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We’re on a mission to make sure every girl knows how to dress for her body type. Now, we’re dishing the fashion facts every pear-shaped chica needs to know. If you’re rockin’ a bod that’s smaller on the top and larger on the bottom (like a triangle), listen up, 'cause we’re spilling style secrets just for you.

The trick is to create the illusion of balance – since your top half is tinier, pick an attention-grabbing shirt that’ll draw the eyes up. We dig daring colors and prints for extra style sizzle. Leave it loose or choose a top with a cinched waist – just perf with jeans or a skirt.


Polka Dot Peplum Top, $20,

Pear-shaped girls are known to have wider hips, a bigger booty and larger legs – so it totally makes sense that you’re a difference size in jeans than for shirts. Try to find denim that’s made with a little more room in the back, or your waistband will head south. A dark wash bootcut jean is always flattering, and can be dressed up or down with a blouse and a pair of heels.



Modern Supreme Curve Skinny Boot Cut Jeans, $68,

There are some fabulous figure-flattering frocks for pears – the idea is to find a dress with a busy top and a darker, simpler bottom. Grab a belt to cinch your waist and create a hot hourglass shape – instant curves.


Staring at Stars Strapless Navajo Dress, $69,

Pick a pair of pretty pumps to add some pizzazz to any blah ensemble. Avoid shoes with ankle straps, which will cut off your legs and make 'em seem shorter. A nude color elongates your limbs and is totally versatile. Stumbling in stilettos? Wedges are a wonderful way to add some instant height—and still stay stable.


Women’s Mossimo Black Versie Pumps in Natural Patent, $30,

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by Sarah Goldberg | 2/1/2016

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Pear Shapes - What Do Pears Look Like?

Pear-shaped peeps have small upper bodies (narrow shoulders, small bust) and larger lower bodies (shapely waist, full hips and thighs). If you're not sure what a pear-shaped bod looks like, then think of bootylicious celebs like Beyonce Knowles, Jennifer Lopez and Christina Aguilera!

Pear Shapes - What to Wear

Draw attention away from your lower half by doing as Beyonce does and wearing colorful, sparkly, striped, or patterned tops. Accessories like earrings, necklaces, pins, hats and scarves will also draw eyes upwards. When it comes to bottoms, stick to dark colors (they have a slimming effect), A-line skirts and low-rise, boot-cut jeans. And as for shoes, heels can make your legs look longer and leaner, and knee-high boots will cover up your legs if that's what you want.

Pear Shapes - What NOT to Wear

  • Short, tight skirts
  • Pants with side pockets
  • Tapered hems
  • High-waisted pants and jeans
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Pear Body Shape:
A Comprehensive Guide

III. Tops


To optically widen the shoulder and bust areas of the pear body shape, necklines should be wide. Narrow and long necklines tend to do the opposite: they vertically stretch and slim the upper body.

Opt for lower, wider necklines such as square, bateau and Sabrina necklines. Off-shoulder necklines add an extra few inches to your upper body.

Another excellent way to direct the eye upwards and add some volume to the shoulder and bust areas is by adding embellishments.

A cowl collar, for example, bulks up the neckline. Big collars, lace trims and ruffles all add volume to your upper body, thereby balancing it out with the wider hips.

Pear Body Shape Necklines Do's and Don'ts - the concept wardrobe

A selection of flattering neckline styles:

Pear Body Shape Necklines - the concept wardrobe


The right style of the sleeve for a pear-shaped body varies with the length of the sleeve. If the sleeve is short, opt for wide and embellished styles, which will add volume to the upper body. Good options are flutter, bell and batwing sleeves.

For long sleeves, however, the opposite is true: you want to keep the volume around your hips to a minimum. In this case, it is best to let the sleeve taper while at the same time adding volume to the shoulder area. This can be achieved, for instance, through shoulder pads, puff and cap sleeves.

A selection of flattering sleeve styles

Pear Body Shape Sleeves - the concept wardrobe

Shirts, T-Shirts & Other Tops

When selecting tops, choose styles that will help balance the lower body while emphasising the pear body shape's defined waist.

Fitted and nipped tops help accentuate the waist.

Bright colours, bold patterns, details and embellishments around the bust and shoulders will draw attention to the upper body and away from the wider hips. Horizontal stripes are also a good strategy to highlight the upper body.

Tops should not go beyond the hips as this would make the hips appear even wider. Opt for either cropped tops that finish at the waist or tops that end at the hipline. Tucking your shirt into your bottoms helps to accentuate your curvy body shape.

Avoid details, embellishments and pockets around the hips, which would draw attention to this area. Also, steer clear of peplums, ruffles and styles that would add additional volume to the hips.

Pear Body Shape Shirts Do's and Don'ts - the concept wardrobe

A selection of flattering shirt and top styles:

Pear Body Shape Shirts - the concept wardrobe


To flatter the pear shape, opt for shorter jumpers that hit just at the hip bones.

A shorter sweater in a chunkier fabric or a loose fit will create volume on the upper body and balance the wider hips.

Loose, long sweaters that hit mid-thighs are also flattering for the pear body shape.

In terms of prints and patterns, try horizontal stripes that create the illusion of having more width in the right places. The stripes should sit on the neck-, shoulder- or bust-line.

Avoid long, clingy jumpers that hit right across the hips - a line going across the widest point will make the hips appear even wider.

Pear Body Shape Knitwear Do's and Don'ts - the concept wardrobe


Jackets for a pear-shaped body should add volume to the bust and shoulder areas while either avoiding the hip area altogether or skimming over it. A cropped jacket will add structure and volume to the shoulder and bust areas while showing off the slim waist. Hitting mid-thigh, a long jacket will elongate the body, making it appear long and slender whilst hiding the wider hip area.

A wrong jacket for this body shape ends right at the hip, accentuating that area.

Embellishments are great to draw the eye upwards. Pockets or details on the bust and around the neckline (e.g. collars) work well. Avoid details - such as pockets - around the hip area and keep this area clean and uncluttered.

Longer jackets in darker colours will help slim your silhouette down. Cropped jackets may be in brighter colours since they draw attention upwards.

A selection of flattering jacket styles:

Pear Body Shape Jackets - the concept wardrobe


To play down the lower part of the pear-shaped body, a coat has to hit at the right length. Coats that are too short accentuate the wide hip area, and those that are too long overwhelm the body frame. The best coat length sits right under the hips and mid-thigh.

Choose dark colours to make your silhouette appear sleeker and look out for shoulder and bust enhancing details - such as big lapels, wide collars, double-breasted styles and belts in the waist area.

Princess and high waistline coats in an A-line are great; fitted waistline and coachmen coats also look lovely. Trench coats work great for a pear-shaped body. The belt creates proportion between the shoulders and hips, causing them to look less full.

Avoid straight cut and boxy coats, as they will make you look heavy and shapeless.

Pear Body Shape Coats Do's and Don'ts - the concept wardrobe

A selection of flattering coat styles:

Pear Body Shape Coats - the concept wardrobe

17 Seriously Flattering Dresses for Pear-Shaped Bodies

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Do you know your body type? Many women have a pear shape, also known as the triangle shape. If you’re a pear shape, your hips and thighs are wider than your shoulders and chest, somewhat resembling the delicious fruit. Having a pear shape means you have a naturally snatched waistline — yay! — but it also means it can be hard to find dresses that properly show off and flatter your figure.

If you have a pear-shaped body, there are many different styles of dresses you can try. You can’t go wrong with something more fitted at the top and flared at the skirt, like an A-line or fit-and-flare. Meanwhile, something like a shift dress might drape more awkwardly on you. You don’t have to stop there though. You could go for an off-the-shoulder neckline or puff sleeves for a more balanced look, a plunging neckline to draw the attention down to your waist or a totally fitted bodycon style. Wrap dresses, of course, also look fabulous — as they do on everyone!

It’s one thing to talk about what looks work on a pear body type, but it’s another to actually see (and buy) the clothes, so let’s do it! We’ve picked out 17 pieces representing the types of dresses we mentioned above that will flatter a pear shape like no other. Time to shop!

A-Line Dresses

1. Our Absolute Favorite: This YATHON dress is one of the best T-shirt dresses we’ve seen thanks to its A-line fit. It’s something you can wear everywhere!

2. We Also Love: For something a little fancier, this HOMEYEE dress is stunning and has a lovely lace detail at the waist!

Fit-and-Flare Dresses

3. Our Absolute Favorite: This GRACE KARIN dress has a more intense flare effect than an A-line style, and we love its vintage vibes!

4. We Also Love: We adore the look of this Floerns dress for a nice date night!

Puff Sleeve Dresses

5. Our Absolute Favorite: We haven’t been able to get enough of this R.Vivimos dress. We love the contrast of the super puffy sleeves and the shirred bodice!

6. We Also Love: This BB Dakota by Steve Madden dress seriously has the perfect name. It’s called “Instant Love”!

7. We Can’t Forget: This mini SheIn dress is all kinds of cute. Such a summer essential!

Plunging Neckline Dresses

8. Our Absolute Favorite: This BerryGo maxi dress not only has a deep V, but a mostly open back — plus a high slit!

9. We Also Love: With a plunging neckline and handkerchief style sleeves, this KOH KOH dress flatters pear shapes in multiple ways!

Off-the-Shoulder Dresses

10. Our Absolute Favorite: This floral Romwe dress will make you feel like royalty!

11. We Also Love: This Floerns dress is gorgeous and flowy but also stretchy and comfy — and it’s ready to be your figure’s BFF!

12. We Can’t Forget: If you want to wear a shift style, this Milumia dress is the way to go. The neckline and ruffles really help balance your shape out!

Bodycon Dresses

13. Our Absolute Favorite: We recommend this BTFBM bestselling mini dress to seriously everyone. The ruching is major!

14. We Also Love: When you’re going out for a night of dancing and fun, try out this second-skin Topshop dress from Nordstrom and its sleek, satin animal print!

Wrap Dresses

15. Our Absolute Favorite: Wrap dresses are known as the most flattering dress type in the world, and this BTFBM dress showcases the style perfectly!

16. We Also Love: We want to go for high tea in this ZESICA maxi dress!

17. We Can’t Forget: How about a little designer to close out this list? This Tommy Hilfiger dress is perfect for both work and play!

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