A lot of people say A-line skirts look good... but to me they're not that flattering on an hourglass. People also say to cinch the waist with a belt but to me belts look bad on hourglass shapes, I actually think it makes their waist look bulkier - think about it, they're adding something there. However on people with a more rectangular shape, a belt works wonders there.
So besides a v neck (if your bust is a C cup or bigger) and tight dress/skirts/clothes, I can't think of anything else that works besides diagonal lines on things.
mini pleated skirts (like lots of pleats)
no deep cuts that show off too much cleavage because it looks trashy on C cups and over
no vintage styles usually
no frills, especially ones that go horizontally on skirts - does absolutely nothing for ya
no high neck tops
I duno, I like my figure but I'm really bored of what I can do with it. Seems like the same sh*t. I feel like clothing stores are barely making clothes for hourglasses, they're coming up with really nice ones for more rectangular figures and flat chests. I love the styles they can wear but I'd look stupid with it on. Argh, I'm going through one of those clothing frustration moments where I want to chuck everything away and start again.
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How about maxi dresses? Avoid belts, right...with a frilly tiop shawl type covering, maybe chiffon in hot weather, just to break up the silhouette.
Loose fitting slacks, not skinny jeans!1