Bust and hips are
basically the same measurement and you have a defined waist.
The key to dressing an Hourglass body type is to
proportionally dress the top and bottom of your body while accentuating your
waist. Wide belts over shirts and dresses are a great way to show off your
waist. You can create an even more curvaceous effect by proportionally adding a
bit of volume to your upper and lower body, but always try to maintain balance
since it is your best asset. You have great legs so feel free to play with
skirt lengths. Please rollover the thumbnails below to learn more about how to
dress an Hourglass body type.
Get tops that will accentuate your waist and maintain
the balanced look of your figure. Look for:
*Tops with banding or nipping at the waist.
*Tailored shirts and jackets.
Your figure was made for form hugging tops.
*Shirts that add volume to the bust and shoulders with a
snug fitting empire waist create a dramatic hourglass effect when paired with a
proportionally voluminous bottom.
*Wrap-style tops accentuate your waist and enhance your
*Flowing tops that are banded at the waist, showing off your
amazing curves, create a dramatic hourglass effect.
*Wear fitted dress shirts with darted waists that conform to
your natural shape. Stay away from boxy styles.
Choose either form-fitting jackets or jackets that nip in at
the waist with a flare at the hip. The flare should be balanced with a
structured or princess shoulder.
Lucky you! You can wear most any bottoms as long as you pair
them with the proper top.
* Try the following:
*High-waisted pants and pencil skirts.
*Boot cut & straight
*Skirts that will show off your great legs
*.Skinny jeans and pants
paired with a balanced shirt.
*Cargo's or flap pocket jeans paired with a balanced