When it comes to curves, we’re all about that bass for sure. Just like the famous songstress Meghan Trainor preached body image positivity, we at SC are here to guide you through the trends to keep you stylish.
Layer on: For those of you who think layering may add more bulk, we’re here to botch that myth for you. Stay comfy in a pair of straight cut jeans and a relaxed top and simply add throw on a long knee-length kimono style jacket.
Some kimonos end at the thigh and are embellished with fringes at the hem – these add the illusion of length as well.
This could work the other way round as well when you wear a jersey dress and pair it with a sheer pull-over on it. Just try to steer clear of jackets and shrugs that form a circular pattern till the back.
Print perfect: Smartly played prints can actually enhance your curves. Dresses with a play of prints combined with solid hues are the best options for you. The more geometric it is, the better.
The twin set trend might leave you seeing double, but the magic happens when you don’t even notice any flab because you’re left seeing one print all over.
Colour play: Colour blocking can be the best friend you never had. Confusion has never been so good – colour blocking does the trick of creating a whole new shape altogether, so you don’t know where to look.
As seen here, there’s no definitive shape to the wearer, it hides what you want to and flaunts what you’ve got.
Show some skin: Strapless, V-necklines that meet the tip of your shoulder – don’t be afraid to show some skin. These numbers draw attention away from flabby arms.
Hiding those legs aren’t going to help, show them off in an A-line number that ends just above the knee.
Thigh gaps are so ’90s anyway.