Want to look thinner in clothes?
Sometimes we don’t see a problem, till it becomes amusingly obvious.
Here’s the deal. I recently bought this top for those hot summer days when I want to look and feel cool.
The colors and proportion are right for me, the pattern makes me happy, but…..
I noticed on the second day that I wore it, how two of the flowers are dangerously close to being in the very wrong place; or in this case, places.
Please see exhibit A, the photo of myself pointing out the oh so close, to being oh so wrong print placement across my chest.
I show women how to avoid bringing negative attention to the body parts they don’t like, and focus instead on how to maximize the ones they do, or don’t even know they’ve got.
I also show women how to look thinner in clothes, because it seems no matter what size she may wear, she wants to look thinner. Me too.
Prints can make you look thinner in clothes
Print placement can accentuate the positive and minimize the negative.
Here are a few tricks to help you avoid making big things look bigger, or get unwanted attention.
If you want to increase the size of your bosom without surgery, wear pockets and prints on the chest area, however not a print that screams out; pick me cause I’m ripe.
Want to minimize your bottom, avoid pockets and prints that ‘enlarge’ the area and result in you asking, “does this make my but look fat”?
Now, if you have read all the way down to here, please type in the comment box below if you ever had, or witnessed a print mishap.
Surely, I can’t be the only one. Can I?