented to be the sign of wealth. Therefore, anyone having a round belly, big hips, and breasts was a thing at that time.

Your body is not an object. Stop treating your bodies like this

The most concerning question these days is “why we treat our bodies like fashion as we treat objects? We ought to comprehend the way that our bodies are exceptionally fragile and it is amazingly hurtful to make them the manner in which we produce Clothes”

Be comfortable in your skin

One more note to yourself is “treat your body with most extreme love and respect and quit attempting to transform it as indicated by the fashion. The best way to do that is by being comfortable in your skin, by tolerating and cherishing your body, and by disregarding the beauty standards made by individuals and love what you have”!