A flared blazer that has a nipped in waist will define it and give you a balanced look. It can be worn over a collared shirt which draws the eye to your face. A dark colored skirt will lengthen your lower body.
A hip length blazer will deemphasize your waist. When paired with straight jeans and a simple v-neck top, you create a balanced look. Adding a narrow scarf will bring attention to your face.
Coordinate a collared shirt with a short tailored, high waisted jacket or sweater to emphasize your upper body and define your waist. A simple straight skirt with front seams will lengthen your body.
A waist length blazer with a shawl or larger collar will bring attention to your face. Wear with flare jeans and a short simple top.
A short, structured blazer nipped in at the waist will help to define it. Pair with a top that falls below your hips, try an asymmetric hemline. Complete your look with dark skinny or straight pants.
An a-line trench jacket and a flared top will hide your midsection. Straight or slightly flared dark pants work well for your body.
A double breasted a-line trench that falls at your hips will help to deemphasize your mid-section. Dark color straight pants will lengthen your lower body.
Wear your a-line trench jacket buttoned and belted to define your waist. An asymmetric draped skirt adds movement and interest to your body.
A wrap dress will help to define your waist. Try color blocking to give you a slimmer look. A double breasted a-line trench complements this outfit.
When you wear your a-line trench jacket open, it will complement a wrapped top. Both pieces will deemphasize your mid-section. Straight or slightly flared pants balance the look.
An a-line double breasted trench can be worn with a dark belt to define your waist. Wear a skirt or pants in a similar tone as the trench for a cohesive look.