Wednesday, February 25, 2015

How to Dress Thinner

When you’re browsing through the collections of online fashion shops, you’d definitely linger more on clothes that you know will look good on you—especially those with cuts or prints that can make you appear slender. Fortunately, there is a way to look slimmer with a little visual trickery in dressing up. Here are a few tips:
Monochrome – A monochromatic scheme has been one of the most effective tricks, and for good reason: it helps create a long vertical line. Black is often the most popular color scheme to try, though a monochromatic getup would still work with other dark hues such as navy, oxblood, and green.
Accentuate the waist – This method works extremely well with a tunic or one-piece dress. If you have a voluminous white tunic, don’t ignore it just yet. You can make that work by accentuating your waist with a thin or narrow belt. Skinny belts help define your natural waistline prominently, as opposed to wide belts which can make you look stumpy.
Try a new pair of jeans – Stylist Jeni Luciani, known for her styling stints on TV shows like More to Love, favors styling curvy clients in skinny jeans and high heels; believing the two to be of great combination. Celebrity stylist Robert Verdi agrees, stating that every piece of clothing should be body skimming.
If your wardrobe currently lacks some items that can help you achieve a slim look, you might want to check out the catalogue of online fashion shops.

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