RECT­AN­GU­LAR SHAPES

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Straighter and of­ten lack ob­vi­ous curves.

To cre­ate more bal­ance for this type of shape, try a maxi wrap dress, which will ex­ag­ger­ate your shoul­ders and hips, with tie-waist de­tail cre­at­ing a more fem­i­nine fig­ure. Frills and ruf­fles add a fem­i­nine touch.

NAVY & OR­ANGE FLO­RAL MAXI DRESS, R675, Tru­worths While you should stay away from baggy or shape­less pieces, a shift dress is the one ex­cep­tion to the rule, thanks to its clean lines and tai­lor­ing. The shift dress sits well, whether you have a small bust or flat bot­tom, and shows off your great legs.

TROP­I­CAL PINK, LILAC & CREAM SHIFT DRESS, R899, For­ever New An asym­met­ri­cal style and state­ment frill are ideal for rect­an­gu­lar fig­ures. Ruf­fles add vol­ume and in­ter­est to the up­per body as they draw at­ten­tion to that area and cre­ate a balanced sil­hou­ette.

CHAR­TREUSE ASYM­MET­RI­CAL BODY CON DRESS, R129.99, MRP | ROSEGOLD STILETTO SAN­DALS, R229.99, MRP | GOLD DROP EAR­RINGS, R149, Ac­ces­sorize | GOLD STRETCH BRACELETS, R130, Queenspark

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