You are straight up and down and have balanced shoulders and hips with an undefined waist.
Thanks to your naturally sporty look, simple, minimalist cuts and androgynous silhouettes look fabulous on you.
The key to dressing your shape is to opt for clean lines, angled shapes and structured fabrics that flatter your figure rather than highlight your lack of curves.
When choosing shirts, play with proportion by opting for styles with asymmetrical or dipped hems. Forgo sweetheart or plunging necklines which will emphasise your small chest for tops with breast pockets, front pleats and ruffle details that will give your bust a boost.
When it comes to jackets, look for mannish tailoring like streamlined duster styles and boyfriend cuts that will complement your straight silhouette.
Wide leg trousers look great on you, as they add curve and volume to your lower body.
If you prefer a more feminine look, optical illusion dresses that create curves with clever print, design and colour blocking are perfect for you. Empire lines look good if you love pretty, floaty styles, along with A-line skirts which create a shapelier bottom half.