Struggling to find the perfect summer outfit for your hourglass body shape? Look no further! In this post, I’m going to show you how to create flattering, stylish looks for the summer season that will accentuate your curves and make you feel confident.
Attention hourglass ladies – don’t miss out on this one-of-a-kind fashion guide!
With an hourglass figure, a matching set with a crop top and high waisted bottom with a sliver of skin out. The space between the matching set acts as a draw to bring your eye into the smallest part of your body – your waist. It really cool trick of the eye.
Tank Top / Skirt / Fanny Pack Bag
A good way to bring the eye into the smallest part of your waist is to limit distractions. By matching your bag to your outfit, you allow your waist to shine.
I really love Stoney Clover Lane’s fanny packs because you can either wear them around your chest or you can wear them on your waist.
By wearing them around your waist, you can bring the eye into to smallest part of you making you look slimmer.
Pleated Skirt with Stretch Waist
When you have an hourglass body shape, you want to accentuate your waist with something light weight, especially in the summer.
I love these light summer pleated skirt that has a stretch band around the waist area. It is super comfortable and not clingy way to accentuate your waist without having to add anything heavy.
In the cooler months, I might wear a belt with a skirt like this, but in summer you do not want to anything that will make you sweat more.
Tank Top / Skirt / Mules (Similar)
You can also wear these pleated skirts to work with a tank top and light weight linen blazer.
This skirt has the stretch band at the waist that brings the eye into the smallest part of your waist.
Bodysuit / Skirt / Mules / Blazer (same color blazer) / Bio Ella Tote / Necklace
Skin Tone Shoes
When choosing shoes in the summer time, I like to match them to my skin tone. These shoes are super comfortable comfortable and I have been wearing them nonstop lately.
Also, I have a pair of like Tory Burch sandals that I wear a lot that match my skin tone.
When you have a curvy hourglass frame, wearing a monocrome look can slim you out. This look works because it is in the same color family even with a printed bottom.
Bodysuit / Shorts / Mules / Blazer (same color blazer) / Bio Ella Tote / Necklace
The shorts have a tie at the waist that brings the eye into the waist area.
You can also throw on this beautiful green blazer even though it doesn’t match exactly it’s very similar and it looks really good together.
This blazer is linen and ideal for summer time. You want to find things that are breathable fabrics for summertime, like cotton, linen, and viscose fabric. The shorts are a linen blend and then the top is a cotton stretch both extremely breathable.
I’m taking a tip from the pear shape because I’m a little bit more bottom heavy at the moment. The ruffle top add wideness to my shoulders, balancing out my bottom half and making my waist look a little bit smaller.
By adding some interest to the shoulders with ruffles this will help make your waist look little bit smaller and create a more dramatic hourglass figure.
I recently sewed this top to look similar to the Nap Top from Hill House Home. I love that it is tight on the top and then it flares out at the stomach area. Check out my inspiration here.
I made it so that the tightness on top ends right at my waist helping to bring the eye into the smallest part of me.
The straps are wider enough so that you can cover your bra straps.
Cut Outs at Waist
The cut outs on this romper hit right at the waist and then flares out so that you’re bringing the eye into the waist.
I really love this romper because the cut outs are not crazy. The just show a pop of skin right there at the waist. It’s nice because when it’s hot in summer you’re getting a little bit of extra breeze.
Here is another super cute cut out dress that I got on Amazon. I really love this one. It’s great for spring and summer time since it is cotton and has some cut outs at the waist.