Inverted Triangle Shape
The aim is to create balance with the upper and lower body by creating the impression of a wider bottom and drawing attention away from the upper body.
- Use Horizontal lines lower body
- Use Vertical lines upper body
- A draping dress that curves in all the right places (jersey accentuates your shape)
- Dresses that flow through the waist
- A fluting skirt with a flaring hemline to balance top and lower half.
- A draping skirt that gathers on the hips (jersey is great).
- A-line skirts
- A coat with buttons that sit underneath the bust.
- Set in sleeves
- Side shaped garments
- Good fitting bras
- Shape wear that shapes from the bust and finishes at the bottom.
- Flared Pants
- Stiff fabrics
- Emphasizing waist
- Full sleeves
- Big Collar
- Tapered pants
- Chunky knit sweaters
- Double breasted jackets
- Shift dresses
- Polo necks
- High wasted trousers
- Bolero jackets
- Elaborate necklaces
- Shapeless floatie dresses
- Three quarter sleeves or sleeves that finish at the bust line
- Cut away shoulders
- Scooped necklines
- Shoulder pads
Famous Inverted Triangles
Susan Sarandon, Angelina Jolie, Uma Thurman Renee Zellweger, Catharina Zeta Jones
Blog written by Angela Barbagallo, Fashion Stylist
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