Inverted Triangle Shape

Inverted Triangle Shape

If you are inverted triangle you have a larger top half than bottom half.  If you are this shape you have broad shoulders and narrow hips. You are the busty queen. Fitted or body-skimming clothes are great for your figure. Add volume to your lower body with the right skirts, trousers and dresses.

Tips for your body shape:

1. Tops: V-necks and deep round neck fitted tops will make your torso appear slimmer and longer.  Keep your look simple and understated.  Three-quarter length sleeves will draw attention down towards your waist.  Keep details to a minimum on jackets and tops. Shawl collars with flatter the line of your shoulders, and jackets that flare at the hem will give you silhouette balance.

2. Bottoms: A tulip skirt at knee height adds volume to your lower half and will help balance your figure.  A-line skirts also add volume to your hips. You need to draw attention downwards so wear brighter, thicker fabrics on your bottom half. Create the illusion of larger hips with pockets, buttons or other details.

3. Dresses: Try to wear dresses with a scoop or v-neck style neckline. If you have a small waist work on bringing emphasis to it by wearing fitted style dresses and adding a belt around the waist. If you do not, an empire line cut works well.  Strapless is always in and it will look gorgeous on you.

4. Jeans: Hipster jeans will enhance your waistline. Boot-cut or wide-leg pants balance out the upper half.  Utility jeans (also known as cargo jeans) give you balance.  Strategically placed washes or embellishments on the front and back pockets will attract attention to your hips. Lighter washes or fades along the legs and knees will add shape to your thighs.

5. Shoes and Accessories: Chunkier heels in peep-toes or t-bar styles are a definitely yes for you! Leather wrap belts will give you a great hourglass look.