1. Emphasise Your Bottom Half
Think about keeping the top half streamlined and simple while adding shape, structure and bold colour below the waist to accentuate a narrower waistline and thighs.
2. Supersize Your Shirts
When it comes to buying shirts, it’s best to buy a size up, or even consider turning to the men’s department for the borrowed-from-the-boys look. Team oversized top halves with skin-tight jeans, tailored pants or leather skinnies for balance.
3. Turn To Your Tailor
Tailors aren’t just for occasion wear – whether it’s a high-end blazer or high street blouse, having your wardrobe nipped and tucked to perfectly fit your shape will guarantee your clothes flatter.
4. Focus On Fabrics
Look for neat shaping with fabric that drape over curves, rather than anything that clings. Avoid anything too fluid as this will add bulk, and chunky knits and ribbing for the same reason. Instead, consider investing in your top half – good quality cashmere and silks will flatter instead.
5. Customise Your Dresses
Realisation Par and Reformation have put wrap dresses back on the map, so embrace the trend this Spring/Summer by going a size up and adding a popper button to make sure you’re covered up and supported.
6. Add A Cami
Low cut tops revealing too much? Try adding a lacy cami beneath V neck knits and gaping blouses for a stylish way to cover up.
7. Keep Tailoring Neat
When it comes to tailoring, look for a jacket in a structured, semi-fitted style. Avoid anything double breasted or with wide lapels – single breasted will be much more flattering.
8. Find Trends That Work
Look to trends that will elongate your legs – side stripe trousers are an easy winner. Waist-cinching trends will flatter too, so look for peplum fits and hourglass blazers.
9. Invest In Underwear
Getting your underwear right will give you the best possible line under your clothes and make a huge difference. For ladies with a fuller bust, shape and lift should be a priority. Good brands
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