Great Style Has Nothing to Do with Size.

Fun fact: Most of my clients are over 40 and wear size 12 and up.

Most, okay all, are not crazy about their bodies, and you should know neither are the ladies who wear a size 2 to 10.  Go figure.

I really care about how my clients feel about themselves and it is my specialty to make their figures look good with the right clothes, and dessert need not be skipped to wear them.

These are my favorite labels for my clients, and since sharing is caring, here they are.

JM Collection a private label brand for Macy’s.

This dress has slimming details and yes, you can easily add a light topper to cover your arms.

This JM top has a criss cross hem design, which is a subtle way to visually reduce the tummy and hip area.

JM also has great pull-on pants.

Lysee, FIT. FABRIC. FASHION.

Lysee makes the most incredibly comfortable, suck you in at the right places, leggings and pants.

Note the seams on these pull on pants. This detail makes the legs look taller and thinner, and yes they come in black.

Nic & Zoe  Nordstroms, Bloomingdales

Nic & Zoe designs her clothes to minimize the middle, be comfortable and look very stylish.
Notice the angles in this printed top. They visually reduce the middle and hip area.

NYDJ – Not Your Daughter’s Jeans – Macys, Bloomingdales, Nordstroms

Comfortable, very flattering and based on all the women I have put into NYDJ jeans and pants, you won’t want to take them off.

SEJOUR – Nordstroms in stores and online. 14 W to 24W

Stylish clothes that you can actually move in.

Slimming tip: Add interesting necklaces and earrings to bring the eyes up and away from all the body parts you think need minimizing. Plus, it’s fun to take a simple outfit, let’s say your all black standby ensemble, and transform it from boring to brilliant when you add color and whimsy with your jewelry.

You can find great looking and not expensive costume jewelry in TJMax and Marshalls.

Want to get a deal, save and make money?

Use the following great resources and shopping tips:

ThredUp,com – Get out the clothes, shoes and accessories from your closet,  that no longer or maybe never worked for you, and go make money!!!
ThredUp pays you up front for items they feel they can sell quickly, and consign the rest.

Ebates.com – Sign up to get cash back from your on-line purchases. You can get anywhere from 2% to 12% paid to you as a rebate when you shop via the Ebates website. You can earn hundreds of dollars on almost anything…even travel.

Macy’s almost always offers additional savings, as they are a very promotional store, so ask for coupon savings at checkout.

Lysee and Nic and Zoe each offer additional savings on their websites, for first time buyers. Be sure to sign up to get the additional savings.

Nordstrom frequently offers sale prices, and always the best customer service.

Let’s keep this dress up party going on FaceBook when you join the fun in my private Stop Stressing About Dressing Group.
Please introduce yourself in the group and go ahead and share which tip you enjoyed or struggled with the most.