body shape pear

body shape pear


Pear shapes have hips and thighs that are larger than your shoulders and busts.

You have a nicely defined waist.. and,

You have an elegant neck

Pears usually have trouble finding clothes that are large enough in the hip, rear, and thighs but small enough in the waist.

  • Cross over top styles usually flop open due to the smaller bust size and a v-neck will instantly create a better look.
  • How Το Dress Α Pear-Shaped Body?
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    • Learn more about how to dress a pear shaped body
      • for a pear shape, we try to make the upper half of the body look more similar in size to the hips while keeping the waist looking smaller.
      • Balancing the hips and thighs.
      • .Elongating the legs
      • Clothing that fits the waist properly.
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      • Because your hips are a lot wider than your shoulders, emphasizing the shoulders with a ruffle or puffy sleeve, will offer you some balance.
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      • Tips for Dressing Your Body
        • Focus attention upward;
        • Embellish around the neck;
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        • Layers;
        • Go for an A. A-line dresses and tops emphasize the upper body while slimming wider hips characteristic of a pear-shaped body;
        • Wide is good; and,
        • Get a little structure.
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        When you stick with clothes that work with your body’s pear shape, you’re more comfortable because you don’t have to keep adjusting them. You’re more confident because you’re not distracted by your clothes. And you’re happier because you didn’t waste a lot of time and energy trying on clothes that don’t look quite right. What’s not to love about that?

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      • Stripes on top also help to balance out the hips.  I love stripes for pear shapes because it also has embellishments on the shoulders, which creates the illusion of more width in the shoulders.
      • Wear lighter colors or prints on top and darker colors on the bottom.
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      • Wear A-line dresses, skirts, coats and tunics.
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      • Wear cropped cardigans and jackets over longer tunics.
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      • Emphasize your natural waist with belts.
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      • Three-quarter length sleeves
      • and one-shoulder tops all look great on you although with your petite upper body, all sleeve styles look good on you, same with necklines
      • Styling Tips for Plus Size Pear Shapes – Bottoms
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      • Wear jeans and pants that are bootcut kick flare and flaredlegs.  If you are going to wear skinny jeans pair with a longer A-line tunic. Top with a cropped cardigan or jacket  to elongate your legs.  Skirts should also be a-line.  Avoid pencil, straight, and mini skirts.
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      • Go for dark, medium rise jeans with simple stitching and pockets in the back. If you have small knees andcalves, slim fit styles also work well paired with long line tops.
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      • For skirts and dresses, opt for classic A-line shapes that swirl flatteringly around the body. Think flowing, not clinging.
      • To dress a pear body type, look for bottoms that will minimize your lower half:
        • Lightly gathered skirts that skim your body without adding volume. A-line skirts are particularly popular amongst a pear shape body type;
        • Avoid details such as whiskering, bulky pocket and embellishments. Using these will only attract the viewers eye to those parts;
        • Pants that fall straight from the widest part of your hip. Dark-washed, boot-cut, flair or trouser-cut jeans/pants for a pear shaped body;
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          • A-line skirts for example gently skim your hips to smoothen out your bottom half; and,
          • Leverage a neutral palate with darker colors, clean lines and simple stitching.
        • Fit and flare dresses which nip you in at the waist and skim over your hips and thighs also complement your figure.
        • Tools to Make Your Top Half Look Bigger:
          • Gilets;
          • Sequinned tops;
          • Faux fur wraps;
          • Big necklaces;
          • Puffball sleeves;
          • Big earrings;
          • Layering;
          • Slashed necklines; and,
          • Bold print on your top half.
          • empire is fabulous for the pear shape or hour smaller on top hour glass figure.
          • Tops for a Pear Body ShapeWhen dressing a pear body type, look for tops that will help balance your lower half while accentuating your waist. This creates a curvy and feminine silhouette:
            • While shopping in stores or online, look for:
            • Tops which offer volume to the bust paired with a nipped or fitted waist.
            • Look for tops which highlight your top half with off the shoulder, boat-neck tops, wide V or U necks.
            • Structured shoulders, princess or flutter sleeves.
              • Leverage jackets with full or structured shoulders and a nipped-in waist. This draws attention to your bust and further accentuates your naturally curvy shape.
              • Embellishments around the bust and shoulders or bright colours and bold patterns. Not only does this add interest to your outfit, but it also creates a more evenly distributed shape.
              • A cardigan in a fine knit will add lightweight volume. For cooler weather, try jackets that stop just above the hip. Tailored styles work well too, as they emphasise your upper body.
            • Dresses for a Pear Body Shape
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            • A pear body shape is feminine and often curvy, so dresses can be a great choice for this body shape.
              • Detailing and volume on top (and minimal at the bottom) such as bulky embellishments, lace and ruffles at the neckline.
              • Choose dresses that gently taper at the waist and slightly flare out over the hips and thighs. This draws attention to your curves and gives your figure a sexy hourglass shape.
              • Empire dresses with a fitted bodice showcase your smaller waist and bring the eye up away from problem areas.
              • A sexy neckline, such as a halter dress, has a deep neckline that highlights the upper body and draws attention upwards.
              • Boat necks, billowing sleeves help visually broaden the upper torso. Necklines such as strapless, off-the-shoulder, square or cowl-neck as well as long sleeves, cap and puff sleeves instantly create a more balanced silhouette.

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