Your shoulders or bust are the broadest part of your body. Your hips and waist might be narrower. And you’ve got legs they’re all talking about.
How to make it work for you:
- Try styles that add curves to your lower body and help define your waist.
- Show off your collarbones and lengthen your neck by going for a scoop or V-shaped neckline.
- Style with fitted jackets that are nipped, tied, or belted at the waist, or they flair at the bottom. You can also go for waist-length cropped jackets.
- Boyfriend jeans are your friend. You can also try wide-legged pants and jeans, even flares—they all add curves to your lower half.
- Structured, A-line dresses or fit-and-flare styles help balance your curves. Or try a sheath style that creates long and balanced lines.
Things you might want to avoid:
- Shawl collars, boat necks, or larger patterns on your top half. These all tend to make your outfit feel a little top-heavy.