Wear clothing with confidence – Dressing with confidence is more than wearing the latest fashion trend, it?s about feeling good about what you?re wearing, looking poised and feeling self-assured in all situations. Appearances does not matter, the fact is that your clothes can have an effect on your self-confidence. The only important thing is how you feel about the clothing you wear, not what others may think about it. Dress in a way that makes you feel confident and everything else will fall into place. The way you carry your body can make all the difference in how your clothes look. Keep your chin up high, your shoulders back, your spine straight, and your hips centered over your feet. Clothes are supposed to provide comfort, protection, confidence and pleasure not feeling downer.


Wear fit underclothes – Get foundation garments that fit your look. If garments don’t fit on your body right, your clothes won’t fit right. When selecting your foundation garments you must consider what look you are trying to achieve on the outside. To find out your exact underclothes sizes, carefully measure your size with a tape and compare your measurements with size charts. Better you can go to a specific store and get fitted underclothes. Once you know your size, choose foundation pieces that fully cover and support. Steer clear of bras that have seams on the cup, padding and embellishments that can look like lumps and bumps under your clothing. Never buy low-cut or bikini style undies because they are not able to give support where you need it. Briefs may give you an unsightly bulge at the top of your leg. High-cut briefs are the most flattering. To lose a bit of girth around your hips and thighs, wear low-legged, high-waisted underwear in a firm, supportive cotton. Make sure you have sufficient coverage.


Focus on quality over quantity – Always try to focus on quality over quantity. Instead of buying numerous sloppy, frumpy pieces of clothing that don’t flatter you, invest in a few well-made items that you love and will last awhile.? It is better to purchase one or two clothes that fit perfectly at $50 each than five that fit only so-so at $20 each. A few high-quality items that make you feel amazing and last for 3 or 4 years are ultimately a better value than 10 or 15 items from the clearance rack that wear out quickly and make you feel less than your best. Quality garments also tend to last longer so, in the long run, you will get more bangs for the buck.


Make shopping a positive experience – If you are feeling dread to go for shopping because it forces you to focus on your size and weights, than try to turn it in a fun event. Take an upbeat friend with you, or move on with the attitude that nothing can get you down today. See the employees as people who care about clothing and would be excited to help you look your best. If someone is proving you wrong, move on to the next salesperson.


Darker-colored Dresses – It’s true that black is the most slimming color to wear. Other slimming colors and patterns include blue and other dark solid color you may be comfortable with, and pinstripes. If you decide to layer over your dress, make sure your under layer is darker than your over layer , this color contrast will make your body seem to sink back, away from the outer layer and as a result, you will look slimmer.


Get a wrap dress – The V-neck and collar top shows a longer neck line, the belt makes your waist look narrower and the A-Line skirt has a slimming effect on the hips and thighs. Check out online websites for a selection of wrap dresses. Plus size women can also take the help of cut off tops to look their best. Please avoid wearing too short tops, as otherwise you will look even fatter.