Be a Better Version of Yourself with These Style Tips

We ladies never seem to be satisfied with what we have. But we are firm believers that you can have it all! Clothes are essential tools to balance out your shape or accentuate your best assets.  This is dedicated to those who always crave more, a few style tips to get what you’ve been hankering for.

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A Bigger chest – That’s easy…ruffles or horizontal stripes.

A Longer Torso – Low rise pants with a high neckline top.

  • 3/4 Quarter Striped Tee by Zara.com
  • Ruffle Dress by Joie
  • Ruffles at the Beach by Ralph Lauren Blue Label
Low Rise Denim by Zara.com
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Smaller Hips – It’s all in how the fabric falls. For smaller hips the pant leg should drop straight to the floor from the widest part of the hip area.

A Bigger Butt – Medium rise jeans makes ones waist appear smaller and buttocks bigger. They’re also the secret to solving the muffin top conundrum for ladies over 40. When parts aren’t as firm as they once were raise the waist line.

Longer Legs – Pair same colored bottoms with footwear to extend the eye and make legs look longer. For summer try nude sandals, and in fall opaque tights or black skinny jeans with matching booties or better yet Over The Knee Boots!

Above the Ankle

Miranda Kerr in High-Waisted Denim and Over the Knee Boots

A Smaller Waist – If you could only own one dress it would have to be a wrap. Looks great on any body shape and age, this miracle dress accentuates the smallest part of the waist and makes a flatter stomach.

A Shorter Torso – The peplum top is a wardrobe wonder, it covers the belly, narrows one’s waist, gives curves and perfectly balances a long torso.

  • DVF Party Wrap Dress
  • DVF, Everyday Wrap
  • DVF, leather combo wrap

Be a better version of yourself with these style tips.

  • olivia palermo in a peplum top and printed shorts
  • Peplum by Zara.com

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