A trapeze dress is a good shape. Play with lighter colors, prints and pleats on the lower body to create balance.
A trapeze dress with detail on the bottom of the flared skirt will give you a balanced look.
The inverted v shape will work for your body well. Choose v-necklines to bring attention to your face and create balance.
The inverted v shape will balance best with v-necklines to help deemphasize your upper body.
The bubble dress will work if the waist is defined.
A cocoon dress with a v-neckline, gathers at the hip and a straight skirt will work for you.
To make a cocoon dress work for you, keep the bottom straight and put volume at the waist and upper hip. A v-neck or scoop neck will help to balance your look.
A trumpet dress with a v-neck or cowl neck will draw attention to your face. Having some gathers at the side will define your waist and deemphasize your midsection.
The flare at the hem of a trumpet dress draws attention to your legs. It would be better if the skirt were straight to elongate your lower body.
A dress with an a-line top that tapers to the waist and has some fullness to the hips will complement your lower body. A straight skirt helps to lengthen your body.
The fullness of this skirt found in this asymmetric dress, adds interest to your lower body.
The asymmetric dress could create a good illusion, play with diagonal lines on top to give you shape.
An asymmetric dress with a tapered waist and fuller skirt will create balance and flatter your figure.