"I have broad shoulders / inverted triangle body shape and this is what I wear (and avoid)," she says.
In the video, she focuses specifically on styles of tops.
Getting rid of thin strap tops is Hannah's number one piece of advice.
She suggests a thicker strap to cover more area on the shoulders to flatter your figure.
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"Any top that cuts off at the shoulders will make you look even broader," she continues.
High neckline tops with deep cuts into the sides of the shoulders do the same.
"It exposes the shoulders – it's also a no," Hannah says.
Following the same rule, tops with volume or detail in the shoulders only contribute to the broadness.
"Op for V-necks that draw the eye down," she suggests.
One commenter questioned Hannah's opinion on off-the-shoulder tops.
"I don't know the off-the-shoulder is very flattering to me and I have broad shoulders," she wrote, to which Hannah replied: "I have broad shoulders too, off-shoulder accentuates them since it’s a horizontal cut-across, and it will emphasize the width."
Other viewers trusted Hannah's advice and urged her to cover more body shapes.
"Pear shape please," one woman commented.
Another viewer added: "Can you please do Apple body?"