Women's Health

BUTTFESSIONS

“I HAVE A SQUARE BUTT”

A body geometry lesson for those playing along at home: That means your butt goes from your hip bone to your outer thigh in one straight line. For online senior associate editor Ashley Oerman, 26, it’s been a very personal struggle. “I didn’t own a full-length mirror for three years to avoid looking at my lower half,” says Ashley, who. Our fix: high-waisted pants that are generously cut on the sides and shorts with trompe l’oeil details and soft textures.

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