You are straight up and down and have balanced shoulders and hips with an undefined waist.
Being one of the most common body shapes, the key to dressing your sporty, H-shaped figure is to opt for flared silhouettes that cinch at the waist. By using volume in the upper and lower body, you can create a curvy, feminine shape.
When choosing shirts, play with proportion by going for styles with asymmetric, dipped or handkerchief hems. Swap plunging, tight-fitting necklines for designs with breast pockets, front pleats and ruffle details to give your bust a little boost.
When it comes to jackets, designs with an A-line cut, tie belts or peplum silhouettes would sculpt a waist and complement your straight figure best.
Flowing, wide-leg trousers would look great on you,