this shape has wider shoulders than hips, the sort of body shape you have if you’re an athlete or a model.

As usual the idea is to balance out the body shape so that the waist is more defined and the hips balance the shoulders.

with your upper body you should avoid patterns and wide necklines, and use draping fabrics. Your neckline should be narrow and long. With sleeves, if they’re short they should be fitted, but if they’re long they can widen and flare out to the bottom. Jumpers should be fitted too as you don’t want to add too much bulk to your body.

This top is perfect - soft over the shoulders, the sleeves flow down to a wide pleated bottom and it has a narrow long neckline. £49.99

With your bottom half, it’s good to give it more shape to balance you out. So look to hareem trousers, flares, prints and high waisted trousers to accentuate curves. With shorts you should go wide legged and high waisted too.


  The best jeans!! Stretchy and flared the give you curves in all the right places. £5.00!!!!!!

The perfect jumper - beautiful o sleeves to draw down the eye and a narrow neck. £40.99

 Wide legged trousers in a shiny fabric accentuates the hips. £29.99

The same applies to skirts and dresses. More volume on the bottom to accentuate the waist and hips, so midi dresses/skirts  are good..



lovely flowing dress by traffic people. The pleats give you curves and the neckline slims the upper half £46.50.


Wide legged high waisted shorts also add curves. £39.99.

I hope these tips have been helpful. See you next time!

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