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Triangular body structure / pear

Body shape that characterized by wider lower body parts (thighs and buttocks) than the upper body parts (chest and shoulders), and accentuated waist line.

The key is to create a balance between the upper body and the lower part of the body. The way is by adding volume or attracting attention to the top of the body by color, print, decorations and accessories.

What To Wear

Upper part:
  • Shirts with structure and shape, fitted to the waist.

  • A shape dress

  • Shirts relatively short - shirt length above the hips line

  • Printed shirts or colored shirt

  • T-shirts and dresses with sleeves

  • Decorated or puffed sleeves

  • Shirts and dresses decorated at the top

  • You can add a Large necklace or scarves to highlight the upper part

  • T-shirts or halter-neck dresses

  • Shoulder pads (can be hidden)

  • Deep necklines

  • Clothes that emphasize your waist


  • Mild A-line skirts and dresses 

  • Pants in a straight cut - extending the legs

  • High waist pants - collect the buttocks and emphasize the the waist.

what not to wear

upper part:

  • Long shirts or tunics that cover the buttocks

  • T-shirts that decorated at the bottom, close to the hips


  • Fitted pencil skirts

  • Skinny pants - will highlight the disproportion

  • Hemlines stopped at the hips

  • Pants or skirts with open pleats

  • Very high heels shoes

Actress Meryl Streep

Meryl Streep

On the right - in a maxi dress, with a particularly flattering cut. Its upper part is tight and tailored with a generous V-neckline, which cuts the body in vertical lines, emphasizes the narrow area of the body and gives it shape. And the narrow waist is emphasized with a thick and fashionable waist belt.

The lower part of the dress extends from the waist to the floor. The fabric spills over and obscures the entire buttocks and thighs area.

The maxi length of the dress gives more height and length to the body.

On the left - an unclear and unflattering dress, with a lot of excess fabric in the wrong places. The cut of the seam is placed in an unflattering way under the bust together with the pattern of the contractions gives the appearance of a sagging bust, and of a not very successful maternity dress.

The bat sleeves widen and enlarge if the entire chest and shoulder area and make the entire top part one piece.

Michelle Obama

Michelle Obama

On the right - pants are not flattering for several reasons. First, the high position of the waist belt, which is located just below the chest. This makes the top really short, emphasizing the disproportion that exists between the narrow waist and the wide pelvis. And in addition to that, the pants are getting narrower from the hips to the ankles, which expands and emphasizes the entire butt (in the opposite example you can see how straight cut pants flatter her much more). The shirt she chose to combine with the pants doesn't flatter her either. A more symmetrical shirt with a more tailored structure would have been better for her.

On the left - pants tailored in a straight cut from the hips (the widest area) to the floor, blurring the disproportion between the pelvis (the widest area) and the rest of the leg. The waistband of the pants is neither too thick nor too high, dividing the body in a flattering way. A tailored shirt with a little blouse, creates the illusion of a lower waist. A combination of a print on the upper part of the body with smooth black pants on the lower part, attracts the heart node of the eye and emphasizes the upper part and creates a balance of proportions.

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