5 Simple Fashion Tips For Skinny Girls

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The world keeps playing cruel jokes on us by sometimes giving people bodies they don’t want. A big girl wants to be skinny, a skinny girl wants to be slim thick, a slim thick girl wants something else. Everyone is in search for what they think the perfect body is and while you may not be able to do surgery or exercise enough to get there now, in the mean time, you may want to use a cost efficient method. Through clothes.

Clothes are easy to manipulate and make it easy to look the way you want to be seen. If you’re a skinny girl, here are some fashion tips for you.

1. Avoid vertical stripes

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This option is best suited for bigger girls. When it comes to skinny girls, this is a no. Vertical stripes gives the illusion that you’re skinnier than you actually are. On skinny girls, it will make you look skinnier.

2. Wear brighter colours

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Avoid wearing colours like black, brown or grey as they make you look slimmer. If you want to look wider, wear neutral colors and play with contrast. For example, team up light tops and dark bottoms or vice versa. (Source: fashionisers.com)

3. Wear horizontal stripes

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Remember, our first point was to avoid vertical stripes but you’ll need to embrace the horizontal ones. They give your body some added curves.

4. Get Peplum dresses and tops

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These give the illusion of curves if you don’t exactly have any. They “give you” hips.

5. Belts

Both thick and skinny belts paired over a floaty dress or top will add shape to your outfit and accentuate your tiny waist.

6. Lose clothes

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You can opt from baggy t-shirts and baggy dresses but stay away from baggy pants; they will make you look shorter. Now, baggy t-shirts and baggy dresses will make you look a bit fuller. However, do remember to be stylish while picking the outfits.

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