A Sara Ramirez Fashion Breakdown

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Until your New Year's exercise resolution kicks in, Us Weekly offers some fashion fixers (or so it claims). We can't speak for their helpfulness, but we were happy to see that the magazine features Grey's Anatomy star Sara Ramirez. We think she looks great regardless, but here's the publication's comparison of two of her outfit choices:

A Sara Ramirez Fashion Breakdown
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According to the magazine, unless you're really thin with a small bust (like Ellen Pompeo), the tube top (left) is a tough look to pull off. Therefore, a V-neck or halter-style blouse would probably be a better bet to subtly show off some skin. In case you were wondering, here are some examples of what you need to pull off the look:

Chic: Akiko, Leather V-Neck Top in Black, $136.00
Cheap: Banana Republic Jersey Twist-front Tank, $44.00

Steve Marsi is the Managing Editor of TV Fanatic. Follow him on Google+ or email him here.

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espousing riders!Pitney deacon preaches,scheme.

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Sara Ramirez is a very beautiful girl. She is a perfect example that a girl that doesnt have to be bony and skinny to be beautiful. Absolutely my favorite character on Grey's Anatomy.

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I hope that Callie tells George Yes. B/c if she doesn't she may lose him for good. He may be upset about his dad but give him a chance. I believe he does love Callie and wants to Marry her. So plz Callie say yes.

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These people really seem to now what they are talking about. Sara looks much thinner and more glamorous in the second picture. Wouldn't it be fun to have someone help you look your best. One of the perks of show business.

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wow it appears she lost a lot of weight in that second picture!

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