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In the meantime, finding the right pair of jeans to flatter your plus-size figure, and the right top to wear over it, can go a long way in solving the myriad wardrobe woes that heavier-set individuals face. The darker the wash, the slimmer you look. Never, ever fall under the illusion that ultra-skinny jeans can make a plus-sized person look skinny.
Men end up with a curvy, girly-looking figure, which we doubt you want. Larger ladies, however, can get away with skinny jeans when worn with high heels or platforms.
Stretch out the width of the bootcut with vertiginous heels. Baggy jeans are not a good look as they tend to make you look shorter and bulkier than you are. Flared or bootcut jeans can make legs look thicker and stumpier. One exception: tall heavier-set women can get away with bootcut jeans if they wear high heels. Avoid anything too tight around the waist. Steer clear of low-rise jeans as they accentuate wide hips and are prone to exposing your belly overhang when you reach your arms up, and your butt crack when you bend over. You can't go far wrong with a combi of straight-cut and dark wash.
Instead, opt for relaxed-fit, standard cut or straight-leg jeans with a medium rise, in as long a length as possible without pooling above your footwear to create the most streamlined silhouette possible for your body type. It also helps to get your jeans in a medium-weight fabric with a slight stretch. Go as dark as possible: think deep indigo, forest green, charcoal grey and black.
Avoid any embellishments such as diamante, embroidery, patches, rips, fading, whiskering. These should be on the larger side to match your behind, not placed too far apart, and set low. They should be as plain as possible, meaning no decorative elements, no flap pockets etc, to avoid drawing too much attention to your derriere.
Avoid carrying anything in your jeans pockets, so as not to add extra visual bulk to your silhouette. Clockwise: Trainers, by Bape x Adidas. Gold-tone acetate aviators, by Gucci.
Leather back pack, by Gucci. Poppy print windbreaker, by Louis Vuitton. Art: Chern Ling, co-ordination: Serene Seow. Plain V-neck tops, and smart collared shirts help draw attention upwards while elongating the neck. Darker colours help create the illusion of a slimmer upper body, while effortlessly matching your dark jeans to create a long, unbroken line.
Tops should be hip-length and ideally be left untucked. Avoid patterned tops except for vertical pinstripes and plaids or camouflage print in dark, subdued hues. Single-breasted jackets are the most flattering cover-up for layering, helping round bodies to look more angular. Dio r evolution brooch, by Dior. Macrame leather and satin bucket bag, by Prada. Baby-D ballet flat in tulle embroidered with velvet polka dots, by Dior. Boyfriend jeans, by Dior. Woven leather bracelet, by Tod's. Ladies, follow the above tips in terms of V-necks, hip-length tops and darker colours. But you get extra leeway too.
Lower necklines, and three-quarter-length sleeves are a great way to show a bit of skin without letting too much flesh spill out. If you have an hourglass figure, empire-waist or fit-and-flare tops are super-flattering. Make sure the footwear you choose balances out your proportions and your jeans. Avoid anything too dainty and flat eg: ballet flats, slim rubber flip flops, stilettoesand instead, opt for block heels, platforms, and wedges to make you look taller and slimmer. If you need to layer up, hip-length waterfall cardigans are your best bet.
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