Shape Guide

Explore our shape guide below to discover flattering styles tailored to different body shapes.Understanding your body shape can help you embrace your unique features and dress in a way that enhances your natural beauty.

Taking your body measurements

To ensure that you find the ideal size for your body, follow these
simple instructions to accurately measure your bust, waist, and hips. By taking these measurements, you'll have the confidence to choose the perfect size and achieve the best fit.

Hourglass Shape

The hourglass body shape is characterised by well-balanced proportions, with the bust and hips being similar in width and a well-defined waist. This shape typically has a curvy silhouette and is often considered the epitome of femininity.

Top Tips:

  • Highlight your defined waist by opting for fitted or belted styles.
  • Wrap dresses and tops accentuate your curves beautifully.
  • Choose bottoms that showcase your shape, such as pencil skirts or high-waisted jeans.
  • Structured jackets and tailored pieces create a balanced silhouette.

Pear Shape

The pear body shape features wider hips and a narrower upper body. The hips and thighs are the prominent areas, while the bust and waist tend to be comparatively smaller. This shape is known for its feminine curves and a narrower waistline.

Top Tips:

  • Draw attention to your upper body with statement tops or embellishments.
  • A-line skirts and dresses create balance by skimming over the hips.
  • Opt for pants and jeans with a wider leg to balance your proportions.
  • Choose tops and jackets that end at your hips or waist to accentuate your smaller upper body

Apple Shape

The apple body shape is characterised by a rounder midsection with a fuller bust, a less defined waistline, and narrower hips. Weight tends to be carried around the midsection, while the legs and arms may appear slimmer in comparison.

Top Tips:

  • Emphasize your legs with skirts or dresses that hit above the knee.
  • V-necklines and open-neck tops draw attention upwards.
  • Empire waistlines and A-line dresses create a flattering silhouette.
  • Opt for structured, tailored jackets to define your waistline

Rectangle shape

The rectangle body shape is characterised by a straight and athletic silhouette, with similar measurements for the bust, waist, and hips. This shape typically lacks defined curves and has a more angular appearance.

Top Tips:

  • Create curves by adding volume or ruffles to your bust or hip area.
  • Define your waist with belts or wrap dresses.
  • Experiment with different silhouettes, such as peplum tops or flared skirts.
  • Layering can add dimension and shape to your figure.

Inverted Triangle Shape

The inverted triangle body shape features broader shoulders and a wider upper body, with the bust and shoulders being more prominent than the waist and hips. This shape often has athletic or muscular arms and a less defined waistline.

Top Tips:

  • Balance your figure by adding volume to your lower body.
  • Choose wide-leg pants or flared skirts to create a more proportional look.
  • Tops with sleeves and details around the hips help create balance.
  • Avoid shoulder pads or exaggerated shoulder styles.