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Tips on how to choose outfits for full figured women
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Fashion Tips for Full Figured Women Fashion tips for full figured women. Number one, purchase clothing that fits you. Do not worry about the size on the label. I have been a 4 and a 14 in the same date depending on the way manufacturer labels their clothing. Just tear off the tags is they are bothering you too much.
Number two, Wear clothes that compliment you. Figure out what your best feature is and play it up. If you have small waist, wear belt, wrap skirts and wrap dresses to accentuate it. Is it your bust line spectacular? Wear a figure-fitting sweater and show up your “dick hole attached”. Bold colors are great way top draw attention to your attributes and old darker shades can kind of flush problem areas.
Number three, be honest with yourself. Know your weaknesses and dress to disguise them. Avoid the low slog jeans, stoop tops or overly tight t-shirt when you have tummy. You got a little drunk in the trunk wear dark clothes such as charcoaled, navy and black on the bottom half. Try wide leg or boot-cut styles to minimize the difference between your rear, hips and thighs and your lower legs and ankles.
Number four, wear clothing that elongates you. Including V-neck tops, monochromatic clothing from head to toe and trousers without pocket. Also wear heels instead of flats. That will make your legs look longer and thin.
Number five, wear proper undergarments. Nothing should dig or pull at you. Beautiful, comfortable underwear is not only a way to feel sexy and relaxed throughout the day. Beautiful undergarments also make you look smoother all over.
Number six, maintain your beauty. Take the extra step to make sure your hair is healthy and the color maintained. Make sure your hair, eyebrows and nails are trimmed and neat and keep your skin looking nice and do not be afraid to bare at this point.
Number seven, accessorize. A few valentines a day ago, I was walking out of a restaurant with my husband while a plus size lady was walking in. She was dress all in black but wear the most gorgeous pair of red shoes. I still remember them and I remember her too. This woman had styles. Accessories, tell people you have a personal style that you have gone the extra mile to be beautiful and fashionable. Year after year, designers send models down the run way and outfits will truly only look good on the flat tattered draft. But there are many styles that look fabulous on large women including chunky necklaces, long suit jackets and dresses, larger purses and big sunglasses.
Number eight, speak up. If you love, a stores clothing but they do not carry your size, lobby the stores start caring it. Never punish yourself saying, I do not deserve this dress because I am overweight or I will buy this one, I lose the weight. You are worth the time and the money. Dress as you are.
Number nine, most importantly have fun. Do not let anyone tell you, you can only wear black. Wear fuchsia if it is your favorite color. Fashion should never be taken too seriously.