Sunday, May 22, 2011

Hiding the Flaws

Hiding away a fuller figure in baggy clothes will only make you look bigger. Enhancing your assets and hiding your flaws, however, will work wonders on your figure. There are a few simple ways to hide your imperfections and such tips will make you feel both confident and comfortable in what you wear as opposed to self-conscious and shy!

Full skirts are a great way to hide that extra tummy bulge. Invest in a fuller skirt that sits at the smallest part of your waist in order to hide any flaws below the gathered fabric. For best results, purchase a skirt that finishes at the knees as this will create the most flattering silhouette

High-waisted panties are another great investment for any woman’s wardrobe, especially if you possess a fuller figure. The high-waisted briefs will create a smooth line from your legs onwards, instead of cutting your mid section in two.

Creative camisoles are also a great choice for women with fuller figures and can be layered under any one of this season’s must-have dresses, or alternatively beneath your favourite LBD in order to create a smooth and more flattering shape.

Cinch bottom tops are big this season, especially for those that have a more curvaceous figure. The loose fabric around your mid section will disguise any flaws.

When it comes to purchasing a summer dress, opt for one that has an a-line shape. Add an accessory such as a skinny belt in order to cinch in the waist, allowing the fabric to fall freely outwards, which will in turn hide fuller thighs. Choose a dress that has been created in a cool cotton fabric for the summer season and invest in a few in different shades. Team with statement jewellery and heels for an evening event, or pumps and a cutesy cardi for a more low-key daytime look.

At One Stop Plus they have a great range of items that show off our curves. Visit the site and you could find some great deals on dresses, tops and shirts.


mama bear said...

thanks for sharing this! i believe high-waisted panties are a necessity!

Cathy Anderson said...

I bought Bali panties,I own these and they are very comfortable. They are made of nylon, which you would think would be sweaty, but they aren't at all. Very comfortable, nice color (green) and they don't ride up anywhere.

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