Body type: Curvy
You’ll never see Sofia in a chunky sweater or shapeless pants. She is all about wearing fabrics with stretch that hug her curves in the right places. She also knows how to work with proportions so she can show off her assets without looking trashy. If something’s cut low, she balances it with a longer hemline.
Body type: Tall and thin
If you have a straight-up-and-down shape like Kate's, create the illusion of curves with flirty, feminine A-line dresses. The suggestion of an hourglass shape can be made very successfully by choosing a dress with strong shoulders and a belt or ribbon detailing at the waist.
Body type: Bigger on the bottom
At the moment, Queen B’s shape is in flux -- she’s expecting a baby in February. But the mom-to-be is naturally a bit larger on the bottom than the top. If you check out her pre-baby wardrobe, you can see that she deftly chooses pieces with a lot going on up top; embellishment or a deep v-neck will help draw the eye upwards.
Body type: Plus-size
Melissa is so attuned to what looks best for her shape that she’s designing her own line of plus-size clothing. Most often she chooses monochromatic pieces with flattering ¾ or full-length sleeves in classic cuts, adding a standout accessory or hairstyle for punctuation.
Body type: Petite
You might have the impression that Carrie’s legs are a mile long but the songstress is barely 5’3.” She smartly chooses mini-dresses to show off her toned gams and if she does go for a dramatic gown, she’ll make sure it’s in a solid color for maximum elongating.