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Style tips clothing: thick buttocks, no waist, wide hips

Nothing more fun than sales! We then buy a pile of clothes and gladly place ourselves in the new outfit, but often we do not realize that this does not always fit us. The basic rule in choosing clothes is often lost sight of during shopping. It is not because something is beautiful or in fashion that it also fits our body. In the following article, one can read how one can perfectly mask some minor flaws in the lower body with the right garments.

Too much buttocks?

What do you better not do?

Too much rump creates a lot of complexes in women. So they often hang skirts and opt for trousers with preferably a long sweater over it to still not show that backside. But they do not realize that just that sweater emphasizes the buttocks and creates a clumsy whole.

Which clothes do you wear better?

What can you do to cover up a thick bottom? When you buy a pair of pants, you should opt for pants with a low waist and a wide band. This ensures that the surface of the back is divided into two. This reduces the size. Wide trouser legs are also a good idea because they are loose and so there is no strict line that would only emphasize the buttocks.

When you want to wear a jacket over the pants, make sure that your jacket is not too short. Go rather for a tailored jacket that not only ceases to cover the back.

When choosing a skirt, you should not go for a skirt with an A-line. The poop pushes the fabric of such a skirt up so that it becomes convex and the butt seems even thicker. Go rather for a pencil skirt. A straight skirt is also excluded because it does not flatter.

When buying a dress it is best not to look too light and busy prints should be avoided. Choose a straight dress here and certainly not consider any shirt dresses.

Wide hips

Pants, a disaster?

Wide hips are a disaster when looking for well-fitting trousers. Usually women who suffer from this will also choose a saggy T-shirt to throw over what is just plain boring. They would much better opt for a top with a boat line because the width of the shoulders serves as a counterweight to the wide hips. Pants with flared legs are a much better idea than straight leg pants or tapered legs.

Go for an A-line

When choosing a skirt, it is best to use an A-line. This accentuates the streamline of the body. It is better not to buy pencil skirts and skinny cut skirts because here too the hip shape is very accentuated. Cover the hips with coats of three-quarter length and do not choose short fitted jackets that fall on the hips.

Thick ankles and calves

Thick ankles and calves may seem rather inelegant when combined with the wrong shoes. A lot of women go wrong here. If you opt for boots or shoes with an ankle strap, you only emphasize its thickness. Even too thin heels or flat shoes are a disaster. Better a sandal with an open toe and a block heel or boots that fit tightly around the ankle. Long skirts and trousers that fall to the ground with a heel underneath do it well too!