How to style A pear-shaped body

Just like one face is different from the other; the body also has unique dimensions. One kind of style cant suit everyone; styling according to the body shape enhances the personality and overall look of the person. The styles go well on a slim body can not go equally better on an hourglass body. There are always little tricks to dress up as per particular body shape, knowledge of these tips not only help with impressive styling but also camouflage imperfections in an unseen way. A pear-shaped body is like pear, where the lower half is voluptuous than the upper body, so basically to align the lower half a few tips can be helpful while styling.

Go with dark colours


One of the best tips for the pear-shaped body is to choose dark color outfits and similiar bottoms to create a distraction. Dark colors break the reflection also scoop the bottom it an appropriate shape that looks symmetrical with the rest of the body. That is the reason why people often look slim in black outfits and similar dark colors. On the contrary light colors expose the body curves in actual measures. The dark color rule only applies to the bottom since the bottom part has to look minimized top-wear can be any color of choice. In dark colors, single color selection is more authentic for a slimmer appearance. Bodycon dresses are better with colors like black maroon or plum or any dark version, simultaneously prints like floral abstract checkered also help with hiding heavy bottom breaking uniformity.

Avoid Ruffles

Ruffles add extra volume to the body & therefore, the already curvaceous body might look more voluminous by choosing heavily ruffled outfits! Avoid wearing attires that have dramatic ruffles on the waist or hip area. Ruffles are trending statement style & can be seen excessively in tops tees dresses & ethnic wear. If you want to follow, the ruffle fashion, choose soft ruffles imperatively on sleeves hem & neck than on the waist
Similarly, the ruffles are not an appropriate style for voluptuous bust either.

Say- No to layering

Selection of layered outfit is certainly not the best way to dress up a pear-shaped body. It may add extra inches to the waist area, turning it bulky. Costumes made up of taffeta fabric, or any stiff material that does not adopt the body shape and straightens is not an excellent option for such body type. Linning should also be a light material to cling well to the body and not stand out. Fabric like georgett chiffon rayon & satin are body hugging fabric and make a pear-shaped body look visibily lithe.

Right size

Right fitting is essential to look yourself extra tight or lose attires can look shabby & impact overall personality. It is assumed to wear well-fitted clothes on a curvaceous body and little loose on extra slim people for a decent look. Fitting must be considered on the point of comfort as well; that body feels light and relaxes, not stretched. Extra clingy clothes can never be a sliming idea, whereas it reveals all the sagginess & bulges in a real way.

Perfect Under Garments

No outfit complete without wearing needful undergarment well it can save from oops moments too. Unfitted improper style of undergarments can affect the overall fitting. Gone are the days when one form of innerwear sufficed, with designer garments a lot to do with finding the right inner clothing. Hipsters with seamless fabric are one of the best ideas for the pear-shaped body since it scrapes side bulges by accumulating the mass inside the material so instantly removes few inches and looks lean. Seemless under garments are best option for a pear shaped body.

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