Flatter Your Figure-Swim Edition

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Hourglass

1. Your bust and shoulders are at the same width as your hips
2. You have a defined waist
3. When gaining weight, the fat usually stores evenly throughout your body
4. Your waist is 8″ to 12″ smaller than the hip or bust measurement

 

 

         

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 Pear

1. You have a well-defined waist
2. Your bust and shoulders are proportionally narrower than your hip-line
3. Your thighs and maybe your butt might be full and rounded
4. Narrow shoulders

 

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 APPLE
1. You carry weight around your mid-section and chest (eg. big bust, protruding tummy).
2. You probably have fabulous legs and boobs (you may be well endowed)
3. Your waistline is undefined or has little waist definition
4. Your hips may be narrow (similar to Inverted Triangle, but your midsection is fuller/wider)
5. You have slim limbs (specifically arms)

 

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1. Your bust and hips are approximately at the same width
2. You have little or no waist definition
3. Your waist measures from 1″ to 8″ smaller than the bust
4. If you gain weight, typically, the pounds would distribute evenly throughout your body frame
5. You have no defined waist
6. The hips tend to have a similar width as the shoulders