Select skirts like you would select pants. Look for pieces that balance out your top, and stick with designs that benefit from your natural curves instead of fighting against them
1. Consider tops with vertical stripes. Vertical stripes elongate the body, and for garments that nip in at the waist, these stripes also draw into your narrow waist.
2. Pair full skirts, like A-lines, with a full top that adds volume to your shoulders and bust AND NOT YOUR WAIST. Full skirts add slight volume to your hips, balancing out a fuller top.
3. Try on a wrap dress or empire waist dress. Both styles nip in at the waist, making it look even thinner while accentuating your upper and lower curves.
4.Try a scooped, v-neck or boat-neck neckline that hangs low and accentuates your curvy bust.
5. Gravitate toward curve-hugging pencil skirts or other cuts that skim your figure.
High-waisted skirts work especially well. Like the one below from Chicwish, love this style since the skirt has a "corset" that works as a belt to enhance your waist