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My butt is quite large as I turn to the side, but from front you dont really see it. Hello Meem, see below, you are a pear with a very slim waist. If you want to wear two colors, make sure the lighter color is just around your chest, not at your waist or hips. You will also enjoy watching the Seeing in the Dark film. Generally one will be happiest if they buy as much aperture as can be had in their price range.
Those department store telescopes almost always have poor mounts. Those with more money will need to consider the size and portability of the telescope of their dreams. Yours Abigail bodypositive daretowear. The simple fact of the matter is that those with lower budgets will need to look at binoculars or lower end Dobsonians. You can measure your body shape alone but it is advised to ask a friend for help.
However, I do not have any of the suggested things. Your hips are wider than your shoulders. Proportions are as important for women with curvy figures. Congrats, you have a pear body shape. My advice for Buying a Telescope has matured over the years but the core has remained the same.
For you binoculars are still the best way to start. Often I find that what kind of telescope people think they want and what they really want are two very different things.
Go through the detailed information and see what is closest to your body type. Now, I am going to assume that you know the difference between a refractor and a reflector and their variants. With your slim waist you also have some criteria for an hourglass.
Your hips and shoulders have about the same width. Large aperture refractors lens based can be very expensive. You could be pear, apple, inverted triangle, rectangle or hourglass.
Well put simply, I have never seen a good telescope that advertises it power on the box. There are many choices in this range.