dress for body type


Finding the perfect outfit can be difficult, especially if you want to wear something that makes your curves look good. If you have a skinny body and are looking for outfits that will flatter your figure and make it look curvaceous, there are some things that you need to know about how to create an attractive silhouette.

Checkout the 7 tips that will help you to dress curvy for your skinny body:

  • Avoid baggy clothes

Avoid baggy clothes.

Baggy clothes are unflattering and make you look bigger, sloppy, or like a kid. They hide your curves and don’t flatter your body type. Baggy clothing can also be uncomfortable if it’s too heavy for the weather (such as winter).

  • High waisted pants and skirts.

If you have a slim frame, high waisted pants and skirts are a great way to show off your curves. They’re flattering on all body types, and will make you feel confident about yourself.

On the other hand, if you have an hourglass shape or larger hips (or both), high waisted pants and skirts may not be as flattering as low waist ones. However, they still look great!

  • Midi dresses.

A midi dress is a great way to show off your curves. They are usually quite fitted, so you don’t have to worry about it showing any lumps or bumps—and they’re easy to pair with flats or heels.

How do I wear them?

  • Pair it with high-waisted pants and a simple jacket for work, then change into something more comfortable at night (like leggings).
  • Wear it as an evening gown—but if you’re running late, try adding some jewelry like earrings or necklace after dinner!
  • Tailored coats and jackets.

If you are slim, avoid oversized coats. They make your waist look bigger and can make your shoulders look broader. Instead, opt for tailored jackets that are cut for a smaller frame. You can also add a belt to help define your waistline and make it look smaller.

If you’re not sure what jackets are right for you, try going into any store that sells clothes and asking the salesperson if they have anything in the right size range—for example, if they don’t have any jackets specifically designed for women who are 5’11”, ask if they have anything shorter than 6 feet tall (which would be considered petite).

  • Knee-length shorts.

Knee-length shorts can be a great way to show off your legs. They’re also a great way to show off your calves, because they’re so short! Plus, they look great with any kind of shoe or sandal you want to wear them with.

  • Go for skinny jeans.

The best way to show off your curves is with skinny jeans. They can be worn with heels or flats, and they’re perfect for pairing with a blouse or vest. You’ll also be able to wear them with a big scarf, leather jacket (if you want), or even just an oversized shirt underneath.

  • Wear blazers with length to balance out the figure.

You can wear a blazer over anything, including jeans and a tee. If you’re going for the “I’m wearing something formal” look, then pair it with a dress or top—but if you want to add some casual coolness, then lace up your favorite pair of leggings!

Blazers are also great because they can be tailored to fit your body shape perfectly (or not at all). If they don’t quite fit right, no one will know unless they really pay attention when looking at yourself in the mirror!


I hope that this article has been helpful and encouraging for you to confidently wear clothes that will make your body look amazing. You can create a curvy silhouette by wearing clothes that are more fitted, tailored and structured.

  • Wear fitted clothing. This will help give you shape and definition in your body while also making it easier for people to see what they’re looking at (and not just their legs). It might feel like more work than just wearing normal clothes, but once you get into it—and if those fitted jeans aren’t holding up anymore—you’ll be glad they were worth it!

Remember, it is never too late to start loving yourself, as long as you are willing to work hard for it!

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