How to Dress a Pear Shape Body Type

Our How to Dress Your Body Type is a series designed to help break down the basic guidelines for dressing all body types. To get started, use this mathematical equation to figure what you are; you may be surprised!

Today, we continue with How to Dress a Pear Shape Body. 

Pear shapes are also called triangles. 

It’s Important to Note: Bone structure tends to dictate body type rather than weight and height. Of course, we need to consider all these factors when we get dressed, so these guidelines are just that, guidelines.

In our conversations here, I hope that we start to change this narrative that one body shape is somehow superior. Women’s bodies are a marvel, and we should celebrate them in every shape and size. And no matter our shape and size we all have features to celebrate and ones we’re not so crazy about. 

Think of it like this: 

Body Type is your bone structure. 

Fit/Size is your proportion; you may be “regular,” petite, tall, or plus. 

Weight fluctuates for most of us, so it’s very possible to straddle between two body types if you tend to gain weight in one specific area. 

The Pear

There are a few things to remember about the pear body type.

Your hips are wider than your shoulders, and your shoulders may be narrow. 

Below, I rounded-up four images of famous women with a pear body types to give you a visual. I included different heights and sizes to show the diversity in the category. 

Famous Pear Shape Body Types

 

Alicia Keys, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Kristin Davis, and Catherine Zeta Jones have a Pear Shape Body Type

Let’s start with Alicia Keys, who is 5’6. Her look provides some great lessons for dressing. Here she is wearing a strong, structured shoulder, creating a stunning silhouette. The placement of her jacket buttons pulls the eye into her waist, and I love that her straight skirt hits at the top of her knee.

Next, 90s It Girl, Jennifer Love Hewitt, is petite and curvy. This wrap dress is a fantastic example of details that create balance. The flutter sleeve of the dress brings the focus to the upper half of her body while balancing her hips. The v-neck, the wrap style, the ruffle on the bias all give her a lovely, feminine shape.

Also, note that the pattern of her dress gives visual interest that almost moves with her body.

Next, Sex and the City star Kristin Davis, in a pair of figure-flattering pants. The only pants a pear shape should avoid are super skinnies. Instead, you can wear a slim-straight, straight, boot or flare cut easily. She brings balance and focus to her top half with a trendy puff sleeve. She’s also wearing an elongating heel that gives the line of her body an elegant finish.

Finally, Catherine Zeta-Jones is so incredibly stunning. Now, I know we’re not wearing red-carpet gowns to the grocery store, but this is a fabulous example of balance. Take a look at how beautifully the shape of her shoulder complements her curvy hips. The v-neck and pulled in waist is another way to highlight your curves. 

Best Tips for Dressing Pear Body Types

The Pear shape has one general guideline: create a strong shoulder. Try to create a look that pulls the eye up, to help balance your hips. 

What should you avoid? 

If you like pattern, avoid wearing it exclusively on your bottom half. Any kind of top that drops your shoulders and makes them appear narrow should be avoided. Skip tight bottoms, oversized tops and jackets and chunky flat shoes. 

Best Tops for Pear Body Types 

Off the shoulder, boatnecks, cowlnecks, and a v-neck when accompanied by a structure shoulder detail all help broaden your top half. For jackets, you can wear something slightly cropped or hits at your natural waist, a moto will look fantastic, so would a wrap style.

Try bold color and, texture and fun patterns, 

Best Bottoms for Pear Body Types

Focus on straight, wide or boot leg bottoms. Avoid super skinny bottoms that cling to your calfs. 

Best Dresses for Pear Body Types 

A wrap, fit-and-flare, and an a-line with a complementary top similar to the ones mention above are all perfect options. 

Remember, these are guidelines.  I can’t reinforce this enough. Everyones body type is unique. Use these recommendations as starting point in dressing well, knowing that you’ll have to make adjustments for your unique needs. 

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How to Dress an Hourglass Body Type

Our Body Type Series continues with How to Dress an Hourglass Body Type. This series is designed to help break down the basic guidelines for dressing all body types. To get started, use this mathematical equation to figure what you are; you may be surprised!

A naturally occurring hourglass body shape is by far the rarest. So, of course, popular culture considers it to be the gold standard for women’s bodies. 

In our conversations here, I hope that we start to change this narrative that one body shape is somehow superior. Women’s bodies are a marvel, and we should celebrate them in every shape and size. And no matter our shape and size we all have features to celebrate and ones we’re not so crazy about. 

It’s Important to Note: Bone structure tends to dictate body type rather than weight and height. Of course, we need to consider all these factors when we get dressed, so these guidelines are just that, guidelines.

Think of it like this: 

Body Type is your bone structure. 

Fit/Size is your proportion; you may be “regular,” petite, tall, or plus. 

Weight fluctuates for most of us, so it’s very possible to straddle between two body types if you tend to gain weight in one specific area. 

The Hourglass

There are a few things to remember about the hourglass body type.

Your shoulders and hips are the same size and you have a very defined waist. 

Women with a hourglass body type are often curvy, and can highlight their features with well tailored garments, elongating necklines and figure flattering fabrics. 

Hourglasses actually have a lot of options, however, the one main thing to avoid is oversized, shapeless pieces.

Below, I rounded-up four images of famous women with a hourglass body types to give you a visual.

I included different heights and sizes to show the diversity in the category. 

Famous Hourglass Body Types

Scarlett Johansson, Sofia Vergara, Christina Hendricks, and Jennifer Lopez have an hourglass body shape

Let’s start with Scarlett Johansson. She’s a beautiful example of a petite hourglass. Here, she’s wearing a high-waist style skirt that highlights her waist and extends her legs, and gives her height. 

Next, Sofia Vergara embraces her curves and knows how to dress them. A quick Google image search will show you that she never goes off her track, opts for body-hugging dresses, and separates v-necklines and bold accessories. She might not be the poster child for everyday dressing, but let her inspire you to bring some fun and confidence to your looks. 

Wear a bold color, make sure your clothes fit perfectly and use your necklines to draw the eye into your waist. 

Then we have the stunning Christina Hendricks, who is 5’7 and considered “plus-size.” Which is about as crazy to me as it was when I was expecting at 38 and called a “geriatric pregnancy.” 

This is one of the best examples I’ve come across of an appropriate real-life look; everything is perfect. The sleeves hit at the right length, the asymmetrical neckline is a modern way to elongate her neck and draw the eye in, her skirt hits at the ideal spot right at the top of her knee. Even her natural tone shoes with a pointed toe give an elegant finish to her leg. 

Finally, Jennifer Lopez. Now, listen, it’s common knowledge that J.Lo treats her body like a temple. Her intense diet and fitness routines are well documented. Not only is she the picture of clean living, but her access to the best of every resource and her incredible work ethic has allowed her to create and maintain her body. I want to make sure we’re all clear that no one simply wakes up looking like this. 

That all said, the lesson here is TAILORING.  For the hourglass body type especially, fit is the key to confident dressing. 

Here’s why I like the look above: she’s wearing a high-waisted,  flare leg pant, that helps balance her shoulders and hips. She pairs the pants with a pointed-toe shoe. Again, this is an elegant way to finish the line of your leg. Hourglass body types should avoid round or square toe shoes as they won’t compliment your shape as well.

Then, she tucked in her vertical striped blouse, which brings back her incredible shape, and plays with color and pattern. 

Best Tips for Dressing Hourglass Body Types

As you can see, there is a lot of variety in the hourglass body type. Frankly, you can wear almost anything. The name of the game here is fit. 

What should you avoid? 

Don’t wear anything ill-fitting or oversized. Avoid tunics and tops that hang off your bust. Overly embellished tops or ones with high necks may not be the most flattering.

Best Tops for Hourglass Body Types 

So many choices! 

From v-necks, scooped, and wraps and top with an elongating neckline will be the most flattering. You can even do something like a one-shoulder top if you pair it with a high-waisted bottom. 

Best Bottoms for Hourglass Body Types

Look for high-waisted options that show off your waistline. A tie or belted waistband is a fun accessory to include. 

You can wear almost any shape leg from wide to narrow, be sure you balance your top half and cinch in your waist. 

Avoid cropped pants; they may cut you off at an awkward spot and will throw off your proportions. 

Best Dresses for Hourglass Body Types 

V neck, wrap, and fit and flare dresses are at the top of the list. You’ll also look fantastic in bodycon dresses, garments with side ruching, or gathering at the waist. You can wear an aline or a straight skirt. 

Remember, these are guidelines.  I can’t reinforce this enough. Everyones body type is unique. Use these recommendations as starting point in dressing well, knowing that you’ll have to make adjustments for your unique needs. 

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How to Dress a Round Body Type

We’re continuing our Body Type Series with How to Dress a Round Body Type. This series is designed to help break down the basic guidelines for dressing all body types. To get started, use this mathematical equation to figure what you are, you may be surprised!

The round body type is also referred to as circle or apple.

NOTE: Bone structure dictates body type rather than weight and height. Of course, all factors are considered when we get dressed, so these guidelines are just that, guidelines.

Think of it like this: 

Body Type is your bone structure. 

Fit/Size is your proportion; you may be “regular,” petite, tall, or plus. 

Weight is a factor to consider which tends to fluctuate for many of us. So, if you gain weight in your mid section, you may find yourself leaning towards round at some point in life. 

 

There are a few things to remember about the round body type.

First, your shoulders are broad, and your hips are narrow, OR your hips are even to your shoulders. You likely have a larger bust, but that is not a requirement. The most important factor is your lack of a defined waistline. This becomes your biggest challenge when getting dressed.

Women with a round body type tend to cover their shape with oversized shirts or long flowy pieces. And, in theory, that’s fine, but often you end up looking larger than you are.

Instead, we’re going to focus on tips that will create the illusion of a waist, highlight your favorite features, and show off your legs.

Below, I rounded-up four images of famous women with round body types to give you a visual.

I included different heights and sizes to show the diversity in the category. 

Famous Round Body Types

Eva Longoria, Oprah, and Kate Winslet have a Circle Body shape

Let’s start with Eva Longoria because I bet you’d never consider her a round body type because she is petite and teeny tiny (she’s 5’2″). There is a misconception that round immediately equals plus size, which is simply false. She does a great job creating a shape with her clothes. Here, her blazer gives her a strong shoulder, and the buttons pull in her waistline. Dressing in one color helps create a long line to her body, and she’s wearing a perfect pair of shorts to show off your narrow hips and toned legs. 

Next, the Queen herself, Oprah. Oprah is a fantastic example of how to dress a round body type. She almost always has some waist-defining element in her clothes. In the dress above, she’s using ruching to create that pulled-in look, making her appear more hourglass and than round. 

Isn’t Kate Winslet so stunning?  She’s refreshingly candid about her body and the crazy expectations Hollywood puts on women and just a great representation of style over 40.

In the look above, it’s her halter neckline that adds all the value to her dress. It shows off her toned shoulders while pulling the eye in with the blue detail. You easily see how this makes her shoulders look more narrow, balancing them to her hips and pulling the eye in for a more defined waist. 

Finally, Melissa McCarthy is perhaps the best representation of a traditional round body type, and she does an incredible job styling her outfits. She is fearless in her choices. The look above shows the importance of fit and balance. Her trousers are perfection, tailored to the ideal length with a wide leg that balances her shoulders and mid section. 

See how she draws attention to her waist but clearly defining it with a detail? You may have the instinct to do the opposite by having your top fall off your shoulders and drape over you belly. But that’s when you run into looking pregnant. Instead, don’t be afraid to create an illusion of a waist line with a fitted detail. 

Best Tips for Dressing Round Body Types

As you can see, there is a lot of variety in the round body type. Of all of them, this is the one you may find yourself stepping in and out of if you gain weight in your middle. For example, at my most fit, I am a true rectangle. No amount of sit-ups or carb-cutting will give me a tiny waist, but when I gain weight, it’s always in my midsection, so I use many of these tips when my weight is fluctuating.

Generally speaking, dressing in one color (or monochromatically) will help create a long line. As will dressing off a “column of color.” That simple means you keep the under pieces of your look one color, like black, and then cut it with top layer, like a white jacket. 

What should you avoid? 

Exaggerated details on your shoulders or bust line, ruffle front tops, or jackets won’t do anything for you. Skip pleated front pants and skirts; also avoid tie waist pants, narrow legged bottoms, and pencil skirts

Best Tops for Round Body Types 

A scoop or v-neck top is universally flattering and especially great for a round shape. You can also wear a wrap, faux-wrap, or ruched side top to create a more defined waist. A peplum that lays flat rather than flares out will also look lovely. 

Asymmetrical and halter necklines are excellent options that will minimize your shoulders.  

Skip crew and turtlenecks. 

For jackets, look for single breast options that sit at your natural waist; this will help give you a long lean look. 

Best Bottoms for Round Body Types

Straight or wide-leg pants or jeans work best since they balance your hips and shoulders. The wide-leg will also draw your eye into your waist. 

Look for pants with back or side zips to keep your front smooth; the less detail there, the better. 

Best Dresses for Round Body Types 

The same guidelines for your tops apply to the top of your dresses. For the bottom half, go with an aline or a straight skirt instead of a pencil. Avoid pleats or any fabric or gathering that will create extra volume. 

Remember, these are guidelines.  I can’t reinforce this enough. Everyones body type is unique. Use these recommendations as starting point in dressing well, knowing that you’ll have to make adjustments for your unique needs. 

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How to Dress a Rectangle Body Shape

Last week, we kicked off our How to Dress Your Body Type Series by sharing the mathematical formula you can use to help determine your body type. The feedback from our community has been fantastic, with so many of you sharing your surprising results.

Today, we continue to dive into the topic by breaking down the best tips and recommendations for each body type, starting with the rectangle.

You might also hear a rectangle referred to as “straight.” To fall into the rectangle category, your shoulders and hips are proportionate, with little definition in the waist.

NOTE: Bone structure dictates body type rather than weight and height. Of course, all factors are considered when we get dressed, so these guidelines are just that, guidelines.

For example, I am a rectangle. When I was younger, and at my most fit and thin, I could wear anything. That’s not the case anymore in my 40s, BUT these guidelines help me find the most flattering pieces for my current shape.

Think of it like this: 

Body Type is your bone structure. 

Fit/Size is your proportion; you may be “regular,” petite, tall, or plus. 

Weight is a factor to consider which tends to fluctuate for many of us. 

I encourage you to read about all of the different body types because the more you understand balance and proportion, the easier it will be to get dressed. Also, if you fall in between two body types, you’ll want to learn about both so you can start to find your way between them. 

How to Dress a Rectangle Body Type

 

The main challenge a rectangle faces when getting dressed is her subtle waist. Some “experts” will tell you they lack curves, but I don’t agree. Many rectangles, myself included, have curves. Our challenge then becomes highlighting them in a balanced way which usually comes back to defining our waistline. 

Below, I rounded-up four images of famous rectangles to give you a visual. I included different heights and sizes to show just how diverse each body type can be. 

Famous Rectangle Body Types 


Kate Hudson, Reese Witherspoon, Queen Latifah, and Anne Hathaway are examples of Rectangle body shape

Let’s start with Kate Hudson. She is about 5’6 and the most “typical” of the rectangles with her thin and athletic build. In this picture, her exaggerated v-neckline pulls the eye toward her waist, creating the illusion of a smaller waist.

Next, cute as a button Reese Witherspoon, is a true petite at 5’1. In this outfit, she’s wearing a peplum top with long skinny jeans, which creates both a cinched waist and curve at the hip.

The stunning Queen Latifah is my favorite example because she is tall, 5’10, and considered “plus-size.” Interestingly, people often assume that if you are curvy, you must be an hourglass, but she is an excellent example of a curvy rectangle.

You’ll notice the perfect placement of her blazer button with a strong shoulder. This combination creates a beautiful shape, elongates her neck, and shows off her stature.

Anne Hathaway is also on the tall end of the spectrum at 5’8. I love this unexpected look because it shows the variety of styles a rectangle can wear, especially pieces with asymmetrical detail, texture, and pattern. Her height helps her pull off all of this at once, but you can mimic the general theories she’s combining.

For example, the skirt and blouse create contrast, and her waistband sits at the smallest part of her waist. She’s also wearing a top with an embellished v-neck a go-to trick for rectangles.

Finally, her pointed shoes give an elegant finish to the line of her body.

The Best Styles for a Rectangle Body Type 

For all body types, you want to focus on balance and highlight your favorite features. We have a lot of power in our choices once we know what we’re doing. We can create height and curves if we like, we can downplay what we’re not crazy about, and all that helps us feel a little more confident in how we show up each day. 

In the range of body types, the rectangle as the most options. However, you want to avoid boxy to shapeless clothes, they won’t do anything for you. 

Tops for Rectangle Body Types

Look for scoop or v-neck tops, blouses with collars, and any top with detail around the neckline. 

A strong shoulder in a jacket or blazer will give the illusion of a more defined waist. However, an oversized shoulder or extreme puff sleeve may make us look too broad for the rest of our shape. So if you go with a strong shoulder your waist should be defined too, like the Queen Latifah example above.

Pants for Rectangle Body Types

Whether you’re looking for jeans or traditional trousers, opt for high-waisted bottoms with a straight, boot, or wide leg. You can also pull off a skinny bottom if your top has volume. 

Dresses for Rectangle Body Types

Rectangles have many options when it comes to dresses. Still, your best bet is a fit and flare, a sheath with a defined waist like a seam detail, side ruching, and kind of detail cut asymmetrically, and you can have fun with shoulder detail as long as your waist is fitted.
Do not wear trapeze-style dresses and avoid anything that falls off your shoulders or bust into a straight shape, d

Remember, these are guidelines.  I can’t reinforce this enough. Everyones body type is unique. A full size rectangle with a bust is not going to want to wear the same thing as a petite rectangle with no curves. Use these recommendations as starting point in dressing well, knowing that you’ll have to make adjustments for your unique needs. 

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How to Dress Your Body Type

A series on how to dress your body type has been the overwhelming request from our readership for years, and it took me that long to figure out how to translate it in a way that will make sense for a large audience and add real value to our site. 

Happily, today, I’m kicking off our new series, How to Dress Your Body Type, with an introduction and an exercise to help you figure out your body type for once and for all. 

Before we jump in, it’s important to understand that these are guidelines rather than prescribed rules. Your body type may seem obvious, or you might be more than one. Most women will find themselves somewhere in the middle of two. 

The more you learn about balance and proportion, the easier it will be to dress your body in a way that highlights your favorite features and helps you feel confident. So I encourage you to follow this series for its entirety, because the more you know the better. 

For the sake of keeping this straightforward, I am focusing on five universally agreed-upon body types: Rectangle (sometimes called Straight), Round, Hourglass, Pear (also called Triangle), and Inverted Triangle.  

Every Thursday for the next 5 weeks we will highlight one body type in a comprehensive post. The schedule is as follows:  

Rectangle (see here) 

Round (see here)

Hourglass – June 3rd 

Pear – June 10th 

Inverted Triangle – June 17th

How to Dress Your Body Type

How to Dress Your Body Type

For today’s exercise, I want you to take some time to figure out your body type. Maybe you can tell just by looking at the examples above but we like to be exact around here, so you’ll have to do some math. 

How to Dress Your Body Type Week 1

Take Your Measurements

For this you need a tape measure, and a calculator. 

Shoulders: Start at the tip of one shoulder wrapping the tape all the way around you.

Bust: Pull the measuring tape taut across the fullest part of your bust and around your back. 

Waist: Measure the smallest part of your natural waist, just above the belly button.

Hips: Start at one hip (below the hip bone) and wrap the tape measure around the largest part of your butt.

Dressing well is about creating balance. Below is each body type and the mathematical formula to use to determine where you fall. Knowing this will make getting dressed so much easier. 

Rectangle

How to Dress Your Body Type: Rectangle

A rectangle shape is defined by your shoulders and hips measuring about the same and a waist line with just a little definition. 

Formula: Waist ÷ Shoulders or Bust ≥ .75 

If the number is ≥ .75, than your your waist is less than 25% smaller than your shoulders or bust and you fall in the category of rectangle. 

See How to Dress a Rectangle Body Type Here 

Round

How to Dress Your Body Type: Round

A round shape, also known as an apple shape, is defined as broad shoulders, narrow hips and no defined waist. Your waist is wider than both your shoulders and hips. 

Formula: Waist ÷ Shoulders and Bust ≥ 1.05

If the number is ≥ 1.05 this means your waist is more than 5% bigger than your shoulders or bust and you fall into the round or apple body type. 

See How to Dress a Round Body Type Here 

Hourglass

 

How to Dress Your Body Type: Hourglass

See How to Dress a Hourglass Body Type Here 

An hourglass is the easiest body type to determine because your shoulders and hips are close to/or equal in measurement and you have a very defined waist.  Here you have two formulas: 

Formula 1: waist ÷ shoulders and bust ≤ 0.75 . In this equation, you want to use whichever measures more, either your shoulders or bust. 

If the number is ≤ 0.75 then your waist is 25% smaller than your shoulder or bust

Formula 2: waist ÷ hips ≤ 0.75.Your waist is 25% smaller than your hips

If the number is ≤ 0.75 then your waist is 25% smaller than your hips.

PearHow to Dress Your Body Type: Pear

Pear shape and Triangle are interchangeable. Simply put, your hips are wider than your shoulders, and your shoulder may be on the narrow side. 

Formula: hips ÷ shoulders or bust ≥ 1.05 

If the number is ≥ 1.05 then your hips are 5% bigger than your shoulders then you are considered a pear or triangle shape. 

Inverted Triangle 

How to Dress Your Body Type: Inverted Triangle

You are an Inverted Triangle if your shoulders OR bust are larger than your hips. Typically this evident when you have extra broad shoulders, but you may also fall into this category if you have a large bust and narrow hips.

Formula: shoulders or bust ÷ hips ≥ 1.05 

If the number is ≥ 1.05  then your shoulder or bust is more than 5% bigger than your hips making you an inverted triangle. 

What is YOUR Body Type?

Your challenge this week is to take a few minutes and do the math to see where you fall, and let us know in the comments below, are you clearly on type or do you fall in between two? 


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