Dress Slimmer for the Summer

 By: Sharon Clara
Summer is coming up. It is a season that people will spend more time outdoors during such as travelling to the beach and picnic with friends or families. There are many interesting parties will occur in summer.

Lots of girls try to lose weight before summer comes so as to look much beautiful or slimmer in summer dress. However, losing weight is really a tough thing. Though more and more people agree that confidence will make them look much more beautiful, jimpness is still part of a woman's life.

Then, why not try to dress slimmer before you can lose your weight successfully?

Actually, dressing slimmer can be much simple that you can think of from choosing a dress or top in a V-neck, three-quarter sleeve combo rather than a scoop-neck and cap-sleeves to just teaming a pair of high-hell black pumps with black opaque tights to give the appearance of longer legs. The perfect appearance will add to your confidence.

Well, now let's see how to dress slimmer.

1. Longer legs
For longer legs, match hosiery with shoes to give you that lean, continuous line. For summer, tanned legs and nude shoes have the same effect. Metallic-colored footwear also has slimming properties, more so than classic black. The style is also important. Rounded toes can make feet look wider, thick ankle straps have the effect of making legs look chunkier.

The length of a dress or skirt is critical is you want to slimline your legs and give extra height. The most flattering length for a hemline is just on, or just-above the knee. Try it and see! Calf length hemlines can make you look dumpy, and high heels are a must in this case. Besides that, high-length skirts and dresses are a danger zone if you have less than perfect legs.

2. For pants and trousers
When it comes to jeans, to create an illusion of a slimmer derriere then search for a style which offers pockets placed high on the behind. Clever stitching (as in Levi's V-shaped stitching on its 501's) create an optical illusion of slimming down the bum.

Jeans and trousers should actually fit comfortably, rather than be tight. This means buying a size that actually fits on your waist, rather than creating a muffin top. The height of the waistband can make a huge difference. Avoid low-cut hipsters if you have a bit of a tum and go for high-waisted styles, which hold in the stomach.

3. Find the suitable underwear
Get professionally fitted for a bra. Around 85% of women are wearing the wrong bra size. The right bra (size and style) can take not only pounds off, but years off you too. The most common mistake is to wear a bra that is actually too big in the bandwidth and too small in the cup.

For big-busted women, then a dress or top with a V-neck has miracle slimming properties, especially when paired with just-above, or below-the-elbow sleeves. Forget polo necks, round necks and boat necks; these only serve to make your bust look heavier and can give you that uniboob look. Caps sleeves can accentuate flabby and chunky arms.

4. Colors
Wear colors that actually flatter your skintone and will consequently have a slimming effect. Some of this season's blush, salmon and honey tones can make skin look sallow and does nothing for streamlining the silhouette. If you thought you couldn't wear blue then spring and fall's new take on teal is extremely flattering and slimming. Also spring's new neutral, charcoal gray is a good alternative to black.
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