Bodies come in different shapes and sizes. That’s what makes us unique to everyone else . Some of us are more desirable and some are not. Oftentimes, there’s a ton of variation within body types.
You may find that your individual shape features characteristics from several different body types below:
1. INVERTED TRIANGLE SHAPE.
An inverted triangle your shoulders and bust are larger than your narrow hips. Stylist often recommend clothing that show off the waistline. Here are some clothing tricks to boost your sense of style for an inverted triangle shape.
2. RECTANGLE SHAPE.
Rectangle body shape or also what we call “straight”. if your waist measurements are about the same as your hip and bust, your shoulders and hips are about same width, you have what’s called a “rectangular body shape“. Commonly, stylist will recommend you to wear off-shoulder tops, tube dresses, and belt waist to divert the attention of your body shape. Click this link to figure out some ideas to match your shape.
3. HOURGLASS SHAPE.
If your hips and bust are nearly equal in size and you have a well-defined waist that’s narrower than both, you have an hourglass shape. Your legs and upper body are probably considered proportionate. Your shoulders may be slightly rounded, and you most likely have rounded buttocks. Stylist recommend to wear v-neck to draw attention down, wearing a skirt or dress with volume below your waist, strapless, wide leg and top, flaring, and big skirt, small top detail. Want to know more tips? click here.
4. ROUND or OVAL SHAPE.
The ROUND BODY SHAPE is also known as the apple. Upper body that is bigger than the lower body, no defined waist, slim hips and broad shoulders are some of the definitions an O shape have. Stylist recommend to avoid any voluminous details around the mid part of your body and keep this area simple and uncluttered, avoid geometric patterns. Go for muted subtle patterns (e.g faded stripes).
5. Athletic Shape.
Muscular but isn’t curvy, shoulder and hip are about the same measurements, waist is narrower than your shoulder and hips but isn’t overly-defined and looks more straight up and down. Stylist often recommend to wear halter, strapless, and racerback styles to emphasize.Recommended2 recommendationsPublished in