The Two Core Principles for Dressing YOUR Body Type
When dressing for your specific body type, you're often told to minimise this and emphasise that to look your absolute best. Right? While this is undoubtedly solid advice, chances are you may be a bit lost (we were!) with the specifics on what exactly to minimise and emphasise for your specific shape. To break it down for you, we highlighted styling tricks below, whether you consider yourself an hourglass shape, a pear, an apple, or anything in between.
Keep scrolling for tips and shopping advice to flatter your body type.
You carry more weight around your hips and thighs and are slimmer up top, so it's best to look for pieces that move away from your bottom and accentuate your upper half.
You have broad shoulders and are slim or straight between your waist and hips, so try pieces that balance out your upper half while creating depth down low.
Your figure is striaght up and down. Add volume all over to create more of a shape.
Your waistline is your widest measurement, so you don't want to necessarily define your waist, because your bust and hips are narrower. Think drop waists.
You're curviest at your thighs and have a full bust, so emphasise your best asset—your waistline!