Just like body types, every posterior comes in a different shape and size. Whether your bottom is flat, round, or heart-shaped, however, most of us look for ways to give our behinds a shapely, perky appearance. But sometimes it can be a bit of a challenge figuring out exactly which styles flatter which rear ends.
In an effort to help you enhance, flatter, and complement your rear, we’ve rounded up the best skinny jeans, pencil skirts, and more that’ll do the trick, whether you're of the flatter variety, rock a Kim Kardashian-level booty, or are a delightfully middle-of-the-road gal.
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Since most cocktail dresses are snug around the hips and butt area, they pack a double-whammy of making your upper body appear smaller while also amplifying your rear. The result: think Kim Kardashian-esque impact on all your curves.
Stella McCartney Open-Back Cutout-Front Dress ($1225)
If you have a wider hip and butt region, pencil skirts help create beautiful curves, as well as flatter and shape your posterior. To make this effect even more pronounced, try pairing a form-fitting pencil skirt with a looser, more casual-fitting blouse. The contrast of the two silhouettes will help your rear stand out in a good way.
It's no secret that skinny jeans hug your butt, which highlights its shape, making it appear uplifted and toned. For those of us with rounder derrières, this is absolutely a positive thing; be sure to reach for a pair in a high-quality denim, which also serves to flatten out and smooth any unwanted curves.
Because trousers typically fall into a straight, sometimes wide-leg, silhouette, at first glance it might seem like classic slacks wouldn't do much for your rear. However, the opposite is true. For ladies with flatter bums, a pair of tailored, well-fitted trousers help give your butt some lift and volume in an incredibly stylish way.
Thakoon Addition Windowpane Check Cropped Trousers ($450)
Zara High Waisted Jacquard Patterned Trousers ($60)
Do you have any tricks for flattering your posterior? Tell us in the comments below!