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Body Shape Do's & Don'ts

Uncover what works best for your figure, maximizing your confidence and flattering your unique features. You can choose your body shape upon purchase.

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Choose your body shape

Upon payment, you'll immediately be able to download your guide and receive it in your email.

If you're not sure what your body shape is

Finding your body shape can help you choose clothes that flatter your figure and give you more confidence in your style. Here's how to find out your body shape:

Measure Your Bust, Waist, and Hips:

Bust: Measure around the fullest part of your chest.

Waist: Measure around the narrowest part of your waist, usually just above your belly button.

Hips: Measure around the widest part of your hips.

Compare Your Measurements:

Hourglass: If your bust and hip measurements are about the same, and you have a defined waist that is smaller than both, you likely have an hourglass shape.

Pear: If your hips are wider than your bust and your waist is defined, you may have a pear shape.

Apple: If your bust is larger than your hips and your waist isn't well-defined, you may have an apple shape.

Rectangle: If your bust, waist, and hip measurements are similar with little definition, you may have a rectangle shape.

Inverted Triangle: If your bust is larger than your hips and your waist and hips are narrower, you may have an inverted triangle shape.

Consider Your Proportions:

Think about the proportions of your upper and lower body. For instance, some people may have longer legs compared to their torso, or vice versa.