Getting dressed becomes a lot easier if you know what pieces work best for your shape. Knowing what perfectly flatters your body makes you walk confident, feel beautiful and ready to take on the world. Contrasting and playing up your body type can bring attention to your best features and mask those trouble areas. Creating balance between fashion and your proportions can praise your lifestyle. Most women fall in one of the four categories:
- If you’re curvy with a tiny waist, you’re an HOURGLASS!
A crop top and a pencil skirt can look fabulously glorifying on curvy girls as it highlights your curves and smoothes out your thighs. A V-neck is an ultra flattering to tour bust and the wrap creates a diagonal movement across the body. Most prints look good on your figure but be aware that busier patterns and prints will make your lower half look bulkier.
- If you have a slim lower body and carry density around your abdomen, you are an APPLE!
Your goal should be to reduce your midriff by highlighting your shoulders and legs. Opt for subtle prints like small polka dots while wearing a jumpsuit or a dress. The wearing pattern on the bottom with neutral tops can do wonders for you. A flowery top and a swing coat would do perfectly well as your winter dressing while low waist straight leg pants can help you avoid stomach bulges.
- If you have a trim waist and head-turning hips, you’re a PEAR!
Draw the attention upward by wearing floral and patterned blouses and tops over and over again. But the lower half should be best complimented with smaller prints and dark shades as it helps slim down broad hips. Embellished top helps to center the focus on your slim upper body. A simple A-line skirt will highlight your waist keeping the eyes off the butts.
- If you have a slim lower body and carry weight around the belly, you’re a BANANA!
Wear big and bold patterns to give your body a curvier experience. Opting for pastel colors enhance your appearance as they reflect light. Ruffled tops and tapered pants create an illusion of whittle waist in proportion to bust and butts. Voila curves!
Mystylepal is a group of Style enthusiasts who are self-driven to make the world more stylish. We believe that everyone is beautiful in his/her unique style. The whole journey is about finding that unique style. We help our readers to embrace their true personality by giving them confidence with our curated style hacks.