Published at Sunday, July 14th 2019. by Elaina Benard in Fashion.
We’re really hoping that Lululemon’s Black Friday sale for 2019 offers us the same generous, site-wide discounts without the awful website crash hindering our chances of scoring on discounted Under leggings, luxe puffer jackets, supportive sports bras that actually hold you in place during runs, and everything else we need to keep our fitness routines in check through the holidays.
To minimize fuller arms, sleeveless and cap-sleeve dresses are best avoided. Instead, select billowy, bell sleeves that are three-quarters or even full-length to flatter your upper body.
I always gravitate toward layers, prints, bold colors and statement items. They get the job done, and they can help you stand out in a crowd of designer duds (if you’re trying to get snapped by street style photographers, and honestly, who isn’t?). This fashion week, level up by grabbing a few friends to attend shows with, and consider coordinating outfits for a killer Insta shot.
If you’re planning on losing weight, don’t buy clothes that you assume you’ll fit into in a few months. Instead, hold off major purchases until after you make any major changes.
This step is crucial in finding flattering clothes that a lot of people skip. A dress or a suit can look like a perfect fit from the front but terrible from behind.
Two styling rules from Audree’s unofficial Fashion Week guide: Wearing your jacket draped over your shoulders (or slouched at your elbows) instantly ups your outfit game, and layering is your best friend.
“There are two myths you must know when it comes to our bodies: One, there’s no perfect size, and two, there’s no perfect body,” says Dr. Carol Parker Walsh of Vancouver, Washington, who has a PhD in human development and social psychology and is the stylist and owner behind Evolve Image Consulting. “Hopefully, this comes as no surprise, but more than not, I’m often dealing with clients who have a love, but mostly hate, relationship with their bodies.
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