A staple in anyone's closet is that flattering dress, to wear at parties or on a night out on the town; here is what I suggest:
You want to emphasize the smallest part of your torso, which is your waist. So don't buy an Empire-waist dress (I know you have heard otherwise); empire-waist, brings the line up to your breast, and leaves everything else to fall on the bottom half, hugging the hips and making you look flat and wide. Try a dress with a defined waist and an A-line voluminous skirt, a V neck or a Sweetheart neck make you appear leaner.
Also, try on some wrap dresses that tie at your waist, but go for a bolder print and color (nothing too busy), rather than a solid washed-out color.
A strapless dress which comes in at the waist and a full skirt works too, as it brings the attention to your upper half. Avoid at all cost, Tent dresses (and sweaters), which have no shape and don't hide anything, actually, they make you look wider all over. Let your beautiful curvy shape emerge from under your clothes.
Just like rules for the dress, the skirt follows suit by drawing all attention to
your waist line.
A full, pleated, knee-length skirt will conceal wide hips. Avoid thight, slim and clingy skirts that would highlight your widest area; therefore no pencil skirts.
Instead do a high waisted belted skirt to draw attention to your slimmer
waist line. Thick fabric (for a straight cut skirt), such as brocade, hang well and resist pulling against trouble spots.
The best cut to flatter your figure is a boot-cut, which will create a straight lean line. A wider straight leg (no flared but full) balances proportions.
Avoid these cuts: tapered pants (they wouldl emphasize a wide middle area), no high-waisted, or pleated pants, no skinny jeans. Make sure your pants have a straight leg, they shouldn't pull at the hips. Go for any color (yes, even white), but avoid bold patterns. they should be worn with a waist defining top (the length should hit you at the lower hips - hiding most of your buttocks). Full wide leg gauchos drape without clinging, wear them with a wide belt, a cute camisole and a cropped jacket (which should hit you at the waist).
If you wear a jacket then do a cute camisole or tank top underneath, the jacket
should have a deep V-neck and ornate details to bring the focus upward, keep the jacket cropped at the waist to make you appear leaner. If you just want a top, pick a shirt wich comes in at the waist and has a deep V-neck.
For this Fall/Winter season do a fashionable belted trench coat. Go for a shorter coat, that hits you just below the thighs. Don't be afraid of color, opt for a gorgeous burgundy, or white or a fun pattern, it will be a beautiful addition to your outfit. Remember to keep a slimming and attention grabbing V-neck.
Thanks for this useful information. Select jackets, sweaters and tops that hang below the hips or skim the bottom of the buttocks.Choose a loose-fitting sheath dress, as it creates a column of the body.
Those are nice collections. Thanks for sharing this info.Just follow fashion designers’ pieces of advice and you’ll see, you’ll look so fabulous as if you have that supermodel figure.
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