Flare pants work well for you. Pairing with a short flared jacket or top will help to define your waist and give you an hourglass look.
Slightly flared pants will help to balance your upper body. A cowl neck top will deemphasize your shoulders while a jacket with a nipped in waist will create an hourglass figure.
When wearing a straight or skinny pant with a simple top, a long trench coat that is buttoned and tied will elongate your body and define your waist. A scarf draped around the outside of the coat brings interest to your face.
A soft, wide collared trench will deemphasize your shoulders and drape nicely to elongate your body. The trench should fall below the knee if you’re tall, above the knee if you’re petite.
A feminine lace top paired with straight or slightly wide pants works well for evening. A classic double breasted trench, with pocket and button details worn closed and belted, will bring interest to your upper body.
A low v-neck dress draws attention to your face while embellishments at the hem give interest and balances your look. A soft classic trench coat worn open with the belt tied will help to define your waist.
Wear a classic double breasted trench coat belted to define your waist. It is best that the length of your dress or skirt fall close to the length of the coat for a balanced look. Play with skirt length to see what feels right.
When wearing a boxy or a-line top, a long necklace or scarf helps to draw attention to your face. A soft trench coat that falls at your skirt length and is worn open, balances your overall look.