The Body Shape You Aspire: Quiz

8 Questions | Total Attempts: 218

Body Shape Quizzes & Trivia

Take this quiz to determine your body shape, and how to make the most out of what you've been blessed with!


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Hourglass

This is known as the ideal body shape. You have an hourglass figure if... Your full hip-line and your full bust-line are the same width and your waist is well defined You most likely have a balanced body vertical body shape Your main style aims are: ...to emphasize your curves, especially your waist, without adding bulk.           What to wear: Fitted and semi-fitted clothes Soft, clingy, flowing fabrics Low to medium-low necklines Dresses with defined waistlines Straight and gently flared trousers Straight and gently flared shirts What NOT to wear:   Stiff, bulky, fabrics Baggy styles High necklines (unless you have a small bust) Skirts with open pleats Very tailored trousers (this emphasises your bum!)

Pear

You have this shape if... Your full bust-line is proportionally narrower than your full hip-line and you have a well defined waist You typically have narrow shoulders You most likely have a balanced body or short legged vertical body shape Your thighs are typically full You may also have a full rounded bottom Your main style aims are... ...to balance your top half to your bottom half by creating the appearance of a wider upper body. What to wear: Accessories and designs to draw attention to your upper body Short-sleeved tops Shoulder pads to broaden your shoulders. This may sound very 80s advice, but they really do work. Medium to high necklines Garments to emphasize your waist Skirts and dresses that are straight or slightly flared Low rise trousers to avoid gaping at the waist Boot-leg and straight fitting trousers   What NOT to wear:   Baggy garments Stiff fabric Garments that add bulk to your hips Hems or design lines at hip-line Open pleats on skirts or trousers Tapered skirts or trousers

Apple

You have an apple body if... You have the overall appearance of being round especially around the waist-line Your waistline is undefined You have a large, low stomach You may have "love handles" Your hips are wide Your upper thighs are full You may also have a full bottom or a flat bottom Your main style aims are... ...to to create the illusion of a longer, inverted triangle body shape. And to draw attention upwards towards your shoulders and face. What to wear: Ear-rings, necklaces and other focal points designed to draw eyes up towards your shoulders and face and away from your stomach Shoulder pads to emphasize your shoulders and make your body more porportioned Semi-fitted and loose fitting clothes to conceal any lumps and bumps in the middle area-clingy clothes are not your friend! Good fitting, well adjusted bras Support underwear/ body-sculpting tights, etc Tops and bottoms in the same colors to elongate the body Low necklines Un-tucked tops Tops and dresses that flow through the waistline Straight flat-fronted trousers/ skirts in soft, flowing fabric High-waisted skirts/ trousers that go in under the narrowest part of your body     What NOT to wear: Clingy fabrics- they stick to all the wrong places! Fitted clothes- loose is best! Fabric with large patterns High necklines- show off your bust to draw attention away from the tummy Belts Tucked-in tops- keep it casual and flowing Pleats Narrow or tapered skirts/ trousers

Rectangle

You have a rectangle body if... Your full bust-line and full hip-line are about the same width and you have little waist definition Your legs and arms will typically be proportionally slender You have a small to medium bust You most likely have a balanced body or long legged vertical body shape You may also have a flat bottom Your main style aims are... ...to add curves! What to wear:   Shoulder pads to emphasize your shoulders. This may sound very 80s advice, but they really do work. However, they should not be too large and definitely shouldn't be visible Semi-fitted clothes If you have firm upper arms, short-sleeves and sleeve-less tops and dresses Medium to high necklines Dresses that wrap or flow through the waistline Straight to gently flared flat-fronted trousers A-line shirts What NOT to wear: Clingy fabrics- this will not help to add the curvy illusion Fitted clothes Low necklines Baggy tops- they will make you look thinner than you already are! Baggy trousers- show off your small pins! Narrow skirts- this will just make your body look narrower than it is, you want hips!
Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    How would you best describe your figure?
    • A. 

      Defined waist, large hips, reasonable sized breasts

    • B. 

      Small bust, large hips, curved middle

    • C. 

      Round middle, large hips, nothing to report breast wise

    • D. 

      Narrow hips, no waist, small bust

  • 2. 
    How are things around your mid-section?
    • A. 

      A trim little middle

    • B. 

      Pretty average- a wee love-handle here and there

    • C. 

      I keep a spare tyre for emergencies

  • 3. 
    How would you describe your upper body?
    • A. 

      Narrow and nimble

    • B. 

      I'd definitely pass on the shoulder pads...

    • C. 

      Pretty average- not a lot to report back

  • 4. 
    Which part of your body would you most like to hide?
    • A. 

      Middle section

    • B. 

      My masculine shoulders

    • C. 

      My hips and thighs

  • 5. 
    Which part of your body should you most accentuate?
    • A. 

      My hips and bust

    • B. 

      My defined waistline

    • C. 

      None-hide it all!

  • 6. 
    How would you describe your derriere area?
    • A. 

      Curvy and toned-bootylicious

    • B. 

      Round and little on the podgey side

    • C. 

      Non-existent- I need a little help

  • 7. 
    How many times do you eat in a day?
    • A. 

      4

    • B. 

      3

    • C. 

      2

    • D. 

      1

  • 8. 
    How much is your waist?
    • A. 

      Thinner than my hips..

    • B. 

      Almost equal to my hips.

    • C. 

      Two third of my hips.

    • D. 

      Thicker than or equal to my hips.

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