Want to create the perfect wardrobe to flatter your shape?
It takes just a few clicks to see which figure type you fall into and to discover which styles will work for you...
- YOUR SHAPE
- GOING OUT
Your shape has... a balanced top and bottom a straight up and down frame a bottom half that appears smaller than your top, a big bust, rounded stomach and slimmer hips a top half that appears smaller than your bottom half, a small bust, a flat stomach and bigger hips and thighs. a big bust rounded stomach and slimmer hips
You most likely have... a small defined waist with ample bust and curvy hips a small bust, small waist and a flat bum a large bust, broad shoulders and slim legs bigger bum, hips and thighs a less defined waist
You want to... make the most of your gorgeous curves create the illusion of curves balance out your proportions and flatter your shape balance out your proportions and flatter your shape show off your great bum and lovely legs
Lucky you! When it comes to the weekend you can wear leggings, skinny or bootcut jeans all showing off your fabulous curves. If you choose to wear a baggy top, enhance your tiny waist with a belt. This outfit shows you how to show off your curves while being comfy!
Most outfits will look great on your figure, but still try and create a more feminine look by adding curves. Try to avoid large, bold prints as these will drown your tiny frame. Button detailing on this jacket helps to create the illusion of a waist while the skinny jeans highlight your great legs.
Most jeans and trousers look great on you Ė but avoid chunky knits as these only add volume where you donít need it. Stick with a structured top like this fitted denim top, matched with a bright pair of jeans to even out your figure.
Dark bootcut jeans will elongate the legs and balance out the hips, avoid skinny jeans, leggings and jodhpurs. You always need clever ways to broaden your shoulders and draw attention to your top half, like the studded detail on the top of this jumper.
Donít be afraid to show off your legs to take attention away from your stomach. Bold patterns and colours disguise your problem areas, while under the bust detail draws attention to your slimmest part. Remember to make the most of your slim hips and go for figure hugging dresses and tunics, rather than shapeless straight dresses.
Your enviable figure means that you can wear anything, including a bodycon dress. This figure hugging style helps show off your perfect curves while the bold red strip down the middle creates a slimmer silhouette.
You may not have been born with natural curves, but we will show you how to make them! Choose something that will create volume and the illusion of a waistline with a waist belt or dress with a waist-clinching design that is also short and fitted to show off your fabulous legs.
Use block colours on garments and avoid any details on the shoulders as this can make you look bulkier. Soften your shape by adding a statement belt to create a centrepiece to your outfit to highlight your waist. A frill at the bottom of a dress can even out your hips, waist and shoulders, giving the illusion of a hourglass silhouette.
Show off your slim top half with strapless tops and dresses. A strapless dress is a great buy - especially one with a nipped-in waist and a flared skirt. Avoid short fitted dresses and skirts as these will make your hips look even wider in comparison to your top half.
Wrap dresses are perfect for you! They help to create the illusion of a waist and distract the eyes away from your tummy area. Combined with an all over print and a V-neck design, this dress will help hide any lumps and bumps and help show off your great bust!
Don't hide your silhouette in baggy dresses - you have such an enviable body shape, you should show it off. The best dresses for an hourglass figure are shift dresses or body-con style - it will skim the body and follow your curves, and really maximise your best assets. Plus the V-neck design and rhinestone detailing on this dress gives you great cleavage!
Try to look for garments that will feminise you figure. A high waisted peplum skirt adds definition to your waist and hips giving you a curvier silhouette. If youíve got a small bust Ė great! You can carry off high-necked tops. You can carry off most styles, using detail or pattern to add definition
A peplum style dress is perfect for evening out your hips and bust to give your figure an even balance. Avoid anything boxy, such as high-necked shift dresses and wide-cut or cropped jackets, plus anything floaty, like blouses or smock dresses.
Deep V-necks will lengthen your torso and draw attention to your top half, whilst a belt is great for nipping you in at the waist. Sequin detailing on the top half of this dress draws the eye upwards, while a fluid knee length skirt skims over your hips.
What lumps and bumps?! Here is a perfect example of a dress that gives you that waistline you want, shows off your fantastic bust and covers up any problem areas you may have from your waist down. If you prefer separates to dresses, team a patterned top with a plain skirt, or vice versa!