“Look for the woman in the dress. If there is no woman, there is no dress – Coco Chanel” Part of your fashion education is understanding what you are really comfortable in to wear day to day. You may find several resources to help you obtain the knowledge you need. This article will help you explore your own personal style.
Visualize your ideal body and find out how the right outfit will help to do that. It is perhaps time to reevaluate the standards for your fashion choices. What worked for you a decade ago may not (well, probably won’t) work today.
Know what looks good on your body. Find fabric that is padded to help you look like you have curves if you don’t possess them. Busty women want clothing that brings the attention to a different part of the body. Women with pear-shaped figures should wear light clothing on top and darker clothing on bottom. If you’re shaped like an hourglass, wear clothes that hug your curves. Avoid loose blouses and dresses; they’ll make you look bigger than you are.
Women with wide shoulder area will benefit from V-neck tops, just don’t forget to wear the right bra that gives you all the va-va-voom of being buxom, without the terminal backache.
Try to wear high heel shoes, the higher the heel, the thinner you will look, In addition to making women taller, high heels force the back to arch, pushing the bosom forward and the buttocks rearward, thus accentuating the female form and give a fantastic posture as you walking. Keep in mind the advice from my dearest friend Eugenie “ a beautiful appearance is as architecture, it is a matter of proportions”.
Shop for your dimension. Many women buy outfits that are just too big, trying to cover up their curves. Loose-fitting outfits bulk to your body, making you look even larger! . So, don’t try to cover up behind of kilometers of fabric. Instead, look for clothes that skimmed your form but do not billow, such as overcoats with drawstring waists and use stuff like belts or cardigans to help define your look. (more…)