A long time ago before I gained a lot of weight I had a really balanced hourglass figure. Now that I have gained like 70-80 lbs. I am pretty much an apple shape. Is it possible that when an hourglass gains a lot of weight she can gain it in her waist and end up looking like an apple? That's what happened to me. I don't think I was an apple shape before, I had busts with a small defined waist and hips and a butt so that's pretty much an hourglass. So why are all these sites saying that only apples gain weight in the midsection and hourglasses don't?
BTW I did get a treadmill so I'm on my way back to my hourglass fighting weight. :)
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The perfect hourglass measurements are :36-24-36.With the bust and hips being the same measurement and waist being 12 inches less.
The point of an hourglass is that you don't gain weight in the mid section and hourglasses don't because of the body types(if you know about body types)
I'm an hourglass and when I gain weight it goes straight to my breasts and hips but if I gain A LOT of weight of course I'll notice some in my midsection.
Sorry but hourglass and apple shape are two different shapes,you don't change.Of course you can be an attractive or nasty looking apple shape,pear shape or hourglass or banana/pencil
Hourglasses don't gain weight in midsection.2
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