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Here’s How You Can Look Stylish Even When You Struggle With Belly Fat

Many Nigerian women struggle with belly fat. Belly fat has nothing to do with your stature because even slim ladies face the same issue.

While it is advisable to eat healthily and exercise properly there are a number of ways you can hide your belly fat and still look stylish.

Everywoman deserves to feel confident in her clothes yet when you’re insecure about your midsection, confidence doesn’t always come naturally.

These style tips will take you from self-conscious to confident in no time.

Wear loose fitted tops

Avoid wearing tight or clingy garments over your belly and choose tops with ruching or drape

If you want to look stylish and highlight your strengths, it is best not to wear tight tops. They will accentuate every fat bubble you have and draw attention away from you and your fabulous clothes.

Opt for Dark colors and Vertical Patterns

Go for dark colors, flowy fabrics, and vertical patterns. This is a fail-proof method that generally doesn’t go wrong. Horizontal patterns give it a broad look, thus vertical patterns for obvious reasons.

Stay away from belts

Don’t emphasize your tummy by adding accessories like belts right this will draw unnecessary attention to your stomach.

However, higher belts can be effective for some women by drawing attention upwards. This can work especially well if the top has a print or an asymmetrical detail. It will give you more shaping while still hiding that belly.

Layer it up

Layering is another technique that magically hides belly fat, shifting the focus anywhere but your tummy. Layers that are unbuttoned gives it a significant effect making you look taller.

Choose dresses that don’t cling

Make sure that your dresses don’t cling around the tummy area. Dresses with a draping element around the tummy area often work. Asymmetrical dresses work well too as they draw attention away from the belly and create a vertical line.


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