This video provides tips and tricks on how to dress a pear body shape.
The presenter, Bella, mentions that many women have a pear body type, which is characterized by narrower shoulders and wider hips, and gives examples of celebrities with this body type, such as Jennifer Lopez and Rihanna.
The purpose of the video is to teach viewers how to properly dress a pear body shape.
Bella emphasizes the importance of adding width and volume to the upper half of the body to balance out the silhouette.
She provides specific recommendations for tops, suggesting wide necklines, off-the-shoulder necklines, and embellished tops to elongate the shoulders and add volume to the upper body.
She advises against narrow necklines and halter tops that can make the hips appear wider.
Bella discusses sleeve options for tops, recommending structured sleeves like puffy sleeves for short sleeve tops to create more volume around the shoulder area. For long sleeve tops, she suggests avoiding structured sleeves and opting for fitted or tapered sleeves to prevent adding unnecessary volume to the hips.
Moving on to bottoms, Bella advises wearing styles that showcase the curves without exaggerating them.
For jeans, she discourages ultra skinny jeans and suggests high-waisted relaxed jeans, cigarette or straight cut, flared cut, and high-rise jeans as flattering options. She also recommends culottes, boot cut pants, and palazzo pants as great choices for pants.
When it comes to skirts, Bella advises avoiding tight skirts and opting for looser fitting options such as A-line, pleated, and bias skirts. She suggests avoiding low-rise shorts and instead choosing relaxed fit, high-waisted shorts with a tie around the waist.
Bella also provides recommendations for dresses, mentioning A-line dresses, wrap dresses, and tulip dresses as styles that highlight natural curves and are flattering for pear body shapes.
Bella briefly touches upon jacket choices, recommending jackets that are longer in length and have detailing around the shoulders and upper half of the body. She suggests options such as long blazers, crop jackets, and trapeze coats.