5 Ways to Style Your Flowy Clothes

Flowy clothes are soft, comfortable, and light. You can pick from a loose full-length dress or even a pair of summery palazzo pants that looks so feminine while fabrics like jersey, chiffon, and chambray work perfectly with a relaxed fit. Since flowy clothes typically have the billowy silhouette, keep on reading for our styling tips to wear them.

  1. Let them hang loose and free.

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The maxi dress might be a somewhat obvious selection for flowy clothes, but you may also opt for tunics, skirts, and pants with a delicate feel, so you won’t be weighed down by the extra fabric. Look for dresses and tops with a flattering bodice as many of them feature deep v-necks and billowing sleeves. The ankle-skimming dresses are perfect this spring season. However, don’t choose a flowy top that is too short. Instead, go for tops in a below-waist, above-hip length that feels comfortable.

  1. Wear them with fitted or structured pieces.

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Flowy chiffon blouses look great with a skinny pair of pants or leather leggings that will balance the billowy silhouette of the fabric. Like fashion blogger Veronica Popoiacu, keep your accessories simple to let your breezy look make the statement for you. Also, topping your flowy dress with a structured and cropped jacket will create a balanced outfit. Flowy palazzo or wide-legged pants are more unusual for the general fashion maven, but that doesn’t mean you can try them! In fact, they’re easy on the hip area and flatter a variety of body types.

  1. Define your waist with a belt.

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Tunics and dresses are a nice in-between option if you are looking for something feminine and sexy. Like fashion blogger Annabelle Fleur, go for a belt color that complement your outfit so it wouldn’t visually cut your frame into half. Also, you may opt for a banded waistband on tops and dresses that can be perfect enough to show off your womanly curves without wearing a belt.

  1. Tuck in your flowy top to your waistband.

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If wearing a belt is not your style, simply tuck your flowy blouses and tops to your bottoms to highlight your waist. This way, you’ll avoid giving the impression of having a waist as wide as your hips. Like Annabelle Fleur, you may think of teaming your flowy top with a pair of high-waist pants to highlight your bust line while emphasizing your waist at the same time.

  1. Wear the breezy and relaxed look with head-to-toe flowy ensembles.

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Wearing flowy pieces with flowy pieces can be tricky as it can easily swamp your frame or make you look heavier than you actually are. When planning to rock this style, always make you look intentional and creative to end up looking polished, trendy, and chic at all times. Indeed, flowy clothes are fashionable and feminine as long as you keep them balanced, sophisticated, and sleek.

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