It is very rare to meet a woman who is completely satisfied with her body shape as most of us have particular areas of yourselves we consider no-show zones.
A classic British pear shape can be exasperating when you're two different sizes on your top and bottom. The way to disguise pear shaped hips is to wear clothes that balance out the proportions of your frame. Baggy T-shirts and tops will do you HUGO 734' Hugo Boss Jeans Skinny Fit, 8.5 oz Stretch Cotton Jeans Dark Blue no favours as they hide your waist and make the rest of your body seem as wide your hips.
Stick to fitted tops that finish at the top of your hips to accentuate your waist - anything longer than this Schott NYC black Bomber Jacket will be unflatteringly splayed across your hips. At all costs avoid tapered and straight-leg trousers as they only serve to emphasise your hip width. Instead only allow boot-cut and flared trousers and palazzo pants into your wardrobe, all of which will balance your leg shape and skim your hips.
Jeans should be boot-cut - try hipsters to avoid a gaping waist and Occasion Dresses stick to dark indigo rather than lighter colours. Bias-cut skirts and dresses are all purported to be incredibly flattering but on your hips they could spell disaster. Stick to an A-line shape that accentuates your waist while slimming your hips. While hip length tops are good on you the reverse is true of short jackets (unless worn with A-line skirts but even then tread carefully). A knee-length coat or suit jacket is a better choice - look for cuts with nipped in waists, gently flared hems and large lapels.