Knowing your body shape isn’t about what you can’t wear, it’s about knowing what you can wear and how to make trends and styles work for you. So forget about anything you don’t feel confident about and focus on all the good stuff, fashion is supposed to be fun!
Your hips and legs are narrower than your middle.
When choosing your outfits aim to focus on your lovely legs and décolletage, and go for flattering draped fabrics that skim over your tummy.
V-neck and scoop neck tops elongate your neck and draw the attention to your face. A tunic looks great with some skinny jeans.
Try a kimono or a sleeveless jacket open over a simple cami. This creates a line down the centre of your body for a sleeker look. Vertical lines lengthen the body & create a streamlining effect.
Eye-catching jewellery like pretty necklaces or earrings brings focus above your bust.
Skater, wrap and empire line dresses fit your waist and skim over your middle to perfectly balance your shape and create the illusion of a nipped in waist
Slim fit and straight leg trousers and denim are perfect for lengthening and drawing attention to your legs. Embroidery & embellishment that travel the length of the body creates flattering vertical lines
You have a full bust with narrower hips and bottom.
with eye catching patterns on your bottom half, and show off your waist.
Our specialist range of busty tops and tunics are cut fuller on the bust and narrower at the waist to fit and flatter your shape.
Darker colours on top create a minimizing effect, if you want to wear a high neckline break up the material with a long necklace or scarf.
A splash of colour or pattern on trousers and skirts help to balance your proportions.
Straight, wide leg and bootcut jeans or trousers are perfect for creating an even silhouette.
Keep pattern on the bottom to add volume to your lower body, and balance your bust. Overall small prints work well.
Empire line or circle skirts with a flare create an hourglass shape and show off your waist.
You have a defined waist, with a full bust and bottom.
Accentuate your narrow waist and perfectly balanced hips and shoulders and celebrate those curves.
A fitted dress with low cut or empire lines draw attention to your waist and show off your curves. An embellished waist belt is a fun feature.
Scoop neck and v-neck tops draw the eye down the body to elongate your shape.
Tailored shirts, jackets and coats nip you in at the waist and compliment your silhouette.
Pencil and bias cut skirts are classic shapes that work well for you.
Slim fit trousers or denim lengthen your legs or try bootcut or wide leg styles to balance out your top half.
You have curvy hips and bum with a narrower back and shoulders.
Create balance by drawing attention to your upper body and creating smooth lines over your lower half.
Skater, wrap or empire line dresses fit to your waist and skim over your hips to perfectly balance your shape. A maxi skirt is an elegant option.
High necklines, embellishment and ruffles, anything fun and flamboyant should be reserved for your upper body to help create balance. The same goes for eye-catching prints or colour.
Bootcut or wide leg are your ideal trouser style, a vertical print on the lower body create a streamlining effect. Try palazzo pants with a fitted jacket.
Statement accessories finish your look and draw the eye to your best bits. Try a cute waist belt or a bold necklace.
A tailored jacket can create harmony by making your shoulders appear broader and balance your hips