Sambi Fashions & Premier

Sambi Fashions & Premier

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Pear Shape:


Awesome your Pear shape is best compliment

The key to dressing a pear body shape is to enhance and add volume (or the illusion of volume) to your upper body while emphasizing your waist and de-emphasizing your lower body to create a balanced, hourglass appearance. Learn more about how to dress a pear shaped body by mixing and matching the below suggested separates.

*Tops for a Pear Body Shape

When dressing a pear body type, look for tops that will help balance your lower half while accentuating your defined waist:

*Tops with nipped or fitted waists.

*Off the shoulder, boat-neck tops, wide V or U necks.

*Structured shoulders, princess or flutter sleeves.

*Embellishments around the bust and shoulders.

*Bright colors and bold patterns.

*Billowy tops that add volume to the bust with a snug fitting waist. Add flutter or princess sleeves for a more dramatic effect.

*Shirts with a fitted waist, and embellishments around the bust and shoulders to balance your lower half.

Bottom:

*Find dress shirts with structured or princess shoulders and a darted waist.

*Wear wrap shirts that emphasize your small waist with full or structured shoulders and a wide neckline. Wear a padded bra for an enhanced effect.

*Jackets with full or structured shoulders and a nipped-in waist in hip-length. *Draw attention to your bust with pockets or details. Stay away from lower pockets.

*Off the shoulder shirts or shirts with wide necklines and a fitted or nipped-in waist will widen and draw attention to your slim shoulders and emphasize your small waist.

*To dress a pear body type, look for bottoms that will minimize your lower half:

Lightly gathered skirts that skim your body without adding volume.Avoid details such as whiskering and embellished pockets.

*Pants that fall straight from the widest part of your hip.A-Line skirts.Darker colors, clean lines and simple stitching.

*A-line skirts that gently skim your body help to de-emphasize your bottom.

 *Lightly gathered skirts that skim your bottom without adding volume.

*Simple, dark colored slacks with no (or minimal) pockets with a mid-rise waist. Choose relaxed fits that fall straight down from the widest part of your hip.

*Dark washed, boot-cut or trouser-cut jeans that fall straight down from the widest part of your hip. Avoid whiskering and embellished or small rear pockets.