Natalie's tipsIf your shoulders are in proportion to your hips, and you do not have a defined waist, you’ve got what the fashion industry likes to call a rectangle shape (or column or pencil shape).
The easiest way to learn the types and features of clothes that suit your body shape is to think in terms of proportions rather than in terms of labelling your shape (such as pear, hourglass or rectangles & columns). By knowing your height, weight, bust size and hip-to-shoulder ratio, we can recommend the perfect style of clothes to flatter your assets and balance out your proportions. Fine tune these even more by letting us know what parts of your body you want to reveal or conceal. Discover your correct body shape here.
In the meantime - if you think of yourself as a rectangle, column or pencil you can get a taster below for what clothes styles to buy:
How the others describe your shape:
Trinny & Susannah column description
Tall, shoulder width same as hip width, waist slight, longer legs.
GOK pencil description
Boobs/waist/hips similar measurements, legs longer than torso, legs slender, arms slender, athletic/boyish figure.
However, we think you should ignore the above descriptions and take a fashion leap by discovering your real body shape.