Wednesday, November 9, 2011

How To Hide Your Problem Area

Problem: Large bust
Solution: Many women think they're hiding their ample chest by covering it up with a turtleneck but they're actually making their breasts appear larger. The slimming solution is a top with a scoop neck, which balances the proportion and directs the gaze to your collarbone area and face.

Problem: Untoned arms
Solution: Instead of covering up flabby arms, go for a top with a three-quarter-length sleeve. Because it ends at the thinnest point of your arm (your elbow), the sleeve creates a slimming illusion.

Problem: Big butt
Solution: Stay away from pants that taper at the ankle and tops that are too short. A more flattering combo is a pair of flared jeans and a patterned top that hits at hip-length.

Problem: Muffin top
Solution: Do not buy pants that are too tight or shirts that are made of thin or sheer material. Go for pants with a higher waist-- to keep the lower belly covered-- and add a loose top with a pattern that attracts the eye.

Problem: Thick thighs
Solution: Skinny pants only emphasize the issue. Wide-leg trousers-- which happen to be a big fall trend-- give the illusion of a long thin leg. Avoid tight skirts that hit at midcalf and opt for A-line looks instead.

Problem: Sizable tummy
Solution: New moms know this problem well. A great go-to combo is a tunic and leggings. The tight leggings draw attention to slender stems and the drapey, loose top camouflages belly fat. If you're looking for an evening option, dresses with ruching are ideal.

Via The Thread

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