Off-shoulder tops, pencil dresses, colour blocking through ruffles or bows. Combinations of blazers and jackets with A-line skirts.
Most of us are blessed with this body shape. Standing true to the Indian appearance, the pear shaped body structure of a shapely waist, full hips and thighs are the features of femininity that you possess.
The pear body type, draws attention to the lower half of the body, which can be changed by focusing on the shoulders by trying on off-shoulder tops or formal dresses for women like pencil and A-line ones. You can also bring attention to your shapely waist by wearing formal shirts with darts and tucked in shirts to create a neat look.
Another way to focus on the slender areas of your figure is to create a colour block around your waist or the neckline of the garment you’re wearing. Instead of similar shades, try using contrasting shades of western clothes to create a more impactful impression. Pairing a neutral colour dress with a bright blazer will also add focus to your torso and away from your hip line.
While, pairing formal tops for women with flared A-line skirts would help in creating an illusion of a narrower hip and structured blazers and jackets would help in accentuating the torso.
Below the hip snug tops, peplum tops with flared bottoms, cargo pants and mini-skirts, might not be the perfect choice, if you are trying to divert the attention from your hipline.
We’ve incorporated several styles keeping in mind the most common Indian body shape and the comfort the Indian woman looks for in her workwear. Sleeveless silk blouse, Navy blue pleated A-line dress, White linen shirt, High low linen blouse are some of the styles in our collection which would prove to be an ideal western wear formals for women.
DOS: Off-shoulder tops, pencil, A-line dresses, colour blocking through ruffles or bows. Combinations of blazers and jackets with A-line skirts.
DON'TS: Below the hip snug tops, flared peplum tops, cargo pants and mini-skirts.