5 Female Body Typologies And What Clothes Favor Them The Most

From here, knowing what we like the most about us and perhaps the least, we get to work to highlight our strengths and positives, leaving aside those that do not seem so much.

Hourglass

It is considered the ideal silhouette because the shoulders and hips are in the same line, and there is sinuousness at the waist, being the focus of positive attention. It is the most harmonious silhouette.

With this typology, you can allow yourself to wear all kinds of garments as long as they do not break the balanced aesthetic and turn it into another typology.

Rectangular

You should know that the back and the hip are at the same level but with little sinuousness at the waist. The objective will be to mark the waist more with the help of the shape of the garments, to try to visually achieve being an hourglass, the ideal figure for its harmony.

The most flattering garments for this silhouette are the following:

  • V-necklines lengthen the neck and figure.
  • The Americans with linear shoulder pads.

Triangular

It is one in which the shoulders are narrower than the hip. The objective will be to provide broadness to the shoulders to compensate with the hip, and this will be achieved by providing horizontality in the upper garments or by leaving the shoulders exposed.

The most flattering garments for this silhouette are the following:

  • Blazers with linear shoulder pads.
  • Halter neck.
  • Boat neck.
  • Lighter colors on top.
  • Rigid fabrics on top.
  • Tailor sleeve, balloon sleeve.
  • Added on the shoulders like glitters, buckles, studs.
  • Straight pants with high or medium waist.
  • Bootcut pants.
  • Straight skirts or evasee.

We will avoid: low- rise pants, hip belts and skirts with frills and ruffles (since they provide much more amplitude) and finally shirts and shirts with dropped sleeves.

Skinny pants are not the most flattering, but if you like them a lot, try putting on a heeled shoe, and you will see how you look more stylized.

Inverted triangular

It is one in which the hip is narrower than the shoulders. The goal will be to provide more volume in the hip area to compensate for the shoulders.

The most flattering garments for this silhouette are the following:

  • V neck.
  • Raglan and drop sleeve.
  • Darker colors on top.
  • Fine fabrics.
  • Asymmetrical necklines.
  • Necklaces.
  • Large prints and darts.
  • Low-rise pants, both skinny and straight.
  • Ruffled skirts and ruffles.
  • Miniskirts.
  • Hip belts.

We will avoid bootcut pants, high-waisted, and straight skirts, Americans with shoulder pads and rigid, the strapless, and the halter neck (since it will provide more volume on top when discovered).

Rounded

The rounded silhouette is that in the upper part of the body is more voluminous, and the lower part is narrower. The objective will be to stylize the silhouette with the help of garment overlapping.

The most flattering garments for this silhouette are the following:

  • Blazers with linear shoulder pads
  • Darker colors on top
  • Blouses
  • Halter neck
  • Boat neck
  • V neck
  • Rigid or medium fabrics
  • Necklaces
  • Straight or skinny pants (medium high rise)
  • Slim hip belts
  • Flared skirts
  • Lighter colors and large prints at the bottom

To avoid tight and short t-shirts and low rise pants, and also bootcut pants.