If you are uncertain whether pants are flattering, do not wear them.
Eliminate tight elastic that produces bulges. The panty line and tight waistbands are prime culprits.
A little looser is always better; but not baggy.
Keep your problem areas covered. For example, if your thighs are heavy, do not wear shorts.
Tuck your tops smoothly into stockings or panties so they do not bunch up and pad your tummy. If pocket linings show through, have them removed and the pockets sewn closed.
Sagging breasts not only make you look older, but they also make you look heavier. Wear a bra that lifts you, and watch the pounds disappear.
Do not wear ruffles anywhere you are heavy, or borders, boat necklines, ankle-strap shoes or ankle bracelets.
Horizontal lines add visual weight, as do heavy or bulky fabrics.
The SHOULDER line is one of the most critical points of design. Every woman looks more slender if she can taper her silhouette from bold shoulders to a slender hemline, whether that hemline is in a jacket, a coat or a dress.
Just because it is trendy does not mean you should wear it, especially if it doesn’t flatter your body.
Size –Buy clothing that fits the largest part of your body and then alter what might need to be taken in or shortened.
Full-length Mirror — Always check your total look — front and back — in a full-length mirror before you leave your home. Better for you to see a problem first than for others to let you know.