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Want To See My Muffin Top? How To Hide Belly Fat with Clothes.

How To Hide Belly Fat with Clothes
Be sure to click on the link to see my Video on how to Hide Belly Fat.

Do you or a loved one have a Muffin Top? Wish you knew how to hide belly fat with your clothes?

If you answered yes, then you might want to watch this Scarlett Says VIDEO and see MY Muffin Top and even though the top I refer to is no longer available, you can look for similar styles to hide belly fat without being uncomfortable.

“Scarlett, is a pleasure to work with. She’s professional, knowledgeable, and fun! I loved playing dress-up with her guidance. She arrived with a bag of tricks, ready to work in my closet to prune, create, tweak, and suggest wardrobe additions. By the time she left, I had a small pile of clothes to donate, an understanding of my most flattering styles, many outfit options, and a shopping list for wardrobe enhancements. She followed-up by emailing the photos she took of all the outfits we had created (accessories and all), which will make getting dressed and packing for trips much simpler. Don’t even question whether or not to hire her. Just do it! Scarlett has a great eye, is creative, understands clothing and different body types, and is a really fun to work with. You will come away with clarity and confidence.”– L.S. New York, NY 

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How To Hide Belly Fat, aka Muffin Top with Clothes.

 

With close to 21,000 views on my YouTube videoMuffin Top? How To Hide Belly Fat with Clothes, and with so many new followers, I felt it would be nice to offer some more tips on how to minimize the muffin top in our clothes, and only see it in the adorable muffin tins in the above photo that my niece sent me.

So besides the tips, I give in my video, try these 3  tips below as well.

 

1. Don’t wear clothes that used to be your size. Just because you can get it on, does not mean it fits well. When we put on the wrong size, ripples and ridges appear from our middles being pushed and squished to fit into too tight clothes.

2. Avoid pure white on top, as often it accentuates the dreaded muffin top.

3. Look for tops that have some movement to them, so the fabric is not hugging tight against your skin.

When I choose the clothes for my clients to try on when I fill the dressing room up for them during a personal shopping trip, they are often surprised by my choices and thrilled at how much thinner they look.

Remember it is NEVER about the size in the label, as only the fit matters which will make the muffin top seemingly disappear.

 

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Have Your Contents Shifted?

Women's bodies changes over 40

The following is a exert from my book Stop Stressing About Dressing.

 

 

 

Have you ever heard a flight attendant ask the passengers to be cautious when opening the overhead compartments, as the contents may have shifted during the flight?

When I heard this on one of my trips to work with a client in another state, I immediately knew that this was the best way to explain how one day when I was around 4o, I went to bed thinking I was looking good in my clothes and I was content with my body. The next morning I seemed to have awakened with rolls, bumps, and bubbles that I swear were not there the night before.

How come the jeans and t-shirt I successfully wore the day before, now made me look old and out of shape. What happened????

Ladies, I am sorry to report that no matter how hard you exercise or how well you eat, our contents have shifted while we are flying thru our lives.

This is not a cause to grab an oxygen mask because you may now be hyperventilating. It just means that a few changes need to be made so as to accommodate our shift.

Women's bodies changes over 40

If rolls are obvious, then wear clothes that disguise and cover them up. If the shirt and pants you beautifully wore before, now expose ruffles and ridges in your waist and or thighs, then get them out of your closet and replace them with clothes that lay over the troublesome spots instead of clinging to them for dear life.

To keep this simple, consider this:

If you put on a piece of clothing, and parts of it are holding on as tight as a one-year-old with separation anxiety, then stop wearing it.

Go for a larger size, or a looser fit and embrace the fact that your contents have indeed shifted and please stop beating yourself up over the inevitable change once over 40, 50, 60, 70, 80 and beyond.

Now fasten your seatbelts and take a look at how you can work with me and I’ll show show you how to Stop Stressing About Dressing.

 

 

wardrobe stylist

“Scarlett is a God send. I was wearing the same outfits repeatedly and couldn’t decide how to dress better. She came to my house and in one session efficiently figured out the colors and style that looked best on me. Than she went to my closet and created coordinated outfits including shoes and jewelry and photographed everything so I have a personal file of outfits I can wear. The transformation has been lasting and significant. I have a new sense of myself.”

—Beth Martin, New York NY, Spiritual Life Coach/Grief Counselor

 

 

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