Shape Report: Fall 2017 Tips To Find Your Fit

We know style only goes so far, and fit is what takes your outfit the rest of the way! For this reason, we created The Shape Report to help find the looks that flatter your specific shape. We combined the hottest looks for this season, with tried-and-true fit tips to help you closet smartly. Read on for tips you might find helpful, but remember, there are no fashion rules, and we encourage you to find the things that make you feel your best!

Body Type: Column
(bust, waist, hips are a similar size)

Melissa McCarthy Seven7 Front Pocket Jean in Apollo Wash

Tip: To add a little dimension to your up-and-down shape, try a flare jean. Both on trend and flattering  For more looks perfect for your shape, check out the column shape collection.

Body Type: Hourglass
(Bust and hips are similar in size, with a defined waist)

Ellen Tracy Short Sleeve Fit and Flare Dress in Ink

Tip: For a twist on the classic fit & flare, try one with a drop waist. Particularly, one that fits a little closer to the body, this will show off your hourglass shape in a new and exciting way. For more looks perfect for your shape, check out the hourglass shape collection.

Body Type: Triangle
(Bust is narrower than hips, with a defined waist)

Vince Camuto Foulard Border Print Blouse

Tip: To balance out your shape, try a top with a bit of volume – you can pull off a boxy top! On you, it’s chic and timeless. For more looks perfect for your shape, check out the triangle shape collection.

Body Type: Oval
(Bust and hips are a similar size with a full waist)

Leota Madison Dress in Foliage Print

Tip: try a dress with ruching that hits the smallest part of you, right under the bust. For more looks perfect for your shape, check out the oval shape collection.

Body Type: Inverted Triangle
(Bust is fuller than hips, with a defined waist)

City Chic Garden Party Skirt

Tip: To create balance in your shape, try a skirt with a lot of volume. Bonus tip! Adding a pattern at the fullest part of the skirt exaggerates the proportion even further. For more looks perfect for your shape, check out the  inverted triangle collection.

Body Type: Petite
(5’4″ and under)

Robbie Bee Navy Lace Dress with Bell Sleeves

Tip:  Being petite doesn’t mean you can’t play with volume! Try a statement sleeve for some drama. The key here is to keep the rest of the proportions clean – a shorter hemline and a neutral neckline. For more looks perfect for your shape, check out the short styles collection.

Body Type: Tall
(5’9″ and taller)

Society+ Chicest Vest in Hunter Green

Tip: To play with your height, try an elongated vest – the length enhances your natural long lines. For more looks perfect for your shape, check out the tall styles collection.

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