OK, sorry, but there aren’t any actuall skirts that will make you loose weight, but there ARE plenty of different shaped skirts that can help give you a nip and a tuck in all the right places – you just need to know what shapes and styles to choose.
Here is a quick guide to choosing the right skirt to help you drop a dress size – instantly!
Draped Skirts – the soft folds of these skirts help to disguise and soften any lumps and bumps that you want to hide so are great for any shape, but especially pear shapes as they balance out chunky hips and thighs. Just make sure you get the right size as if too small the drapes will look stretched.
Striped Skirts – it’s a myth that horizontal stripes make you look bigger – you just need to get them in the right proportion to the skirt for them to work. Narrow stripes work on a shorter skirt and wide stripes on long thin skirts as they create length. Wear with heals and you’ll look a foot taller!
A-Line Skirts – the structured shape makes your waist look thinner and skims your bum making it look smaller. To have even more of a slimming effect go for angled, panneled pockets as they draw the eye in.
Tulip Skirts – the full shape of a tulip skirt hides any problem thighs, whilst the volume makes your legs look amazing – longer and thinner instantly! To avoid adding inches make sure the hem finishes on the thigh.
Skater Skirts – the A-line flare and waistband make your hips look smaller and your thighs look thinner, and if you go for a thicker panelled waistband it will help to hold your tummy in too.
Textured Skirts – used in target areas it can accentuate your best bits, or used all over it’s great to hide any lumps and bumps. Volume at the bottom of the skirt will also help to balance out big hips.
Chiffon Skirts – because of the cling free nature of the material, these floaty skirts just skim over everything – helping to keep any problem areas covered up nicely.
Very have a massive range of skirts to choose from, with plenty of the nip and tuck styles mentioned above. You just need to choose which style is going to suit your body shape.
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