Which Clothes Suit Me?
Is your bust significantly larger than your waist (10"
or more difference)?
Is your waist significantly
narrower (lOll or more
difference) than your hips?
Are your hips 10� or more
wider than your waist?
Do you wear tops that are 1 or
more dress sizes larger than
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Full busted Curvy Pear Apple Boyish
A lightly curved V-neck allows you to show off your fantastic bust without revealing too much.
As the saying goes, if you�۪ve got it, flaunt it! Show off your assets in a daring scooped neckline ��� try Triactol Bust Serum to keep your bust looking its best!
A sweetheart neckline with ruching detail at the centre will give the illusion of a bigger bust.
A traditional V-neck will break up the top half of your body - avoid high or straight-cut necklines.
A cute keyhole neckline is great for enhancing small
busts. If you�۪d love to show more skin but don�۪t feel confident enough, why not try our Triactol Bust Serum?
Support yourself! Choose wired or lightly padded bikini tops, or swimsuits with inbuilt support.Halter necks look great but can put pressure on your neck..
Try something a little different you could wear parts of a contrasting set or go for sexy, cut-out swimsuits for added
Try bikinis with short- style briefs or retro-leg swimsuits. Try contrasting colours; dark briefs and light or patterned tops.
Make the most of great legs with higher cut swimsuits in V or halter necks with hidden support for your middle. Halter neck tankinis work well too!.
Small busts look great in bandeau bikini tops. For swimsuits, go for soft balcony necklines and plenty ofc olour and
A sexy V-neck avoids that ���shelf' look, whilst shoulder detail draws the eyes up and balances the silhouette.
Show hourglass curves off to perfection in a well- fitting wiggle dress with a nipped-in waist
A cute, 50�۪s style frock with a full skirt avoids drawing attention to the hips. Bonus points if it has a detailed neckline!
A knee-length wrap dress creates a balanced silhouette
���just make sure it ties at the side rather than the middle.
An on-trend peplum instantly adds the illusion of curves! A sweetheart neckline is also flattening to a small chest.
Boot cut jeans balance out your figure and avoid you looking ���top heavy�۪.
Show off those great curies in a pair of skinny jeans! Look for dark denim or black.
Boot cut jeans with a slight flare at the bottom will balance out wide hips.
Boot cut jeans flatter your figure. Look for light colours and team with a dark colour on top.
Almost any jeans shape looks great on you ��� why not experiment with wide-leg jeans and stacked wedges?
A classic-cut shirt or top with a V-neck shows off your fantastic d̩colletage whilst 3/4 sleeves keep the look
Show off stunning curves in a fifed jersey top with
a V-neck shape.
Show off your slim top halfin a fitted camisole! Look for one with detail around the neckline which creates the illusion of a fuller bust.
A structured, tailored blouse or jacket creates shape and definition. Busy patterns gloss over problem areas too!
Lucky you! You can get away with high necklines
and loose styles so look out for kaftans and loose
���swing�۪ tops you like.
An A-line skirt keeps the look in proportion - bonus points ifyou wear it on the waist with a belt for added definition!
Your killer curves are perfectly suited to the slimline, sexy shape of a fishtail skirt ��� the little kick flare at the knee or calf keeps the look balanced.
A loose, floaly skirt glosses over problem areas around the hips. Wear it high on the waist for a slimming effect.
A flared shape balances out your figure, whilst ruffles or layers add curves to the lower half of your figure.
Add the illusion of fuller curves with a slightly flared maxi skirt. Even better if it has a busy print such as colourfijl floraIs!
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These suggestions are designed to help you make the most of your figure, but individual body shapes may mean these vary�۪ from person to person.
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