Each of us has a different body type, and Kpop celebrities are no exception. The most common body types can be categorized into 4: apple, pear, ruler, and hourglass. Let’s look at some tips on how to dress according to some Korean fashionistas!
1. Apple body type
A person with an apple body type usually has a wide torso, broad shoulders, an average to fuller bust, and an undefined waist.
For those with this body type, it is recommended to were a simple dark or neutral tone on the top with a patterned bottom. The idea is to bring the gazer’s attention to the lower half of your body than the top!
2. Pear body type
A person with a pear body type usually has a well-defined waist, your shoulders are proportionately more narrow than your hip and carry most of their weight in their thighs, hip, and bottom.
For those with this body type, it is recommended to wear a colorful off-shoulder top or one with frills and ruffles. The idea is to accentuate the top to take the attention away from the bottom of the body. An A-line dress also compliments this body type very well!
3. Ruler body type
A person with a ruler body type usually has a waist that is not well defined and have the same measurements for their waist, bust, and hip. A lot of models tend to have this body type!
For those with this body type, it is recommended to wear a V neck top or dress with a belted waist in addition to pants that are slightly flared with a wide waistband. The idea is to create an illusion of curves to your straight body type.
4. Hourglass body type
A person with an hourglass body type usually has a defined waist, their upper body is proportionate to their legs and their bust and hips are well balanced.
For those with this body type, it is recommended to wear form-fitting tops or wrap style dresses, in addition to most bottoms. Lucky you! It’s important to accentuate your waist as it shows off your well-proportioned body type.
*Extra tip for those who may think they have a chubby face!
Remember sunglasses, hats, and earrings are your friends! The idea is to bring the gaze away from your face and to the accessory that you are sporting.