Embrace the belly: The styling rule had always been; hide the bell. This always results in opting for shapewear that can over-promise and under-deliver, or worse, wearing horrifically unflattering and baggy clothes which create lumps where there aren’t any. So rather than focusing on hiding your tummy, find clothes that make you feel good about yourself.
Find the perfect undergar-ments: Every woman needs a proper-fitting bra and panties to create the perfect ailhoutte. Find bras with the thicker staps for extra support and to ensure your bra doesn’t show. Nothing is worse than having the perfect outfit but wearing bra that us too small, creating weird propor-tions and discomfort. Invest in tanks and tees, legging and tights that you can wear under everything.
Try on different sizes ehen shopping: If you’ve been shopping across brands, you know that sizes often aren’t consistent across brands. Your size range may encompass the single digits to the double ones, depending on the brand. Experiment with sizes.
Opt for fitting clothes: Wearing oversized clothes aimed at camouflaging your body can actually make you look bigger than you are. By embracing your curves, you’ll find that clothes are actually more flattering.
Invest in a tailor: Not all curvy girls are the same. Maybe you are a triangle, an hour-glass, a diamond or an oval, a figure eight or inverted triangle. Whatever your shape, investing in a tailor is an inexpensive way to fit your clothes in a way that flatters your shape.
Your best accessories: If you don’t have time to take a skirt or shirt to the tailor, throw a wide belt on to hide the extra fabric. A structured blazer can also hide a multitude of tailoring sins.
When in doubt, do the ‘Squat Test’: When shopping for jeans, try Ashley Graham’s test. The model revealed her test in a video, which showed her literally squatting and doing lunges in the stone to see if her Jeans role up or down. If they stayed in place, that’s when you know you have a good pair.
Bikini hack: To reduce neck pain caused by your boobs weighing down on your neck, Tie your bikini into a cross-backbto evenly distribute weight.