HOW TO LOOK SLIMMER?

Do you have a muffin top or back fat? Are you conscious about them?  Well, you're not alone, I have them, too! And this is not about body shaming but I would like to share few tips that may help you look slimmer.

 

Tip #1.  Avoid separates, wear a dress.  Avoid tight knit, stick to sheet or structured A-line dress.  You can also wear dresses with V-neck, high waisted or empire cut.  Choose floral print, paisley or swirling pattern to hide the jiggles.

 

Dress: Target

 

Dress: The Blissful Trenders

 

Tip #2.  Add layering to hide the visible love handles, such as cardigan, jacket or a vest.  Collect them in various colours, styles and fabrics.

 

Vest: Amazon

 

 

 Cardigan: Lularoe

 

 

Bolero: New York and Co.

 

Tip #3.  If you must wear separates, wear silky blouse so it will not cling or stick on your skin and slide smoothly over curves.  You can also try ruched top, a crisp tunic, a blouson or a dolman top.

 

Top: Shein, Skirt: Project Mini

 

Tip #4.  Don't slouch or sit in a C-position because it presses on the mid section and becomes more obvious.

 

Top: Shein, Skirt: Project Mini

 

 

Top: Mercado Latino, Pants: Charlotte Russe

 

 

Tip #5.  Instead of tees wear a shirt open over a tank or try not to squeeze into clothes that fit exactly right instead go up a size, little looser makes a difference.

 

Sleeveless Shirt Dress: Target

 

Jumpsuit: Fashion Q

 

 

Tip #6.  Consider contouring bodysuits to control those unwated curves.

 

Thanks for reading! Love, Jezreel


4 comments

  • This was such a great post and very helpful! Thank you for sharing these great tips and you are looking beautiful in all the photos
    —Sarah

    Sarah Pandey
  • Great article, that’s cool you share that kind of tips! Plus I love the looks ?

    Lindsay
  • Love this article! Especially this cute romper you are wearing on last picture fits you the best!

    Yael
  • Thank you for this post! Very helpful!

    Bakersfieldbeautyblogger

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