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Sandra Torres

How to wear blouse to look slim?

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Do you want to make the whole look slimmer, or may be you have a feeling your arms look heavy? The slim effect can be achieved by wearing a V-neck blouse, high neck, or halter neck. How about wearing blouse with sheer sleeves? I love the ones made of net or sheer fabrics, this trick will make any lady look feminine, plus it will allow strategically hide the flaws, if you have it. Another very important aspect of wearing your blouses and look slimmer is choosing solid color versions. I recommend to buy dark neutral colors. Stay away from blouses with bulky pockets, thick pleats, or layered styles. The last but not least thing is to tuck your blouse in your bottoms. Don't wear it untucked.

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Make sure your waist is visible, otherwise it will add bulkiness. All you need is to tuck in a tailored blouse. Choose high-rise skinnies that hit above your belly button. A v-neck blouse is a great option. It can be sleeveless, and still everyone's attention will be at the V-neck, not your arms. V will highlight your collarbone and neckline and draw attention from arms. Try on a boy short-sleeve shirt, by tucking it in your pants.

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As Coco Chanel said, simplicity is the keynote of all true elegance. She's right. Better keep things simple and uncomplicated. First of all, choose flattering fit, avoid too small and too big blouses. Give a try to a blouse that features a slim waist. This will instantly make you look thinner and draw attention to your waistline. You can also give a try to a blouse that has gathers and twisted material at the waist making wearer look slimmer. Choose blouses in solid dark neutral colors or with small pattern, this will make you visually look thinner. Avoid bulky and empire waist blouses that only make you look bigger.

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