De­signer Nam­rata Jo­shipura re­veals how to make the best of yourour shape.

Cosmopolitan (India) - - FASHION -

1. If you’re ap­ple-shaped:

De­fine your waist and add struc­ture by in­vest­ing in good lin­gerie. Large prints, es­pe­cially placed on prob­lem ar­eas, will draw at­ten­tion to them, and make you look boxy. Pick small pat­terns, in­stead.

2. If you’re pear-shaped:

Fo­cus att­ten­tion up­wards by choos­ing slim, fitt­ted tops and cardi­gans. Lay­er­ing gaar­ments is a great way to bal­ance the peear shape. Keep the hem of pants, skkirts and dresses wide to vis­ually baalance your body. Soft pas­tels will wwork well for you.

3. If you have an hour­glass fig­ure:

The key here is pro­por­tion. Make the best of your tiny waist by en­hanc­ing your shape with a belt over shirts and dresses. You can cre­ate more curves by pro­por­tion­ally adding vol­ume to the up­per and lower body.

4. If you have a straight, boy­ish fig­ure:

The goal here is to add shape. Draped dresses with fem­i­nine pat­terns will cre­ate curves in all the right places. Fem­i­nine fab­rics like chif­fon will also soften your shape. Add body def­i­ni­tion through colour­blocked out­fits.

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