The "H" shape: the H-shaped morphology is characterized by the fact that the hips are not very marked and are aligned with the shoulders. Gwyneth Paltrow is a good example of the H shape. The goal here is to accentuate the body shapes and make them more feminine. The focus here is on push-up bras, and lingerie pieces such as draped shorties or thongs. The draping creates a nice movement by breaking up the rectilinear effect of the body.
The "pear" shape: the "pear" shape is a typically feminine silhouette, with localized curves in the lower part of the body, on the hips, buttocks and thighs. In this case you should wear push-up bras and balconette bras at the top. The best thing is that these bras should be adorned with ribbons or frills to give more volume and restore balance to the lower body. It's precisely the panties that are preferred to the shorts. No more high waist panties!
The "V" shape: the shoulders are broad, the chest is generous, the waist and hips are narrow. Here the goal is to emphasize the chest. For that, it is necessary to wear a V-shaped plunge bra (rather than basket bras, which are U-shaped), they will ensure a better support while emphasizing the cleavage. At the bottom, opt for a thong, or high waist panties to accentuate the pelvis and highlight the curves.
The "hourglass" shape: the "hourglass" type morphology is reasonably well balanced: the shoulders and hips are the same width, and the shapes are well distributed between the lower body and the chest. Here everything is allowed: a balconette bra like a push-up. Prefer indented panties and Italian panties to lengthen the leg.