Here I’m sharing dressing tips to look younger and slimmer.
Growing older is in no means a bad thing. I don’t intend to suggest that you dress like your adolescent daughter to appear younger. Absolutely not.
What I’m referring to is dressing in a style that feels more modern, youthful, colorful, and reflects the person you are on the inside.
I don’t want you to be concerned about going invisible or afraid of it. I want you to sense that you are being seen. In this article, I hope to accomplish that.
These easy, practical dressing tips will undoubtedly be useful.
Get Rid of Horizontal Stripes
First advice: stop wearing horizontal stripes. I am aware of how stylish and sophisticated they are. They have that nautical preppy vibe.
Horizontal stripes don’t look great on the majority of us. The damage can be reduced by styling them in certain ways. However, in general, I advise avoiding them.
Because they really make you look wider and boxier across the top, these extremely thick horizontal stripes are not doing you any favors.
Regardless of whether your top half of your body is broader or slimmer, it’s still not a good look.
The length of this top can make it worse. It increases the volume in the hip and tummy regions. It adds even more volume to the hip area if it has a tie on the side.
I frequently observe women matching their pants to the color of the top after choosing one color for the top. It might sometimes look off as forced and matchy-matchy.
Going for a top with diagonal stripes is more preferable. Although it still has stripes and some flair, the stripes’ angle will actually work to your advantage rather than against you.
It adds another modern touch and detail by switching the pants for jeans. On your feet, you can wear a pair of booties with slightly more modern-looking toe shapes.
This appearance is significantly more contemporary, youthful, flattering, elongating, and slimming. Wear your top out if you have a tummy and are unable to tuck it in. Those diagonal stripes will actually reduce volume rather than increase it.
Even if you want to wear your top untucked and out, high-rise jeans are good for hiding a tummy or any kind of love handle that you may have on top. They retain everything like it’s being sucked in and act more like shapewear.
To avoid looking flattering, wear for a top with thinner stripes. Women look far better wearing smaller-scale stripes than they do wearing oversized, large-scale stripes. The addition of a v-neck, which is more elongating, slimming, and flattering, would be great on the top.
Less is More
Tip number two to look younger and slimmer, less is sometimes more. Why do I say that?
When you’re going to pick out a piece, you don’t have to go for everything. Designers may prefer including excessive details.
When in doubt, keep things straightforward. It will be better, more modern, and more youthful the simpler you keep it. The more classic the piece is, the better it will be.
It may look that you are trying too hard if you wear a piece with excessive details. It won’t look to be as effortless.
Let me give you an example of a cardigan with a tie in the front that is fine and doesn’t have anything major wrong with it. It’s possible the tie will add some bulk. The tummy is covered with a lot of fabric. Additionally, it directs attention to the stomach.
A very basic but long cardigan serves as the outfit’s more modern counterpart. Because of the length, which is highly slimming, elongating, and sophisticated, it feels contemporary.
Wear it with a bodysuit, a pair of high-rise, dark-wash jeans, and a pair of extremely modern booties for your feet.
This outfit is more slimming and youthful. It just feels more contemporary and modern. These are really little adjustments, but they make such a significant effect.
Consider the garment’s details. What are they doing, specifically? Where are they putting on weight? Where are they drawing eye?
Ditch the Oversized Floral Prints
The third piece of advice is to avoid oversized floral prints. I notice a lot of ladies purchasing clothing with these enormous, oversized floral prints, thinking they are “cool, exciting, and bold.”
There are ways to be bold without sacrificing class or the modern aspect of your outfit.
Just be very careful when wearing floral prints.
An illustration of this outfit would be an extremely fitted, longer-than-average tunic top with a bold pink, orange, or yellow floral print. A pair of white pants and a pair of sandals are worn on the lower half.
All of a sudden, you went from 40 to 50!
Here is an outfit that is much better.
You are still wearing floral print, but here’s what the differences are. The darker color of this floral print top is also pretty slimming. But the print is on a lower scale. It has a more sophisticated print. Its neckline is v-shaped.
Still, the top is longer. It’s still accommodating near the stomach. It will be elongating and flattering. Unquestionably more youthful, modern, and sophisticated.
After that, you can wear jeans and a pair of adorable ballet flats. You might wear black sandals or a black bootie.
The smaller scale print is unquestionably more attractive and helps you appear younger and slimmer.
Take Caution With The Matching Set
Beware the matching set is dressing tip number four for looking younger and slimmer.
Think of a tiger-print sweatsuit that matches. It has a tiger print in black and gray. You also have black sneakers on your feet.
It really is bad, right?
A matching set with a more modern print and subdued color scheme is a much better choice; it isn’t quite as loud. It will make you look much more youthful and feminine.
You wish to follow this track, which is a little more up to date, modern, feminine, attractive, and sophisticated. You want to be on that track.
Nothing new needs to be purchased. You can use these concepts and replicate things from your closet by using these concepts. Always start with a closet search.
Pay Attention to Pockets
The fifth tip is to pay attention to your pockets.
Placement of pockets can be challenging, particularly in the front, on the hips, and on the tummy region.
Here is an illustration of a truly awful piece. It’s the pocket detail, the fabric, and the print, not where the pocket is placed.
It’s a white button-down shirt with longer sleeves that is more tunic-length and features a leopard-print pocket and cuffs.
Where does the eye travel next? It’s just gonna be right onto the boob. Or your cuffs will be affected.
The white button-down is a basic, and it has a cool detail, so it might be something that draws you in.
This is weird; it’s not an elevated basic.
Instead, look on finding small details that don’t have opposing prints or bold contrasting colors.
A wrap front top, a basic neckline, or a puff shoulder are examples of elevated basics that accentuate the area just beneath the bust, which is a highly flattering region to highlight. These are the more important details that you should look for.
The bonus advice relates to jewelry. When making those thoughtful, strategic pieces of jewelry, you should definitely be careful.
You can get lost in the bold lane here. You decide on the bold, striking, black-and-white beaded necklace. The issue is that it’s not always elegant.
We have a gold statement necklace in place of that black and white beaded necklace. The gold necklace is still stunning, striking, and eye-grabbing. The only lot is that it looks much more upscale, sophisticated, and pricey while still performing all the same functions as the other necklace.
Pay careful attention to your jewelry choices and make sure they are sophisticated, stylish, and will make you look youthful, modern, and sophisticated while yet making age-appropriate.
Nothing I’ve mentioned here is similar to anything your adolescent daughter would wear. She can look stunning in any outfit. Though we are unable to do so, we can still look fantastic.