Dressing for your body type can be a challenge, but with the right knowledge and a few tricks, you can flatter your figure and feel confident in any outfit. In this article we will talk about some of the body types, and how to wear an Irish cardigan for each one. We chose this piece because it’s comfortable and timeless so we wanted to make it stylish for everyone as well. All you need to do is have an idea of what type of body you have and look for an Irish Knit Cardigan, we will tell you everything else. Don’t forget that all bodies are amazing, and these style tips are meant to make you feel more comfortable with yourself.
If you have an hourglass figure, you have a well-proportioned body with a defined waistline. To show off your curves while still looking classy, pair your Irish cardigan with a form-fitting dress or a high-waisted skirt. This will highlight your waistline and create a flattering silhouette. Choose a cardigan with a V-neckline to make your neck look longer and draw attention to your collarbone. Finish the look with a pair of high heels or ankle boots to draw attention to your legs as well.
You may be wondering what an apple-shaped figure is, well, it means that you carry your weight in the middle, at the waistline. To balance out your proportions, opt for an Irish cardigan that hits at your hips instead of your waist. This will create a vertical line that draws the eye away from your midsection. Layer your cardigan over a simple blouse or t-shirt, and pair it with dark-wash jeans or leggings. Accessorize this outfit with some bold earrings, a necklace, or a scarf in order to draw attention to your face.
All these fruit-shaped names got us hungry… This next one is for the ones who have a smaller upper body and carry more weight in their hips and thighs. To accentuate your upper body and balance out your proportions, pair your Irish cardigan with a top that draws attention to your shoulders, such as a ruffle blouse. Choose a cardigan that is fitted at the waist and flares out at the hips to create a flattering silhouette. Pair it with dark-wash jeans or some smart trousers for a more professional look. Finish the look with a pair of statement earrings or a bold lip to draw attention to your upper body. The shoes can be anything from sneakers to high heels, depending on how casual you want this look to be.
If you have a balanced silhouette with a little definition in your waistline, that means your body type is straight-shaped. To create the illusion of curves, choose an Irish cardigan with a belt or a cinched waist. This will create a focal point at your waistline and create a flattering shape. Pair it with a flowing skirt or a pair of wide-leg pants to add movement to your outfit. Accessorize with some subtle jewelry and add a pair of heels to also make your legs look longer.