Mid-rise and high waist
This will make your hips appear thinner. It helps streamline your upper body with your lower body while giving an illusion of hourglass figure.
Dark and rich colours
Colours like black, deep red, chocolate brown, emerald and ruby slim down your problem areas while turning them into your best assets.
Going for bootcut or bell bottom or a slightly tapered hem will balance out your body while making your shoulders and hips seem the same size. Look for such styles in trousers, denims and jumpsuits.
Bodycon and shift styles
Bodycon skirts and shift dresses make your hips, thighs and legs appear alluring while hugging your curves just the way you always wanted!
Skinny and narrow fits
These kinds of fits tend to form a trapeze from your waist to legs and that draws attention to your problem areas making them look bulkier.
Light colours and oversized prints
Choosing colours that are light will only make the areas appear broader. Switch the colours to tops instead for a more balanced look.
Details around the hips, thighs and pockets
Avoid details (that involves anything like lace, pleats, stones or pipings) as it only makes your lower body appear fuller.
Too short hems
When it comes to hems always keep it not more than 2.5 inches above the knees for enough coverage.
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