How To Dress Slimmer
Following on from the question relating to being plus sized - how about condensing tips into a hub, or short answers (here) about the many different ways we can create a slimmer silhouette - just by choosing the right lines, colors and fit.
I'll start with ... avoid cropped pants if you're plus sized AND petite or short legged. They just make you look even shorter, and can make you appear wider ... the opposite of what we need!
black is always a slimming color. Avoid horizontal strips as that would make you look like cute dolphins.
Deep neckline also helps to elongate your neck and create illusion of a simmer body.
Plus size women can still look extremely beautiful and sexy, losing weight is more for the health part than for the look.
Do you want to know how to dress to look slimmer instantly? Here are easy to remember, commonsense ways to present a slim, sleek silhouette in any outfit. read more
by Yves 11 months ago
Are plus-size women, dress sizes 16 thru 20, just as attractive as thin women? Why or why not?The fashion world is becoming more accepting of women who are plus-sized. How do you view women who are not thin? Do you think curves are in or, not so much? If you are a man, would you date a plus-size...
by deccasandy 9 years ago
Please review my hubs and suggest me tips to improve them. All advices are welcome. As i am new to hubpages, i need good suggestions.
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