Pick select shirts, coats, and skirts with a defined waistline. If you have an hourglass body, you should choose garments that cinch in at the waist to highlight your curves.
You may also draw attention to your waist by wearing high-waisted jeans or a skirt with a slim-fitting scoop-neck blouse. Make sure the breast area of the top is a good fit.
Don't wear something overly tight or shapeless. Wearing loose, formless garments will make you seem boxy instead than curvaceous. However, if your garments are excessively tight, you may seem uncomfortable, and they may accentuate any problem areas.
Choose a form-fitting, but not too tight, clothing in a supporting fabric like heavy knits, denim, or stretch fabrics to hide any trouble spots.
To accentuate your bust, choose for clothes with a V-neck, scoop-neck, or boat-neck. If you have a bigger breast, you should choose clothes where the neckline produces an angle or a curve, whether you want to show off your bust or make your appearance more modest.
Avoid anything that has excess material in the hips or breast. Ruffles and pleats should be avoided, especially around the hips and waist. Adding volume to these regions will make you seem much heavier and more out of proportion with the rest of your body,
Belts are a great way to highlight your waistline. Wearing a belt with a loose-fitting dress, top, or jacket can draw attention to your waist. A chic slim belt over a flowing dress is one option, while a daring broad belt over a chic trench coat is another.
Put on some underwear that fits you well and provides support. It is particularly crucial to wear underwear that fits properly and provides enough support if you have a curvaceous physique.