The Best Styling Tips For Every Figure!

I think each of us sometimes thinks that one or the other part is not really optimal because of the figure. Thanks to my many years of experience in the fashion industry and my affinity for styling, I have learned a lot in terms of figure and I wanted to share it with you today. In the end, it’s not about hiding your own character. On the contrary! This article is much more important to me, to be able to bring out its advantages and personal chocolate side even better. So here are my best styling tips for every type of figure. Incidentally, I would personally describe myself as a mixture of a pear shape (my upper body is significantly narrower than my hips) and an hourglass silhouette (I have a rather narrow waist).

Figure type: apple shape

You are considered an apple figure if your legs and arms are super slim, your chest is rather large and your shoulders and your back are relatively strong. The bottom of these figure types is usually rather small. The best? You have two major advantages: your beautiful legs and your sexy cleavage. And you should emphasize that too. It is also important to create more waistline through clothing, and to visually adjust your figure to the ideal of the hourglass.

And this is how the right styling works:

A lot of material does not automatically help a lot, because if used incorrectly, it can be applied quickly. That’s why the following applies: use figure-hugging fits such as tailored blazers or boot-cut jeans. It also makes sense to buy a perfectly fitting bra from the specialty shop that puts the cleavage in the right light – even if you have to dig deeper into your pocket, it is worth it! What else can you consider? Dark color shades such as black can conceal certain proportions if desired. The best stuff? Flowing, loosely falling fabrics that are not too heavy. This creates lightness and also plays around.

And the waist? Unfortunately, women with an apple-shaped figure usually have to create them optically. This works best with parts in empire style, i.e. wrap dresses and wrap skirts that narrow in the underbust area and are slightly flared at the bottom. Tops are welcome to have a V-neck and tops should extend to the hips. With coats and jackets, on the other hand, you can really hit the plaster. By the way, colors and patterns are no problem for your figure. Here you only have to pay attention to the length. This should extend at least to the middle of the thigh. This creates a narrow, vertical line. Also great for you: statement sleeves that give your slim arms more attention. With your beautiful legs, you can also wear short skirts and pants at any time. But best of all,

Figure type: hourglass figure

For many, the hourglass figure is ideal. Curves on breasts and buttocks, a narrow waist and slim arms and legs. Sounds easy to style? Well, because here too, the wrong clothes can quickly make the figure look strange. My styling tips? I’ll tell you now.
And this is how the right styling works:

The best way to highlight the hourglass figure is to emphasize the waist. You can do that with wrap dresses and skirts as well as with corset tops and shift dresses. Peplum also draws attention to the narrowest part of the body. When it comes to the neckline, you can wear everything. But all cutouts that don’t end directly on the neck look particularly good. These are, for example, V-neck or Carmen cutouts. If you want to stretch your body additionally because you may feel too small, I advise you to concentrate on mono looks. So to style your outfit in just one color world. By the way, if you want to wear blazers, the best ones are those that end at waist height and are super-tailored.

What else suits you best? Pencil skirts, Marlene pants and skinny jeans. Details such as buttons, zippers or embroidery can additionally accentuate your figure in the right place (waist, shoulder, hip). A couple of sexy high heels lift the buttocks and show off curves even better.

Figure type: H shape

This type of figure is characterized by a straight body shape. Little waist, slim legs and arms are the main features. With the right outfits, optically beautiful curves can be created here. My styling tips for your figure are as follows:

And this is how the right styling works:

All pants that end at waist level are perfect for you. Whether skinny jeans, Marlene trousers or pleated trousers, the waist height alone is decisive. What are you wearing? Fine turtlenecks, crop tops or tight carmesleeves. Blouses or tops with ruffles or drapes on the shoulder or waist area are also an advantage.
What else suits you? Pleated pieces, flounces and flowing maxi dresses. Small pockets in the chest area make them larger and the waist look narrower. Mini sleeves on shirts are also great. Because they widen your shoulders and conjure up a narrow waist. Tulip skirts conjure up curves for you immediately and jumpsuits are also great for you.

Figure type: Y figure

Your shoulders are relatively present, your legs are super slim. That’s exactly what many women envy you for. What you may sometimes find a disadvantage yourself are your narrow hips and your sporty look? Half as wild, because there is also a remedy.

And this is how the right styling works:

Y-figures are mainly about making them look more feminine. For you that means the full boom of wearable femininity, i.e. dresses, skirts, flounces, sequins and heels. Everything that immediately looks feminine. Flower patterns also reinforce this effect. Minimalist looks in classic colors, on the other hand, make you look significantly sportier. Can definitely be super nice. However, if you want to create more femininity, you should wear color.

Also great: mini skirts and shorts. That flatters your beautiful legs. Slits on dresses and skirts create more sexiness, just like soft, flowing fabrics. Especially on the upper body. That makes you look more delicate. Halter tops and raglan sleeves also draw attention away from your shoulders, just like deep necklines. On the other hand, you should bet on volume. Wide skirts or pants are ideal for you.

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