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Plus Size Fashion Tips - How to Work With Your Curves

By Diana Larson

Dress and love your body. Yes, you can find clothes that make you love your body so you can show off your figure, no matter your size.

Keep it fitted. The waist is a terrible thing to waste. Accentuate your shape with a blazer nips in at the waist, not a bulky man's length jacket. Don't be afraid of color. Black is slimming, but also boring. A dress can be bright, bold and very flattering if it fits in all the right places. Balance it out. When wearing a top with volume and texture keep the bottom simple. Use clean, fitted silhouettes to create a streamlined look. Think tailored. A structured dress hugs curves, which always makes you look slimmer. Mak accessories a cinch. A wide belt worn on a natural waist creates an hourglass figure, even if you don't have one. Add color. A pop of color under an open black jacket creates a vertical line, elongating your frame. Tailored clothes that really fit are slimming

Silk makes a button-down shirt much more flattering, the fabric flows easily over an ample chest. And an embellished skirt adds instant style.

A demure V-shaped neckline, a solid color, and a cotton jersey fabric make an ultra feminine dress more wearable. Plus, a longer hemline elongates everything.

Update a 50's pinup girl looked by pairing Capri pants with a short sleeve, scoopneck top that hits just above your cleavage.

The old rule used to be to wear all black to flatter your body. However, looking thin isn't about color - it's about making clever choices when it comes to silhouette and details. Enhance your body's smallest part with a shot of a hot color (like pink) and pick a slightly diagonal print to trick the eyes.

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