How to dress for a Pear-shaped body

How to dress for a Pear-shaped body

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Dressing for your body shape adds just the touch of glamour you need! Having all the information and being sure of it is key to make shopping a much easier and delightful process. This guide will show you the best ways to highlight your pear-shaped body!

What is a Pear shape?

  • Your hips are wider than your shoulders and bust.
  • You have a well-defined waistline.
  • The shoulders tend to be narrow.

With the virtues of being extra sure, it’s important to make sure you are Pear shaped! Grab your measuring tapes and deconstruct your body shape with us. There are chances you could belong to other body shapes: Apple, Rectangle, Inverted Triangle and Hourglass.

Styles for Pear Shapes

We recommend going for outfits that help balance out your shoulders, hips, waist and bust and at the same time draw focus to some of your best features!

  1. Bright Colours

For the bottom heavy, wherein your hips are wider than your shoulders and busts, the trick is to give equal attention to the upper body! What better way to do that than to wear some catchy bright colours that are sure to grab all the attention in the room. Remember your eyes are more drawn to bright colours than they are to dark hues.

  1. Boat Neckline

Boat necks emphasise the shoulders and accentuate your collar bones. The horizontal neckline adds breadth to your shoulders to bring about alignment in your structure. Some attractive details on the top half along with some drama on the sleeves is everything you are going to need!

  1. Empire Waistline

Empire waistlines are made for curvy figures with a defined waistline. They fit right in the narrowest part of your body extremely well and grab all the attention to that ‘so worthy of a flaunt’ waistline. Further they flare up going down balancing out those wide hips in proportion to the narrow upper, making it a win-win.

  1. Straight, Dark Bottoms

Use colours to focus the eye where you want it to go, while bright ones can emphasise your favourite parts, dark colours do equally well in reducing attention.  A pair of dark pyjamas do the work in covering your wide hips aligning it to your shoulders and give a sophisticated look overall.

No outfit is complete without a smile and remember the beauty lies with you.It’s surprisingly common to find yourself in between body types. the guidelines are only to set a foundation of understanding. Be sure to reach out to our experts to help you find the outfits that make you look and feel your best.