How to dress if you have a rectangular body shape?
You should absolutely consider dressing to fit and flatter your body type.
The waist of a rectangular body shape does not curve. It’s just plain and simple boxy. It has the body of SpongeBob Square Pants.
When it comes to clothing ideas, here are some celebrities you can go to for inspiration. You can easily do this by searching for this celebrity on Google Images or by going to Pinterest and searching for them.
Gwyneth Paltrow, like Kate Hudson, is one of them.
How can you know whether your body is rectangular? Is it after you’ve taken your measurements and discovered that your waist measurement is nearly identical to your bust and hip measurements?
There isn’t much of a difference between those two, maybe less than eight inches. And that means you’re boxy.
With this body type, the trick is to define that waist, build a waist, or cheat a waist.
It’s as if you’re pretending to have a waist, and there are a variety of methods to go about it.
You can use a waist belt to define your waist. Obviously, any belt worn around your natural waist will help to define it.
You can wear tailored and fitting jackets with a waist belt around the garment to really highlight a waist.
Dresses featuring a waist belt, ruching, color-blocking, and sometimes a color-block panel in the center.
You might make middle cutouts to define the waist, or anything else to give the impression that your waist is smaller.
Boost the Volume
Another option for creating the illusion of more curves is to add volume to both your upper and lower body.
How are you going to do that?
This is a great trick that I use all the time. You add shoulder-building elements like shoulder pads, puff sleeves, and puff shoulders across the top of your upper torso.
You can also create volume to the lower body by wearing voluminous, flared, or a-line skirts and dresses.
So, by adding volume across the top with shoulder building embellishments and volume across the bottom with those a-line or flared skirts, you’re effectively creating the illusion of an hourglass body shape.
For the rectangular body form, this is the greatest go-to style.
You can add volume to your lower half by wearing boot-cut, flared, or wide-leg pants or jeans, in addition to a-line and flared dresses and skirts.
It achieves the same result, producing the same volume on the lower half.
It doesn’t rule out the possibility of wearing slim jeans. Wearing high-rise jeans is one technique to wear slim pants while still creating a waist.
Plus, if you use the waist belt with the high-rise jeans, you’ll be able to truly create that waist.
The skinny jeans also produce that ice cream cone effect, so it’s going to highlight hips and create more curves for all of you rectangular shapes out there, which is awesome.
Printed pants serve to give your silhouette more dimension and texture. This type of pant is one of my favorites because it’s so lovely and versatile. You are free to wear bright colors. It doesn’t matter if you prefer to keep to a specific color palette.
Another option is to use the inverted triangle shape as a strategy. You’ll look like an inverted triangle if you wear a floor-length dress with a really long, incredibly thin shape.
In theory, you can wear whatever you want. However, there are a few things and outfit styles that you might want to try just for fun, and because there may be things that you wouldn’t think of on your own but that work.
Clothes with Asymmetry
Asymmetrical clothing will break up the image of a long and lean form and provide intrigue to the overall look. A shirt, as well as a skirt, is something you can try.
A dress or skirt can be asymmetric not just in terms of cut, but also in terms of design. It could also be both.
For rectangle body shapes, there are three different sorts of tops to choose from.
A waist that is nipped or belted. These shirts help to offer an hourglass effect by making your waist appear smaller than your other dimensions.
V-necks come in second. They serve to sculpt the top half of the body and draw the eye down to the waist. If you truly want to draw attention to your waist, this is an excellent option. It simply adds a little more form to your figure.
Wrapped shirts come in third place. These shirts are made in such a manner that they help to tighten in your waist and give you an hourglass figure.
Suits for Swimming
Swimsuits are more difficult to wear because it’s impossible to hide your body shape when you’re almost naked. However, there are some styles that will really cater to your body shape and help you achieve the hourglass image.
The first is a cutout swimsuit. This technique can also be used for dresses or shirts, but just having the cutouts helps to create the illusion of an hourglass with the precise positioning of everything.
The second category is prints. As I mentioned in the pants, this adds a lot of depth and creates the impression of a curvier top and bottom.
A triangular top with a high waisted bottom is number three. Wearing the triangle top will help you gain shape, and then wearing the high-waisted bottoms will help you gain a little more curve.
The secret with the rectangular body shape is to define the waist, to create a waste because you don’t have one.
The goal is to provide the appearance of a larger waist, and these are some techniques for doing so. Take advantage of the fact that it’s a really simple thing to do.