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  1. Jeanine says:

    How to tell my body type, which is triangle

  2. rochelle haynes says:

    I learned that For oval body shapes, the waist measurement is larger than the bust and hip numbers. This is a very common body shape – if you have it, add some definition to your body by wearing structured and belted tops or jackets and dresses that help you emphasize a natural waist. Tops that highlight the thin area just below your bust will add instant definition.

  3. Angela W says:

    I took my measurements and I found out that I have an hourglass shape and I how I wear my clothes to flatter that shape is important.

  4. Heather in VA says:

    I learned that I’m probably an oval but I have to take proper measurements to be sure.


  5. Twitter:
    I learned that I am more of a rectangle shape. I also learned that once you know your shape, it’s easy to understand which areas to highlight and which you might not want to!


  6. Twitter:
    I learned that you should take your measurements every few months.
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  7. Andrea Darst says:


    Twitter:
    I learned I’m a rectangle shape and A-line dresses work best for my body!

  8. tammy shelton says:

    I learned that there are different body shapes and mine is hourglass.


  9. Twitter:
    I learned that i’m a triangle shape !:)

    Thanks so much! xoxoxo

  10. Marti Tabora says:

    I learned that you should pair bold and bright colors with a more neutral color, I never do so I probably look like a clown. Thank you.

  11. Jennifer Herman says:

    I learned that once you know your body type, it’s easy to understand which areas to highlight!


  12. Twitter:
    I learned that body shape really matters for clothes shopping.

  13. Robin W says:

    Learned how to properly take my measurements and learn my body type so I can easily find better fitting clothes that look more flattering on me.

  14. I learned that I’m a triangle shape because I have somewhat narrow shoulders. I always thought I was an hourglass because I’m so busty. (PS-Love the animal print top on you!)

  15. Alice F says:

    I had no idea there so many different body types! Also, I the first step in determining body type is to start with your body’s measurements.

  16. Andrea Williams says:

    I learned how to measure my body properly and that I should wear more bright solids and prints.

  17. Alison Gibb says:


    Twitter:
    I learned that once you know your body type, it’s easy to understand which areas to highlight and which you might want to play down a bit.


  18. Twitter:
    Wearing dark pants or skirts and bright and/or printed tops, will draw the eye up from my big backside up to my top. I’m a triangle more than an hourglass.
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  19. Dawn Monroe says:

    I learned that an A-line dress would flatter my shape.

  20. Francine Anchondo says:

    hourglass means that your bust and hips are bigger then your waist.

  21. I am a triangle 🙂

  22. Sara Theissen says:

    I learned that I’m an oval shape, and I can add some definition to my body by wearing structured and belted tops or jackets and dresses that help emphasize a natural waist.

  23. Alona Y says:

    I learned that I am closest to a triangle shape and should wear bright tops and dark bottoms.

  24. chris z says:

    i learned how to take measurements

  25. Soha MOlina says:

    Triangle
    If your hip measurement is considerably larger than your waist and bust measurements, and your shoulders appear more narrow than your hips, your body type is considered a triangle. Highlight your narrow upper body with colorful or printed blouses that draw the eye upward and downplay wider hips with straight-cut or wide-leg pants.

  26. Michelle C says:

    I learned that to downplay the curves of an hour glass type, you can wear monochromatic outfits.

  27. Seyma Shabbir says:

    The first thing you should do is to take your measurements and determine body shape, I am an hourglass.

  28. Cristy Ridey says:

    I discovered I have an hourglass figure.

  29. AlexisB says:

    I had no idea there were so many different body types/shapes! I think I’m an oval.

  30. I really like how the longer pink shirt with the tie looks on you! Very lovely.
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  31. Twitter:
    I learned that in order to mix patterns, you just have to stay in the same color family. Sounds easy enough!

  32. Hannah Avery says:

    i learned that your measurements can diagnose your body shape!

  33. Laura G says:

    I learned that different patterns work for different body shapes.

  34. Julie L says:

    I learned that I’m an hourglass shape! I was surprised to hear that!

  35. I learned the right way to measure my waistline.

  36. Emily Endrizzi says:

    I learned that I am rectangular shaped.

  37. heather e.g. kaufman says:

    I learned that I am an inverted triangle. I have never even heard of this shape.

  38. Tania Brock says:


    Twitter:
    I learned that I am more of a rectangle shape. I really needed to learn some of the things that this website has to offer..

  39. Tish Wilson says:

    I learned that I am an hourglass shape. I also never heard of the way they demonstrate to measure your waist, but I will be trying it.

  40. M.Clark says:

    I learned that knowing your body’s shape is the perfect foundation for dressing well and choosing clothes that flatter.


  41. Twitter:
    I learned how to identify my own body shape.
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  42. Dandi D says:

    I learned how to correctly identify my body shape and make good clothing choices.

  43. Kirsten Payne says:

    Thanks so much I learned a ton of new stuff

  44. Amanda Lea says:


    Twitter:
    I learned how to take proper measurements and that I am pear shaped.

  45. Amanda Lea says:


    Twitter:
    whoops meant hourglass on my comment 🙂

  46. amy rouse says:


    Twitter:
    Women with inverted triangle body shapes will have larger bust measurements than their waist and hip numbers, and visually their bodies will appear more narrow at the hips than the shoulders. <<< that's me!

  47. i am just a plain ol rectangle!!! lol

  48. Paol Trenny says:

    I learned that I might be a hourglass but not sure because I am 50 pounds overweight. It is hard to find clothes that fits me nevertheless works well with my body shape. But, I like the simplicity that Monroe and Main have done to finding your body shape.

  49. Melinda Stephens says:

    I learned that if you have an inverted triangle shape, you can look good in sheath dresses.

  50. Katherine Riley says:

    I learned there are 5 body shapes and I am an hourglass.

  51. Wendy R. says:

    Love the pink top on you!

    I found that for shapewear, a body briefer would be best for me. I am also an hourglass shape.

  52. Danielle says:

    Apparently I’m a rectangle — how unglamorous! Interesting that I’ve always found empire waisted dresses to be the most flattering on me but they aren’t even mentioned here for rectangles!


  53. Twitter:
    I learned that by body is rectangle shaped
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  54. Claire Rheinheimer says:

    I’m trying to figure out what my figure is, I thought I could just look at the pics and pick one. Nope, I’m going to have to actually measure to see. How interesting!

  55. Michele P says:

    I am pretty sure I am an oval body shape, and according to the infographic I should add some definition to my body by wearing structured and belted tops or jackets and dresses that help me emphasize a natural waist.

  56. Beth Hill says:

    I learned that I am just barely an hourglass, but I feel more like a rectangle. I like to wear belted dresses or elastic waist to create a more defined waistline.

  57. I love those blouses! So pretty! I learned that, while I am still an hourglass shape, the ratio between my waist and hips is ever lessening. One of these days, I will be a rectangle! But when that happens, I will be happy because I’ll know how to dress, thanks to guides like the one at Monroe and Main!
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  58. Ellen Casper says:

    I learned that I’m a hourglass shape and should wear bold colors and prints to accentuate my assets.


  59. Twitter:
    I learned how to properly measure to find my body type which is hourglass.
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  60. Cindy B says:

    I learned that according to their infographic my body type is a triangle.

  61. Hourglass body shapes are defined by a waist that’s smaller than both the bust and hips. You have an hourglass body shape if your bust and hips are visually wider and similar in measurements, and if your waist measurement is smaller than the other two.

  62. sarah issac says:

    I learned I am an oval

  63. Laura Ari says:

    I learned I am an hourglass figure.

  64. DeAnna Keller says:


    Twitter:
    I took my measurements and learned I am hourglass figure.

  65. jeanette sheets says:


    Twitter:
    ive learned how to properly measure myself


  66. Twitter:
    I learned how to tell my wife’s body shape. I also learned that there are very flattering ways to dress all body types.

  67. Holly S. says:

    I learned that I’m an hourglass, but I sure could use some new shapewear!

  68. Nicole Carter (Weasley) says:

    It says I’m a rectangle type, good to know!

  69. “It’s a good idea to take your measurements every few months anyway – our bodies are always changing”.
    Sad but true.

  70. I’m so glad there’s no “pear shaped” option. I hate that term!!

  71. crystal gibson says:


    Twitter:
    I learned that I am an oval and need to wear structured or belted jackets and tops to emphasize my waist.

  72. kathy dalton says:


    Twitter:
    I learned that I have an oval shape and need to create my own waistline

  73. I learned that the color or print of the clothing is just as important as the cut of the clothing when you are trying to choose clothing to best flatter your body type.

  74. Christy Peeples DuBois says:

    I have read a post similar to these on Monroe and Mains blog but it wasn’t as detailed but I find it so interesting how different patterns, colors, shapes can influence our overall appearance/look and flatter or not flatter our body shape, and by all means we prefer that they flatter!!
    I am an hourglass body type and would want medium support shapewear. Thanks so much for this great opportunity.

  75. Linda Kish says:

    Your shapewear shouldn’t be restrictive! Make sure you can breathe and move around easily, even in corsets and other strong-control shapewear styles.

  76. Katrina Angele says:

    I learned I am closest to an oval shape.

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