hipline


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hipline

(ˈhɪpˌlaɪn)
n
(Anatomy) the widest part or the contour of a person's hips
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Noun1.hipline - the line formed by measuring the hip at its greatest part
line - a spatial location defined by a real or imaginary unidimensional extent
2.hipline - the line formed by the lower edge of hip-length garment
garment - an article of clothing; "garments of the finest silk"
line - a spatial location defined by a real or imaginary unidimensional extent
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Within the same body type, the vertical space between hipline, waistline, and shoulderline can vary, too, which will affect overall proportions.
Here it's decidedly softer and carries over a trait from earlier iterations -- the stepped hipline around the back.
Continue to smooth and pin the fabric along each side seam, adding ease around the hipline (6).
Professional designer will measure and record customer's size, including chest circumference, waistline, hipline and shoulder breadth (Fig.
Patient data were recorded, including height, weight, body mass index (weight/height [sup]2 ), waistline, hipline, waist-hip ratio (waistline/hipline), blood pressure, pulse, and the results of regular physical and gynecological examination.
Note the nd ia n madras that peaks over the hipline of her silk wrap.
Danit, who runs style company DRESSYOURWAY, says the way to work out which flower you are is to look in the mirror and compare your body length and width, as well as your legs, to your back and shoulder, to hipline.
The waist-circumference was measured above the iliac crest at the natural waistline, and the hip measurement was taken at the largest area of the natural hipline.
The Calorie Shaper Pant technology focuses on the hipline which is the area used by people when walking and climbing stairs.
The luminous satin modified A-line gown had an illusion halter neckline created from a lace overlay of the bodice of the gown that tapered into dramatic ruches to the hipline.
The percentage reduction in circumference at hipline for all 26 women is shown in Fig.