6 Weight Loss Secrets Hiding In Your Closet

Wherever you are on your weight loss journey, there are simple things you can do to look slimmer and accentuate your best features. It’s not about wearing figure hugging clothes, as it’s about how you wear them. In fact, how you get dressed in the morning can make you look 10 pounds slimmer or larger. So, keep on reading for the 6 weight loss secrets hiding in your closet since you deserve to look amazing today wherever you are on your weight loss journey.

  1. Keep the balance and proportions.

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The first key to look thinner in your clothes is to keep your tops and bottoms in proportion. Regardless of the number on the scale happens to say today, there’s no need to hide under baggy clothes. Like fashion blogger Dawilda Gonzalez, choose a closer-fitting top if you’re wearing a draped skirt. If your shirt is on the slouchier side and you’re not wearing slim-fitting pants, leaving it un-tucked can make you look like you’re drowning in an oversized silhouette. Though it can be tempting to hide under baggy clothes, tucking in your shirt can actually accentuate your waist.

  1. Layer darker colors with lighter ones.

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Smart layering is a great way to show off what you want and keep problem areas under wraps. Like fashion blogger Nicole Warne, maximize the slimming potential of your layers by wearing a darker blazer with a white button down shirt. You’ll not only stay warm but look smart too. Also, you may think of color blocked pieces that can flatter your frame accordingly.

  1. Play with patterns.

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Don’t be afraid of patterns. Vertical stripes are universally flattering as it can make you look slimmer than you actually are. If you’re bottom heavy, you might discard the brightly patterned leggings, and instead go for a pair of good patterned pants particularly in a darker color to camouflage your cellulites. The pattern rule you need to remember is to avoid wearing them on both top and bottom. That means if you’re wearing a patterned top, opt for a solid bottom in a darker color.

  1. When in doubt, go for a “V” neckline.

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Diane Von Furstenburg’s wrap dress has been a staple in women’s closets for decades as it’s incredibly flattering on everyone. If you don’t have a wrap dress in your closet, mimic the style by opting for a V-neck top or jumpsuit that can play up your womanly silhouette in all the right ways.

  1. Go for jeans that do you justice.

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If you have a few extra pounds around your middle, skip the low-rise jeans as it will only create the dreaded muffin top. Like fashion blogger Oksana Orehhova, go for mid or high-rise jeans with medium-size pockets that are parallel to the middle seam and team it with a chic blouse, Also, opt for jeans with a good stretch that can help make it fit at the same time comfortable for you.

  1. Choose the right belt.

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Finding the right belt for your body can do wonders to accentuate your waistline. It may seem counterintuitive, but choosing a wider belt instead of a skinnier one can actually make your waist look smaller. Like fashion blogger Jennifer Selmanovic, opt for a wider belt that will go well with your velvet dresses this colder season. Now that you know how to dress to look thinner, you can head out the door knowing you’re putting your best features forward no matter where you are on your weight loss journey.

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