don't add unnecessary fabrics to the upper body, as this will just exaggerate your shoulders and bust. Go for flared lower garments to balance out your shoulder size and flatter your waist.
the idea is to "create" curves that aren't naturally present, bearing in mind that straight cuts lengthen the body.
Go for pleats and drapes, which are great for hiding bigger stomachs associated with O-shape bodies.
The aim is to balance out the hip/shoulder ratio. Strappy or short-sleeved tops will do the trick.
Hourglass figure's should be shown off! With a noticeable waist, the idea is to balance out the width of the shoulders and hips.
perfectly proportioned! A body shape suited to all styles, particularly mermaid and princess-cut dresses.