- You have a defined and elongated waist which makes your legs look shorter when compared
- Your hips are wider than your shoulders
- You carry most of your weight on your thighs or hips
What to Wear
The general idea is to add more volume to your upper body. Ideally, you want to balance the differences between your bust and hips. You can simply accomplish that by wearing colourful tops, or tops with pattern or clutter. Don’t be afraid of jackets with shoulder padding, tops with statement sleeves. Your shoulders and hips will look more balanced.
Your waist tends to be defined so you should make the most out of it, and accentuate your waistline. You can do that by wearing belts, wrap tops or dresses, and fitted lines in general. But be cautious with belts. You don’t want to wear belts that sit on your hips.
As opposed to that, you don’t want to draw much attention to your hips. Steer clear of trousers with patterns, details or pockets o your hip area. Wide or flared leg lines won’t do you justice either. Instead, try to stick to simple one coloured trousers without much detailing.
As for dresses and skirts, stay away from pencil skirts. A-shaped dresses and skirts are your best friends.
Moving on to feet, don’t do things halfway and wear proper high heels. If you don’t feel comfortable walking around in heels, just make sure your shoes don’t go all the way up to your calves. Like for example Uggs.
Celebrities with the Pear Body Shape
To get some styling inspiration you can have a look at these celebrities that rock your body shape!
- Kim Kardashian
- Jennifer Lopez
- Paris Hilton
- Eva Longoria
And that’s it for today! I hope you found this blog post helpful and stay tuned for the other posts in this series!
See you soon!
xoxo, S. V.