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Dress with confidence
Long legs, peachy bums and bodacious boobs.
We love them ALL.
Dressing for your shape is all about positivity for us. It’s not about right and wrong. It’s all about you.
What makes you feel most confident?
Dial that up. Volume all the way to 100. And you’ll look utterly irresistible.
The only problem is, sometimes when you’re shopping online it’s hard to know how that garment will look on you.
So we thought we’d put together a handy lil guide with some tips on how celebs dress for their particular shape.
Take it or leave it. These are tips, not rules. As we’ve said before, the best dressed in the room is always the person feeling completely 100% themselves and absolutely rocking it.
P.S. Are we missing your size? Please send us a message and we’ll do some scouting for you!
Straight up ‘n down
Is your waist measurement not too different to your bust or hips? Then you can have so much fun with your shape.
Imagine your body like the MAFS finale. It’s all about adding the drama. If you’re in, voluminous pieces are the place to start.
Colour blocking is also a cute way to break up your shape. Or you can also have a play with waist-defining pieces. A cinched jacked or waist belt is fun here.
*cough* like our Off-White transparent belt *cough*
Your celeb muses: Taylor Swift, Simone Charles and Cameron Diaz.
Hips don’t lie
OK Kim K! We see you with your big hips and booty. You’ve got a lotta people pretty jealous of you and your peach.
Let’s be honest, we love that peach of yours. To show off the booty, opt for pants that fit snugly at your waistline and really grab your curves.
Our Alexander Wang leggings were made for juicy bums. Slip into these and they’ll hate to see you leave, but love to watch you walk away.
If you want to create a bit of balance, a printed top should be your go-to. Or, to streamline your shape, stick to one colour palette.
Celeb muses: Georgina Burke, Martha Kalifatidis, Kate Wasley.
Itty bitty waist
If your shoulders and waist are about the same measurements but you’ve got a slimmer waist, you’re a classic hourglass, honey!
Curves like yours deserve some serious hugging. If you feel like wearing something baggy, by all means go for it. But pieces that cling to your body will always create a dynamic silhouette.
High waisted pants and pencil skirts make great wardrobe staples.
And our Dion Lee twisted ribbed dress? To-die-for on you.
Celeb muses: Ashley Graham, Jada Sezer, Sonny Turner and Brielle Anyea.
Leggy and booby
You’ve got the bigger boobs. You’ve got the bigger tum. And you’ve got the pins straight off the VS runway.
It’s time to flaunt your fave bits, whatever they might be.
To create balance between your upper and lower half, wear bright coloured skirts or pants.
And – go on, we dare you – show off your boobs with a plunging deep V neckline.
If you’re self-conscious about your tum, why not play up your shoulders with capped sleeves or shoulder pads?
For en vogue shoulder detailing, our size medium Lacquan Smith mini dress should be top of your list. With this dress, you can’t help but ooze confidence and seriously own the space around you. It’s an infectious kinda vibe.
Celeb muse: Stephanie Yeboah, Christina Hendricks, Drew Barrymore.
If your shoulders and bust are wider than your hips, then doll, you’ve got an enviable frame.
Fitted jackets will accentuate your shoulders or you can show off your defined decolletage with halter necks, off-the-shoulder styles and strapless tops and dresses.
Bottom half? The choice is yours. Elongate your legs with a midi-length skirt or, if you’re comfortable, high leg split styles will also show off your other curves!
The outfit of your dreams is our Alex Perry A-line dress. The voluminous flared skirt balances your frame for some serious silhouette drama.
Celeb muse: Renee Zellweger, Pamela Anderson