Tips for our curves

Most useful tips that really works:

Don’t Waste that Waist

 When you have curves you have a waist. By highlighting the waist, you not only balance the proportion of your body, but you look slimmer. There are many ways to shape your waist.The obvious are to choose tops, jackets and dresses that have waist definition. Cinch in your waist with a wide belt to accentuate it, this also helps show off your natural curves and will break up your body a bit.
Pencil skirts - Pencil skirt can be matched up easily with shirts, blouses, jackets, high–waisted belts, and mixed with different kind of shoes.  A pencil skirt shows off the width of your bottom but also the lesser width of the waist. 

Invest in shapewear 

It really works. And it's not a secret that many women wears it. Shape wear also provides the perfect canvas underneath clothing to keep them from clinging, it can even make you look a size smaller without diet or exercise. Some shape wear is really meant for cinching, much like a girdle, and then some of it simply smoothes your shape.  The idea of shape wear being made for heavier women is a myth, and that anyone, regardless of their size, can benefit from wearing the right figure-hugging lingerie.

Mask problem areas with color 

 If you don't want to wear all black, just try masking your problem areas with the shade. Not thrilled with your legs but love your upper body? Mask 'em with a well-fitting pair of black pants or a skirt, and add a bright pop of color on top. To hide larger arms or hips, choose a tailored black blazer and show off your bottom half with some brightly colored shorts or a skirt.

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