To get well-dressed doesn’t depend only from if this accessory goes with this outfit or if this print goes well with this other one…the first thing you have to know before you choose or buy a cloth is what is your morpholgy? It looks insignificant but actually it is the most important question to know what to wear. In this post, we are going to see which cloth to wear with you morphology… Let’s started!!
First and foremost, we are going to determine what is your morphology. It exists 5 different types of morphology for women’s body, let’s see which one is yours.
For the Rectangle: It is a twig silhouette, a tall and slim woman, athletic with a little chest and hips, but your shoulders, waist and hips have a really good symmetry. For you, the best is to banish printed colored clothes which will made you bigger than you are and to favour fluid cuts which will not emphasized the waist.
For the Apple: the apple silhouette is for strong and luscious women, all the body parts are in curves (shoulders,legs,hips..) and the waist is not much emphasized. You have to banish the clothes in stretch which will hug you too much and favour fluid cuts. You can also wear low V or U-necked and straight jackets. You can also wear your scarf falling on each side of your chest to make you look taller.
For the Pear: If your shoulders build is slimmer than your hips, it means that you are in A, like a pyramide. You are narrowed-shoulders but luscious on your hips and buttocks. You have to stress on the top of your body to balance the whole silhouette. Choose low V-necked or low U-necked and on the bottom stay unobtrusive with a straight skirt or a straight trousers.
For the Hourglass: The hourglass silhouette is also considered as the ideal silhouette. You have a very slim waist and your shoulders and hips are perfectly aligned. If you have this silhouette, you are so lucky because you can wear everything you want, so make the most by bringing a touch of madness to your outfit.
For the Inverted Triangle: You have a V silhouette, it means that you are broad-shouldered with a chest and a waist not much emphasized. This kind of silhouette indicates athletic people. You can wear boat, asymmetrical neck and V-neck. You have to run away from shoulder pad jackets and tops with slim straps. On the bottom, you can bring some volume by wearing patterns and printed or for example trapeze skirt.
Voilà! Now you know what kind of silhouette and morphology you have and how to put it forward. I hope you’ve liked this post and if you want to ask some question or just tell us what did you think about, don’t hesitate to leave a reply.