Apple? Apple shapes often have great busts and legs so work with that. A V-neck top or an A-line dress can look fabulous and draw the eye in there, instead of your mid-section. Steer clear of tops that hug your mid-section and wide belts as they will emphasize that area; cuts that flow from under your bust will look best. And show those pins off by including a smart pair of shorts and a heel for length.
Pear? Drawing attention to your upper half can be a lot of fun; look for tops with embellishments or layer tops, jackets and accessories. Wide or bell bottom sleeves are on trend and are also great for your shape. You can choose from a wide range of necklines - anything that appears to widen your shoulders will balance out your bottom half.
Hourglass? Avoid any bulk and go for form fitting options. A wrap dress or tailored blouse will flatter your shape. Look for slim necklines as this will accentuate your narrow waist. On the bottom you can opt for a classic pencil, A-line or even play with a full circle skirt because they either hug or hang off your hips without any bulk. You look fab in high-waist bottoms but stay away from anything sitting on your hips at it will make them look wider.
Rectangle? If your shape is straight up and down you may want to create the illusion of a waist, so choose lower or wider necklines with embellishments and for bottoms find low to mid-waist options. Pieces that have details around your décolletage or your hips will give you the appearance of curves. Or embrace your straight line and go for a shift dress.
Well-endowed? Mixing and match prints that come from the same colour palette, but switch up the pattern size to stop it from looking over the top. A v-neckline with a slim scarf draped in front can be an ideal combo.