We encourage you to wear anything your heart desires but if you're at all concerned about dressing for your body type, here are a few things to keep in mind when choosing the Ultimate Suit.
Rectangular: Straight Hips and Straight Body Line
Boyfriend Blazer & Wide-Leg Pants
Because you have a pretty streamlined frame, the extra fabric of the boyfriend blazer doesn't add much bulk and flatters your long lines. Adding a wide-leg pant continues the lengthening effect.
Triangular: Shoulders, Bust and Wasit Much Smaller than Hips
Cigarette Pant or Pencil Skirt & Structured, Strong-Shouldered Blazer
If you carry the majority of your weight on your bottom half, balancing it out with a strong-shouldered blazer is always the move. This type of blazer adds to the appeal by accentuating your waist and giving you that hourglass look.
Apple: Full Bust & Waist, Wider Shoulders
Pencil Skirt & Loose Blazer
A pencil skirt and loose blazer highlight your favorite features: your arms and legs. The high-waisted skirt and less-structured cut of the blazer de-emphasize your middle section.
Hourglass: Wide Bust, Narrow Waist and Wide Hips
High Waisted Pant & Tailored Blazer
One word: Tailored
Show off your waist by pairing a tailored blazer with high-waisted, straight or cigarette pants. This will highlight your beautiful curves!
Inverse Triangle: Broader Shoulders & Narrow Waist
Wide-Leg Pant & Fitted Blazer
For you gals with wider shoulders, pair a wide-leg pant with a cropped, fitted blazer to balance our your top and bottom half.