Guide On Determining Your Body Shape

Guide On Determining Your Body Shape

Knowing your body shape will help you learn what clothes fit your figure best. When it comes to getting to know your body, look for specific solutions instead of relying just on your intuition and educated guesses. Our team has chosen the five most typical body types and designed a simple guide to assist you in understanding your body type. 

Although each person has a unique body type, form, size, and shape, it is crucial to remember that  every body is gorgeous. You need to take note of four measurements: shoulders, bust, waist, and hips, to determine whether your figure is hourglass-shaped, apple-shaped, pear-shaped, rectangle-shaped, or inverted triangle-shaped.


HourglassA person with an hourglass body shape has a wide-narrow-wide body ratio, which indicates that their waist is smaller than their bust and hips and that their hips and bust are of a similar size. Triangles Opposing is another name for this figure, and it visually resembles an hourglass.


AppleYour body type is described as being similar to an apple if you have broad shoulders, a fuller bust, and a narrow waist. Women with this body type typically have slimmer hips, arms, and legs.


PearYou have a Pear shape, also known as the Triangle, Spoon, or Bell body types, if you have a finely defined waist, wider hips, and a smaller bust.


RectangleYou have a rectangle-shaped body if your bust line is thinner and your hips and shoulders are of a similar width. Less defined curves, particularly in the waist and hip regions, are one of this body type's traits. Rectangle body types are often referred to as Straight and Banana.

Inverted triangle

Inverted triangleYour body type is described as a "inverted triangle" if your shoulders, hips, and waist are all small.

Now that you are aware of your body type, it is important to select the wedding gown that will best complement your figure. Follow our 6 simple steps to choosing the ideal wedding dress, or read our comprehensive guide on selecting a wedding dress.

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