The A-line skirt has a very flattering cut. It cinches at the waist and creates an hourglass effect. It accentuates curves in all the right ways.
Not only are they as cool and comfy as pajamas, palazzo pants can pair with most any look.
Rather than focus on curvy areas for flattery, enhance them by focusing on opposite places.
Need coverage for your tummy, hips, or thighs? Tunics work well with your shape. Accentuate your features with soft detailing such as crochet-lace or hi-low hems.
Have you ever found that perfect bra fit? The fullest spot of your bust should be directly halfway between your shoulders and elbows, and if your chest is dropping below that, it’s probably time to take your measurements and check your sizing.
Wear sweetheart necklines to boost your bust. They show just a hint of cleavage, while still looking refined.
If you’re a plus size lady we’ve got six helpful style tips for you.
Here are some tips for the busty on how to de-emphasize your bust, create volume without adding bulk and draw the attention away from the bust.
Here are some tips if you are short-waisted and would like to know how to use clothes to lengthen your torso.
Here are some tips for women who are curvy and confident, yet hope to hide their tummy.
Here are some tips for women hoping to de-emphasize their hips and add height.