Tips to Look Thinner

  • Choose darker solid colors such as black, navy blue and gray. Black rules!

  • Dress monochromatic, all in one color, top to bottom, no patterns.

  • If you want to wear patterns, go for smaller ones that overlap.

  • Avoid horizontal stripes. Look for thin vertical and diagonal lines for a fluid look.

  • Select accessories to draw attention from trouble spots.

  • Wear clothes that fit. Not too baggy but not tight and clingy.

  • Avoid bulky sweaters and sweatshirts.

  • Always try on clothes. Different designers have different size charts.

  • Avoid pleats. Flat front pants and skirts are instant slimmers.

  • Low-rise pants that hit just below your navel will lengthen your torso.

  • For longer looking legs, skirts should fall right above the knee.

  • Forego the frills. Extra ruffles and material only add bulk.

  • If you have a large bust, invest in a good support bra.

  • Avoid shiny fabrics such as velour and satin.

  • High heels add height and shapes’ your legs. That's why you always see runway models in heels.

  • Dark panty hose will make large legs appear thinner.

  • Stay away from patterned leggings.

  • Wear undergarment foundations such as control top pantyhose and shapers.

  • If you prefer wearing a sleeveless dress, cover your upper arms with a sheer, elegant shawl.

  • Choose open collar shirts and scoop necklines.

  • Avoid small handbags. Stick with a medium-sized bag in proportion to your body.

  • A dress with matching coat can hide bulges.

  • Match your belt and shoes to your skirt or pants to make your legs appear longer.

  • Don't tuck your shirt in. Buy those that fall just below your waist, but aren't too long.

  • V-neck shirts will make your torso appear longer.

  • You can still wear bright colors, just not on your problem areas.

  • Frilly clothes are a no-no and just add to your overall size.

  • Avoid too-tight pants that cling to your hips and thighs. Instead, try trousers with comfortable legs and wide cuffs.

  • For longer, thinner-looking legs, opt for an asymmetrical, tiered skirt.

  • If you're a petite woman, wear the highest heel you're comfortable with to add some height.

  • A thick waistband helps flatten the tummy.

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