1 of 10
IF YOU ARE: BUSTY
Too much cleavage can push the boundaries of good taste. Instead, opt for a cowl neck dress or top that emphasizes the neck – not the bust! – like Mad Men’s Christina Hendricks does in this metallic slim shift.
2 of 10
IF YOU ARE: CURVY & PETITE
masters showing off sexy curves on a petite frame by choosing a body-hugging dress with a tapered hem skirt. – close-to-the-body, belted cuts or bottom prints will help streamline curves and put the focus on the waist.
3 of 10
IF YOU ARE: BOYISH
Take a cue from Hollywood’s favorite tomboy and fake a waist. “Belts, cropped blazers, seamed sheaths and shading all help. Short skirts and prints can carve out curves,” What Not to Wear style guru Stacy London tells PEOPLE StyleWatch.
4 of 10
IF YOU ARE: PEAR-SHAPED
Balance your hips, like does, with looks that showcase your upper body. “Draw the eye up with details, then pair with an A-line skirt or a darker bottom,” recommends London.
5 of 10
IF YOU ARE: TALL
Avoid looking long and lanky by bringing your waist where you want it. achieves a sexy figure by opting for a tailored blazer that cinches directly at the waist.
6 of 10
IF YOU ARE: SHAPELY
works her sexy hourglass figure by emphasizing her waist in a fitted dress that shows just enough cleavage at the top and a bit of leg at the bottom for a long and lean look.
7 of 10
IF YOU ARE: PLUS-SIZE
Black might be slimming, but Hollywood newcomer Gabourey Sidibe proves that big girls don’t need to be afraid of bold colors – wearing any one shade from head-to-toe has the same effect as tried-and-true black.
8 of 10
IF YOU ARE: PETITE
Choose simple, fitted pieces to get a leggy look and if you’ve got the gams – like ! – rock a thigh-grazing mini! Add on sky-high pumps for some extra height and a tailored boyfriend blazer to streamline the look.
9 of 10
IF YOU ARE: SLIM
For slim frames like , London recommends an A-line skirt. “A knee-length version defines your waist and adds the illusion of curves,” says the style expert.
10 of 10
IF YOU ARE: ATHLETIC
Why clock in all those hours at the gym if you aren’t going to show off that bod! Look just as good as by “boost[ing] your [athletic] shape with deep V-neck tops, volumizing ruffles and slim trousers,” says London.
We Tried It: L.A.-Based The Now, a Massage Boutique
The Pro Files: Get to Know Celeb Makeup Artist Pati Dubroff
The History of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Look
Kim Kardashian Pushes Swimwear Boundaries by Not Wearing Swimwear at All