As an inverted triangle shape, you have the advantage of a great athletic looking shape, you just need to add more curves to your hips.
Choose shapes with a well-defined waist paired with fuller bottoms which will even out your hips to your shoulder width.
Opt for outfits that create curves, lengthen your body and create a neat waist.
Keep your top half clean, simple and uncluttered.
When choosing a top, shirt, sweater etc. you should be focusing on minimising the width of your shoulders or bust, and adding some width to your hips to balance them out. A narrow V, or scoop neckline will look great on you, and if you have a small bust halternecks will work well too. Steer clear of details and embellishments around your neckline though. Puff sleeves and padded shoulders should also be avoided, as these simply draw the eye to your shoulders. To avoid adding bulk to your upper body, stick to knits which are straight and slim fitting, in a finer gauge. Also go for tops and shirts in darker colours than your bottoms.
Any trousers or skirts that add some additional width to your hips are great for your shape. Wide leg trousers and culottes are great examples. If you prefer a more slim-fit trouser opt for tapered shapes and go for patterns and prints too. When it comes to jeans, boyfriend and bootleg shapes are perfect. Slim and straight fit are also okay but need some details to draw the eye downwards. Try jeans that have washes, large back pockets or embellishments to add interest. The current trend for fuller pleated skirts will look great on your shape, especially in brighter colours and horizontal stripes or patterns. Although straight cut skirts can also be good, avoid anything that is too tight fitting and that hugs your hips.
Like skirts, look for dresses that flare from the waist or hips, or choose simple straight lines.
A jumpsuit with a wider leg and a defined waist is your best friend, as it will balance out your silhouette perfectly.
Find cardigans that flare out at the waist and belted jackets and coats with deconstructed fluid lines.
Avoid tops with wide necklines, big collars or puff sleeves.
Avoid wearing short sleeves unless they're fitted and neat.
Avoid wearing scarves around your neck or shoulders.