Bijoux Abiye, Gelinlik
What Is A Pear Body Shape?
By Bijoux | 2020-09-04 15:29:27 | Makaleler |

What Is A Pear Body Shape?

 

So what’s a pear shape anyway?

  • Your waist is wider than your bust
  • You consider yourself to have fuller hips
  • You have narrower shoulders in comparison to your hips
  • You have a fuller rear

 

The pear shaped body is all in the lower part of your body. Your butt and thighs are visually bigger than your upper body. So, make some space for that base, people. Thanks To Kim Kardashian and others, this body is a rage right now. You’re lucky if you’ve naturally got a figure like this or achieved this with workouts.

 

 

  • How To Choose Evening Dress For Pear Body Shape?

 

The advantage with this body type is that you can create an illusion of an hourglass figure if styled correctly. Your shoulders are narrow, and hips are wide.  All you have to do is to strike a balance. Or, wear evening dresses that enhance your lower body, either way, works well.

Oh, the options! Dropped and embellished necklines, open backs, dramatic sleeves, and belted evening dresses will all play up your more slender upper body. A-line styles also look fantastic on you, which goes for skirts too Maxi evening dresses are right up your alley as well. And bonus: They’re super comfy.

 

  • Best Clothes For Pear Shaped Body?

 

Wide legged pants, A-line skirts or dresses with patterned or ruffled tops that add definition to the upper body look great. Skinny jeans with loose tops help create an hourglass illusion. Crop tops, sweetheart, V or deep-V, scoop or boat necks will balance your bottom out.

Experiment with different necklines.

Show off your shoulders.

 

  • What Not To Wear When You Have A Pear Shaped Body?

 

 

Avoid skin fitting tops and loose bottoms evening dresses, unless you prefer the look.Avoid hemlines that reach down to your thighs, however, since these will only make the widest part of your legs look wider. On the flip side, crop tops should be widely avoided for drawing attention to your midsection, which is too close to your hips to be flattering.