As the days become scorching and somewhat longer, we should all pay more attention to our wardrobe, because we begin perspiring more and some situations start bothering us, making our lives difficult. People who struggle with weight tend to be even more sensitive. They still want to look neat and beautiful, but often struggle to find the right outfits. This article is meant to help them look gorgeous and sexy, even when it’s hot outside.
You should definitely opt for colors and white, when it comes to your summer wardrobe. White is key, even in a head-to-toe version, and please don’ start fretting over how it makes you look wider; it doesn’t. Lace or lace trim tunics are also an excellent choice. They’re loose, so you can style them with a tight bottom piece, such as white jeans.
I’d like to emphasize the fact that makeup is still important. I always analyze my plus size friend with my eyes wide open and full of admiration, because her makeup is so flawlessly wonderful, I don’t even give the weight a second thought, but instead focus on her lovely lipstick, wonderful eye shadow and her always perfect manicure. My point? Divert attention! If your problem area is the hips, opt for makeup; it’ll draw attention to a totally different part of your body, so no one will even notice them.
Colorful maxi dress
This is a piece that every woman can wear: short, tall, petite, and plus size. The latter can be styled it with either flat sandals or high heels; I personally prefer the first option. It’s also good to mind an emphasis on the cleavage and perhaps some draping at the mid-section, because the hips are a common problem. A maxi dress is always an exccelent choice, opt for a jersey version, it’s the most adaptable/versatile.
High waist and dark colors for special occasions
A high waist puts emphasis on the cleavage, the asset of many curvaceous women. A wider bottom part ensures that the hips are under control, and a pair of high heels accentuates the legs. Mind the length: it should reach the knees! Opt for dark colors for a refined look; pastels are another option, why not.
Belted dress or blazer
Belts are a solution to many dilemmas, so consider them your friends. They will ensure that there is a symmetry and distinction between your upper and lower body. So, opt for pants or a skirt, put on a light blouse or a longer T-shirt and style the look with a belt; it can be wide or thinner, but never too thin. Play around with matching tones or choose a contrasting belt, which can match your shoes or a bag-that’s always a smart look.
Two-tone pieces have an incredible narrowing effect on the figure, especially the ones with a front panel in a different color or side stripes. This enhances the hourglass shape, and if you wear shaping undergarments, your figure will become even more feminine and perfect. Finish the look with a pair of high heels, if you wear them, otherwise decorated sandals will do the trick just as nicely.
Somewhere in-between: grey
Grey with a hint of silver is your go-to solution. Especially, if you’re not totally convinced about white, and you feel like black is an old look. It’s a grateful shade of grey, because it looks elegant and opens up your face. This summer, you should style it with silver jewelry, of course. Pleats, knee-length skirts, high waist trousers, longer blazers … Style them with light pinks, white, light blue and all the rest of shades of grey. It’s a color you’ll go crazy about!
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