Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Cultivating the Curves in you....


Siku hizi kila mwanamke anataka kua mwembamba, i wonder if this is considered healthwise au ni concept inayohusiana na mvuto au muonekano?
I cant denie that hata mimi nimejikuta mara chache kwenye hizi kauli za "yaani am growing big, will start diet'' na ouh jamani nataka nipungue kidogo"..sometimes ni due za kauli kama"eeeh umenenepa"...uwii mnanibooa mnaonimbia that to my face...nanunagajee sasa???hebu acheni hizoo..
Sikatai fact kua big weight sio nzuri healthwise lakini pia mantaining an average weight sio mbaya, kikubwa ni kufanya mazoezi and kula balanced diet.
Wengine tulizaliwa na miili yetu hata ukijikondesha bado kuna meat meat fulani haziishagi....
What to do...

Lets share some tips on dressing especially for curved ladies..

Dress for the size you are—not what you want to be or once were! Work with what you have! Own it.
  • Dress from the inside out. A well-fitting bra and shapewear will camouflage all lumps and bumps.

  • Clothes should skim your body, not cling to it like sausage casing! Think high-waist, wide trousers, and A-line or flared skirts.
  • Don't cover your curves! Big clothes on big bodies only make you look bigger.
  • Skirts should end just before or under the kneecap. Your legs will look longer.
  • Shorter, fitted jackets will also flatter your legs—and waist.
  • Avoid elasticized waistbands. They might be comfortable, but they add bulk to your midsection.
  • Keep necklines open. A deep V- or scoop neck lengthens your neck.
  • A dress with a belt will cinch you in, focusing attention on your smaller waist.
  • Wide feet need to be counterbalanced with wide heels. A thinner heel only draws attention to your wider foot.

  •                      This would definetly look good on any curvy lady..


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