Let’s Define That Waistline

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Imagine putting on what you think is a killer outfit only to look in the mirror and realize you instead feel like a blob. If you’ve fallen victim to the undefined waistline, you’re not alone. Here are a few tricks to easily create a waistline that both flatters and accentuates your curves – and not the other way around.

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Tuck and Go

Tucking in your shirt is the fastest and easiest way to create a waistline. If you’re concerned about a tucked-in top looking bulgy or bulky, opt for wearing a bodysuit, which can create a super-sleek look.

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Higher and Higher

We love high-waisted pants because they automatically create a more slender-looking silhouette. Tucking a shirt into these pants can also help give that illusion of a narrow waist. Even if you don’t love high-waisted pants, try a pair that hits your waistline just a half-inch higher than your usual style. You won’t regret it!

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Peplum Tops

There are two types of people in this world: those who love peplums and those who despise them. If you’re the type that fancies them, you know they’re best for days you’re feeling a bit frumpy. When scouting for the perfect peplum top, make sure it’s structured enough to fit your body and doesn’t just hang on you.

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Get the Jumpsuit

Jumpsuits and rompers come with a very helpful tool for creating a waistline: a drawstring. They can be dressed up or down, and you can always add layers if you need to. We promise: The only time you’ll second-guess wearing one is when you have to go to the bathroom.

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Tailor It!

If you’re still struggling with invisible waistline syndrome, get thee to a tailor! The beauty of tailored garments is that they’re going to fit your body in a way that flatters it. You can say goodbye to feeling boxy or shapeless for good!

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