You have the most common body type. Almost half of Australian women have a Rectangle body shape (sometimes called a ruler). This means that your hips and bust are balanced and your waist is not very defined. You probably have a bottom that is more flat
than round. You tend to gain weight in your torso first and then your upper thighs and arms. Your lower legs are always shapely and one of your best assets.
How to Dress a Rectangle Body Shape
The key to dressing a Rectangle body
type is to proportionally dress the top and bottom of your body while enhancing your waist. If you are comfortable doing so, you can wear form fitting clothing (such as a tube-type dress) and create a waist by adding a wide, dark belt. However, to create a
more curvaceous effect add volume (or the illusion of volume) proportionally to your upper and lower body by mixing and matching separates in different colors.