The Best Office Outfit Formula for Every Body Type
No two of us are shaped exactly the same, so here at Who What Wear, we love to celebrate the many different body types of women. And these beautiful differences definitely affect how each of us dresses. After all, there is no shame in being aware of which areas of your body you want to emphasize or minimize. In fact, it tells a lot about a woman if she knows how to dress in a way that shows off her best assets—especially in the workplace. Because what better place is there to feel 100% confident in yourself than in the daily routine of your career?
Keep reading to see which office outfit formula best works for your body type!
To minimize curvier thighs, opt for a midi skirt that will flow away from the tiniest point of your body—your waistline. The pairing of a V-neck blouse will draw the eye away from your full bust area and down toward your cinched waist.
A swing dress easily flows over your midsection and flatters the smallest parts of your body, which are your bust and hips. A cropped blazer on top will add structure and a strong focal point up toward your narrower shoulders.
Odds are you have strong shoulders and a tiny waist. The best way to show off those assets is with a wrap top that will add more curve to your waist, and a pencil skirt to minimize a straighter midsection.
With hips slightly larger than your upper half, draw more attention to the top part of your body with a formfitting top, and culottes that will minimize your hip area.
Lucky for you, appearing taller than you actually are is easier than it looks. Opt for straight-leg trousers that will elongate your legs, paired with a mock turtleneck top that will create a seamless silhouette from top to bottom. We suggest wearing pumps whenever you can because why not?