Wearing black and oversized clothes aren't the only way to look thinner. Trendy large belts and pieces with flattering silhouettes can also help you achieve that slimming effect.
Blue is a great color for almost everyone. As we move into the fall season, we'll see bolder and darker versions of the color. Take a cute little blue dress and add a wide black belt to create slimming effect. Wider belts will make your waist look smaller because they'll help define your waistline. Finish your look with a black handbag and black pumps.
Color blocking is another way to appear thinner. Look for a cut that flatters your figure and doesn’t just "cover it up". Add some black peep-toe pumps to finish off the look, and you're ready for a night on the town!
For another slimming look, take a white button-up tunic dress and add accessories with a pop of color. Orange and coral accessories look great with white! To make the look "slimming", add a pair of nude wedges. They go perfectly with knee-length skirts or dresses because they will add a few extra inches to your legs. By elongating your legs, you create a slimming effect.
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