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What will look good on you, according to your body shape? Here are a few tips! Pixabay

New Delhi, October 8, 2017: Picking clothes for this festive season? Dress according to your body shape to get the perfect outfit for a fashionable statement, say experts.

Megha Saxena, Founder and CEO of About the Shape, has decoded fashion for every body shape.


  • Apple shape: Draw focus on arms and legs with outfits that are loose on waist. A-line kurta, deep neckline works best for you. Choose slim, cigarette pants and keep dupatta on side.
  • Pear shape: You should go for an Anarkali top paired up with solid coloured patialas. Clingy outfits and tight bottoms should be avoided.
  • Hourglass shape: You have the curves, and you should flaunt them with Anarkalis, peplum top paired with fitted pants, or flared tops with fit bottom. Avoid ill fitted clothing.
  • Inverted triangle shape: Straight cut tops, wrap tops, split tops with flared or fuller pants and skirts are best for you.

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Rahul Aggarwal, Director, SRS Jewells, also list down some accessories one can add to complete the look.

  • Maangtika: Kundan maangtikas are in rage. The tear droplet gives a very elegant look and you can opt for droplet that matches with your dress. Also in vogue are the Rajasthani Mangtikas with a single circular ornament.
  • Big nose ring: Big nose rings have become a common favourite among women. Don’t want to get nose piercing done? Well, you try many options from the clip on category. (IANS)

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