Though one of the most common female body types is being fuller on the bottom, women with this shape seem to feel it is next to impossible to dress it. Here, some tips on how to flatter your shape...
1) Go for tops in brighter colours than what you are wearing on the bottom. Now, this doesn't mean you have to wearing screaming pink neon on top to divert attention from your lower half, it just has to be lighter than what you are wearing on your bottom half. Tops with lots of details up top like ruffles, bows, and patterns will do the same trick.
2) Deck yourself out in sparkly/colourful/big accessories up top to bring peoples eyes up and deter attention from your lower half. Earrings, necklaces, scarves, and brooches all work.
3) Don't bother drowning your curvy lower half in baggy pieces in the hopes it will disguise it - it will only make it look larger. Instead, opt for tailored pieces in an A-line style. A-line skirts, dresses, and bootcut flared jeans/pants will be best. One mistake I see women with this body shape make is thinking they can only wear solids on their lower half. It's okay to have fun with prints, a bold colour, or something with lots of details, just make sure whatever you are doing up top is bolder.