The Goblet have large shoulders and a wide back, big boobs, not much of a waist, narrow hips, often a bit of a tummy and long legs. For the Goblet it is all about accentuating the positive, which is those lovely long legs and good bust line.
(The 12 body shapes and rules are mostly borrowed from Trinny and Susannah's Body Shape Bible. I have made some alterations. Photos in this post are random pictures from Tumbler, Pinterest or borrowed from Google. Unknown source.)
25/6/2017 05:33:55 pm
Would like to know where to purchase the wool grey mini dress Catherine Zeta Jones is wearing???? Is there a website
9/8/2017 12:01:41 pm
Hi, Rossella! Unfortunately this photo of her in that grey mini dress is probably 10 years old or more. So, since I had to find people with the Goblet body type wearing a specific style, I had to use old photos too to be able to include all the looks. I have no website for it and it's probably not for sale anytmore. Luckily, ballon sleeves are back, so I'm sure you can find something similar once autumn fashion hits the stores. I will be sure to send you a link if I stumble over one that looks similar to this. :-)
28/12/2017 06:23:45 am
Gosh, I'm stuck between goblet and lollipop. I'd say lollipop. I'm 5'8" slight waist with a high hip shelf and then straighter hips at and below where my hipbones fall. I have decently weighted shoulders, but I wouldn't define mine back as broad. I'm mostly sold on lollipop, but your rec for swimsuit would be way off the mark for me. I find that boy short bottoms tend to create a square that eliminates any sense of hips and that the rec I've seen most often for busty triangles, strappy bikkini bottoms, work much better with my halter tops.... does that mean I don't have enough hip to really be considered a lollipop?
4/1/2018 10:04:28 pm
Hi, Elizabeth! In my experience you gut is usually right. You know your body best, and not all body types fit perfectly with the stereotype features. I too have a little twist that sets me a part from other Skittles. I have wide shoulders that balance my hips, but they’re more slender than my lower half and so I follow all the rules except one. I don’t widen my shoulders, but rather draw attention to them. If all the Lollipop styles work for you except the bikini bottoms, you just have a slightly different hip area and luckily you know what works better for you. So, I would say that you sound like a Lollipop too, and Lollipops have a similar hip area to the Goblet. You actually sound a lot like Angelina Jolie’s body in what you’re describing, so it sound perfectly normal as she too is a Lollipop that sometimes give of a little bit of Goblet vibes. She’s still a clear Lollipop though, as her shoulder might be wider than her hips, but they’re still petite and her back is not wide.
13/3/2018 02:21:36 pm
What’s the difference between an inverted triangle and the goblet?
26/3/2018 07:28:08 am
Hi, Shayla! The difference between an Inverted triangle/The Cornet and the Goblet, is that first of all inverted triangle is sometimes used in some body types system for both Cornet and Goblet. However, the Cornet has wide shoulders and a smaller chest. Often also arms that can seem or be a bit muscular. It’s a very athletic looking body type. A Goblet has more of a wide back instead of wide shoulders, and a large chest. This type will not have an athlethic look, but more of a chesty look with great legs. A Goblet will also have a heavier looking top half than a Lollipop. The Lollipop chest will look a bit less heavy, even if it’s the same cup size, as the Goblet’s wide back makes it’s top half more dominant. So, in a way a Goblet is a mix between a Cornet and a Lollipop, and similar to an inverted triangle. I don’t know if you have looked at the Cornet yet, but there are three top heavy types. The Cornet is the most like the inverted triangle, ans has wide shoulders and a smaller chest, the Goblet has a wide back and large chest, and the lollipop has a straight figure with a large chest. All of them have long legs (usually), and either a slight or no waist, all have narrow hips compared to upper body.
12/4/2018 02:53:20 am
Do you have other examples of Goblet celebrities who are also petite? I am 1m57 and seem to fit the description (board shoulders and back 95cm, big breasts 32DD, not much of a waist 77/78cm and narrow hips - 84cm).
5/5/2018 11:10:53 am
Hi, Danae! Have you checked out this Goblet post too? https://www.idealiststyle.com/blog/the-body-type-goblet
21/4/2018 11:58:15 am
Hi. I am 18 years old. I am about 5.5(1.66).and 65 kilograms. I am a bit more muscular body especially legs. The length of my legs is about 90 cm and my torso 75 cm. Mt measurements are 90-66-94. I wear 80D bra size. My shoulers are 101 cm. I have bid breast and I carry some extra weight im my butt. My hips are not really big for my body. Could I be goblet?
6/5/2018 06:18:01 am
Hi, Lena. It is quite possible that you could be a Goblet, but from your measurements I would say it sounds a bit more like you could be a Vase, Cello or Hourglass. A Goblet will usually have a wide back, large chest, hips more narrow than upper body, and long, lean legs.
19/6/2018 09:35:38 am
Hi! I really struggle with trying to find my body type - in fact, a lot of those 'calculators' based on measurements tell me I'm not in any one category!
12/8/2018 01:03:54 pm
Hi, S! It definitely sounds like you're a curvy balanced type with wide shoulders. Actually, that is pretty much what the Cello usually looks like, so I would check out the Cello body type and see if that fits :-)
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