In my understanding, a handsome male figure is an inverted triangle. If you are naturally given feminine hips, compensate for this by increasing the shoulders and arms at the expense of muscle mass. If the fat gain is also on the female type, then in no case should you gain weight. You can visually hide the hips with the right clothes. You can take note of women's secrets.
Quite an actual question. If by wide hips you mean well developed quads, then that's good. But if it does not look proportional, then you need to work more on the shoulders and expand the back. Remember, in classic bodybuilding, the "X" shape is considered the ideal physique, which implies powerful hips, large shoulders and a wide back. If you think your quads are working out enough, then you should also adjust your leg workout. Focus on hamstrings and glutes, learn to squat in sumo style, do deadlifts (if there are no medical contraindications), so you can maintain the necessary hormonal response during the workout and tighten lagging leg muscles without loading your quadriceps.