Being Big isn’t a disease or a curse. All you need is a healthy dose of confidence. Looking fabulous isn’t about your body size but your ability to look glamorous in your outfits.
1. Don’t wear clothing that are too tight/small. It will make you look even bigger. But at the same time, don’t wear clothes that are too baggy.
2.Be well groomed. A size 20 woman who smells nicely of Chanel, has a lovely manicure, sits elegantly, and rocks a lush,
glossy head of hair, will win out every time over a skinny girl who looks like she needs a shower.
3.Be aware of the power of illusion. Sometimes you meet women and get bedazzled by their antique necklace, forties handbag, customised skirt and
exquisite make-up, that it’s some time before you realise they’re probably a size 18.
4.Be confident about your look because its most certain others will think the same way
5.Don’t wear things that are too tight on you. Not only will wearing tight cloths cause your body parts to bulge out, it will be hard to bend, sit or even walk
6.Big hair is a great help. It equates your size. Big women with short boyish haircuts risk the pea-head look. Shoulder-length curls,braids and long curls with fullness and gloss is a great complement to round, plump shoulders and a large bust.
7.Cleavage is a weapon to be used whenever possible. A beautifully exfoliated and
moisturised bust, not falling out but peeking out over a scoop neck or between the unbuttoned seams of a fitted shirt, will induce most people to forgive any other failings in your body.
8.Try out a wrap dress. They help bring out your shape and accentuate your hips.
Life is too short to be miserable. Everyone has flaws. Your appearance means a lot more than your size, so embrace yourself and always wear a smile!
Remember, it’s the inside that counts and not your body size.
Learn to love yourself first and know that the outfit is just a tip of the iceberg.
Take a picture of yourself wearing your outfit and get a firsthand look on where adjustments can be made, be it the fit, your hairstyle, or the accessories you’ve chosen.
Remember to be your BEST critic,
not your worst!!!.