How do I look through this dress? Does this pant create me look fat? Most of us are for all time asking similar questions to ourselves and to people around us. But are there actually some clothes that can make us look fatter or skinnier?
If you are overweight, first of all, do not suffer bad about your body. This does not mean that you get a license to eat unhealthy and not workout but your weight and your insight about yourself should not be related. You have to focus on the positive aspect of you: your smile, your eyes, your waist, your legs, etc. emphasize the positive and disguise the negative.
• Dress monochromatic, all in one color, top to bottom, no pattern
• Avoid bulky sweaters and sweatshirts.
• Decide clothing all in one color to give yourself a long, lean look.
• Wear blocks of color that draw the eye left from less-than-perfect areas. Wear a red shell or royal blue jacket, for example, to draw attention left from your legs.
• Try to keep away from shapeless clothing. No one is fooled, and loose clothes frequently make you appear wider or heavier.
• Do not use clothes so as to do not fit. Many women think that if the dress are tight they will look thinner. This is not true; they will only look fatter, as a substitute your clothes have to well your body; neither oversize nor undersize does the trick.
• Avoid flat stripes. Look for thin vertical and diagonal lines for a fluid look
• Short heightens are better to avoid wear with a lot of details. Small, motley patterns or multiple pockets will not likely to help you look taller and slimmer.
• If you still feel like you require the variety of colors, a sole colored suit may be complimented by a contrast colour jacket, blazer or jumper. But only one item should be chosen.
• Avoid too-tight pants that cling to your hips and thighs. Instead, try trousers with contented legs and wide cuffs.
• Wear long necklaces or pendants on a long chain to make your neck look longer. Try to forget about short and tight necklaces since it will shorten your neck visually.