Body shape calculator is an intuitive tool designed to quickly identify your body type based on bust, hip and waist measurements. There are four primary body shapes – hourglass, pear apple and rectangle.

Before starting with body shape calculator, measure and record both waist and hip measurements using a tape measure accurately, using this formula.


No matter our desires, how our body distributes fat mass is an influencer of its shape. While conversations about body shapes often evoke negative associations associated with superficial appearance and attractiveness, understanding your individual body type plays an essential part in selecting an effective diet and fitness routine for maintaining optimal health.

Our body shape calculator takes measurements of hips, waist and bust circumference to assess a person’s body type. For most accurate results, ensure you measure around the narrowest part of your waist (right above your belly button) when standing up straight and take these measurements at this moment in time.

As soon as your data has been entered into the calculator, its results will instantly display and categorize you into one of seven most prevalent body types: Hourglass: When hips and shoulders are roughly of equal width with your waist narrower than both; Pear: When more weight accumulates around hips while less around waist; Apple: When weight accumulates predominantly around abdomen or stomach area.

Apple-shaped figures should opt for clothing with a defined waistline that won’t cling to their midsection, while those with pear shapes should choose looser bottoms and dresses that follow the curves of their hips. Finally, those with hourglass figures may benefit from form-fitting clothing to accentuate the curvier shape of their body.

Women who fall within an apple-shape category should use caution when accessorizing with belts and accessories that accentuate the waist as this could make them appear wider up top. Pear-shaped bodies, on the other hand, could benefit from belts which accentuate their slimmer shoulders and neckline by drawing attention away from it.


Although waist measurement is important, our body shape calculator places greater weight on hip and high hip measurements. To take these measurements accurately, stand with feet together, wrapping a tape measure around the widest part of both buttocks and hips without constricting either tissue, and noting its number. Furthermore, our body shape calculator also takes into account your waist-to-hip ratio as an additional metric or imperial unit measurement option for our calculations.

Our body shape calculator helps you discover your body type by analyzing waist, bust, hips and high hip measurements. This analysis gives insight into your unique physique as well as which clothing styles would best complement it. Plus, use this tool for outfitting ideas!

Once your measurements are in, this calculator immediately recognizes your body shape and categorizes you into one of five types: hourglass, pear, inverted triangle or rectangle. Furthermore, it displays your waist-to-hip ratio which represents how much fat has accumulated on either your torso or hips.

Your waist-to-hip ratio can give an indication of whether you are more likely to experience certain health problems. For instance, having a larger waist than hips increases your risk for heart disease and diabetes more than someone who is “pear-shaped”. Extra weight around the stomach increases obesity risks even though your BMI falls within normal parameters.

As your waist-to-hip ratio (WHR) decreases, your chances of health problems decrease as well. To calculate it, divide your waist measurement by your hip measurement; this serves as an excellent way to assess overall health and should be taken seriously by anyone, particularly overweight individuals. Losing weight, exercising regularly, and eating a balanced diet are ways you can increase it; though keep in mind that everyone’s waist-to-hip ratio varies based on inherited genes as well as social/cultural influences; therefore everyone will have their own WHR and that doesn’t necessarily reflect overall health status!


Bust measurement, commonly referred to as full chest size measurement, involves taking an approximate measurement around the upper portion of your breasts when wearing an appropriately fitting bra. When taking this measurement, make sure your measuring tape fits securely without digging into your skin, and breathe freely while taking this measurement.

Measurements taken of hips, waist and bust measurements help determine your body shape. Use this calculator to learn about yourself by entering measurements from hips, waist and bust in either metric or imperial units – the calculator will then calculate a body type based on them automatically!

While the results of the Body Shape Calculator may provide an idea of your body type, please keep in mind that body shapes aren’t an exact classification system. Each person can vary greatly in terms of proportions within different body types; thus many won’t fit neatly into one of five main categories.

Typically, an hourglass figure can be defined as having hip and bust measurements close together and with an significantly narrower waist than both; it’s considered classic and desirable. Conversely, apple-shaped figures tend to have wider bust and hip measurements – more typically seen among men compared with hourglass body types.

If your hips and bust are both smaller than your waist, this indicates a pear-shaped figure. Achiering this body type allows for greater balance; usually you will be able to distribute weight evenly among all parts of your body.

To determine your cup size, subtract your bust size from your band size to find out your cup size; this can be found on a bra size chart. For instance, if your band size is 34 and bust measurement is 37, your cup size would be 3.


Shoulder measurements are an integral component of our body shape calculator and are vital in understanding your individual size. Accurate shoulder measurements help avoid frustratingly ill-fitting clothing purchases and ensure you make informed choices when making purchases for jackets or clothing that will allow free movement without restrictions or restraints.

To accurately measure your shoulders, place a measuring tape around the back of your neck and extend it horizontally across the base of your right acromion bone. Use a mirror to check that your tape is straight and parallel with the ground before noting where the tape meets – this measurement represents your shoulder width.

Alternative Method: Have Someone Else Take Measures Instead. Ideally, someone else should take your shoulder, waist, and hip measurements in order to obtain more accurate results from this calculator. When taking shoulder, bust, and waist measurements it may be beneficial to have someone assist with taking these measurements as it can be challenging to accurately measure these areas by yourself; having extra support and keeping the tape measure straight may make the task simpler.

Make sure to have a pen or marker handy to mark measurement points on yourself and/or the tape measure, making recording them much simpler and reducing confusion. Enlist the help of others when taking measurements in order to remain standing up straight for accurate readings and optimal posture when taking them.

Your measurements will help you discover one of five body shapes you resemble. The calculator will attempt to match up your measurements with one based on shoulder-to-waist ratio; the greater your disparity between shoulders and waist is, the closer you come to being an Hourglass body type; otherwise you will resemble more closely either Pear/Inverted Triangle, Strawberry Spoon or Spoon body types.