Fashion can help us correct many visible and less obvious mistakes and ensures thatwe simply look more beautiful. Every woman is more confident when she feels good and fashion is here to help achieve that higher level of confidence. The level of success is completely up to your personal will; if you decide to invest some time into getting to know your body type, choose colors that make you feel good and cuts that suit you perfectly, you’re definitely on the right track. Extra weight can be an issue, so it’s important to pick pieces that can cover them up a bit or at least make sure we seem visually taller and fitter.
Less romance and more decisiveness
Frilled dresses and oversized florals are not your thing. While you can still wear them, if they make you feel good, they will make your appearancelook larger, the choice is yours. Try A-line dresses as they hide “mistakes” and make your legs look longer, but you should always wear them with heels, otherwise they won’t work. The length should be around your knees. This goes for coats as well, although you won’t wear one now, but it’s a rule that also applies to winter pieces: not tight, but A-line.
Mind the neck
Women who have a few extra pound usually have a problem with their neck, or rather the underchin, so they like to wrap themselvesin scarves, especially in wintertime. It’s a good trick, but the scarf should never be knitted or woolen, because that will create extra volume. Opt for silk scarves instead, because they’re much more elegant and appropriate for the task at hand. And speaking of necks, also mind thight V-neck T-shirts: they’re not your best option, because they emphasize all the extra pounds, so opt for draping effects instead.
Natural materials instead of synthetics
Not just because of superior quality, but because synthetic clothes give you a wider appearance, making the end result a cheap look. Keep in mind,when you’re buying pants or skirts: alwaystry toopt for natural materials and definitely searchfor a high waist, because the low one isn’t for you. It’s actually quite passe, and despite the fact thatvery young and slim girls can wear it, it’s a look that is no longer stylish in any way.
If your problem are stronger legs
Then your go-to cut is the soft and comfy 20’s style trousers. They have to be long enough so you can wear them with heels. Basically all men’s cut pants will si+uit you, because they make the thighs look slimmerand visually add a couple of inches in height. Instead of wearing shorts, play around with the upper part of your figure, the body: consider draping, brooches, details that make people focus on your upper part and forget about the legs, that’s always a good trick.
Mind the footwear
No crude and square heels, I’m really sorry, but you have to opt for higher shoes with a delicately formed heel. Not ballet flats and definitely not flip flops, especially, if your feet are wide. Ankle straps are also not the most appropriate choice, because they optically cut your leg in half, so they make it look shorter. A basic, elegant pump is much better, andit never really goes out of fashion.
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