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6 Fashion Styles Which Show Off Your Curves Beautifully

6 Fashion Styles Which Show Off Your Curves Beautifully

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Us girls with the curves understand how hard it is to find clothes which are flattering. The problem is, most women hide their curvaceous figure in baggy clothes and unappealing designs. Flaunt those beautiful curves with these six simple fashion tips which can make you look sexy, sophisticated or stylish, depending on the circumstance of course!


Upper: Tight-fitting tops


Nothing says flaunting your curvy torso than wearing tight-fitting tops. One crucial tip when going for this style is to balance your overall shape out. For example, if you wear a tight-fitted blouse, ensure that you put on a puffy skirt, so your curves and breasts are more defined. You also need to ensure that the top isn’t too tight but also is just the right tautness to show off your curvaceous figure.


Upper: Plunge necklines


For the ladies who have large breasts, we recommend tops which have a V-shape, boat and scoop necklines to give a subtle, sexy look. Make sure that the top is not too low but is just right, so just a glimpse of your breasts can be seen. Again, wear a looser skirt to really exaggerate the top half of your body.


Upper: Belt with a blouse


Whether you’re stuck in the office all day or going out in the town with the gals, this style suits any occasion. Typically suiting women with smaller stomachs, this choice works best with a flared blouse/top and a big belt just under the ribcage. For the lower part of the outfit, a mini skirt or pencil skirt would fit just nicely.


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Lower: Black, tight-fitting jeans


It’s no myth that black clothes make you look slim! Not only that, but they show off your curves with chic and finesse. For the women who wish they could have a bigger backside, but can’t afford Allure Plastic Surgery just yet, skinny jeans are magic at giving the appearance of a bigger booty. Try them if you haven’t already!


Lower: Straight-cut trousers


On the complete contrary, you could wear straight-cut, classy trousers. This style suits women who want to show off their booty more than their legs and goes great with tight-fitting tops. Also, it’s perfect for the summer time as they show off your hourglass figure and keep you cool at the same time.


Lower: Figure-hugging pencil skirt


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This one will turn heads for sure! The best thing about pencil skirts is that they come in a variety of fabrics and look stunning if you get the upper part of the outfit right too. If you want to achieve the curvaceous look successfully, make sure to balance the rest of your outfit out (similar to wearing tight-tops). Wear a loose top or blouse to contrast against the hip-hugging skirt for the finest results.

Of course, these are just a few tips for showing off your curvy features. You can always think outside the box and try daring colours, accessories and even shoes. After all, you know the saying; new year, new you!

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Create The Ultimate Shoe Collection

Create The Ultimate Shoe Collection

You can never have too many shoes. Everyone knows somebody who lives by this mantra. Shoes are the ultimate accessory to express yourself whether you’re in a casual ballet pumps sort of mood or you’re ready to take on the world with a pair of statement heels. Only two things are holding you back from adding to your ever growing collection of footwear: budget and space. However, all is not lost. Check out the five must have shoe styles that can bring any outfit to life while not breaking the bank.

  1. Sandals

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Summer is well and truly here so what better style to focus on first than the everyday sandal. Comfortable and cooling, sandals can go with anything from a chiffon dress to a pair of casual shorts. If you’re venturing to the beach for your vacation this year, be sure to choose a bold color for your sandal and consider going for a solid ankle support, especially if you’re wearing them day in, day out.

  1. Killer Heels

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No collection would be complete without those high heels. This is the pair of shoes that you want to spend a bit more of your hard-earned cash on. Opt for a classic print that oozes class and sophistication. When it comes to heel style, the world is your oyster with colorful stiletto heels allowing your creativity to run wild. Whether your heels are paired with a little black dress for a hot date or skinny jeans just to meet friends for lunch, you can’t fail to feel confident and sexy.

  1. Comfy Sneakers

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We all like to kick back once in a while, and a pair of trusty sneakers will allow you to carry off a simple, relaxed look effortlessly. Go for a slim-fitting pair, as sneakers can have a tendency of making your feet look unusually bulky. Store your footwear in a handy little sneaker storage box. This intelligent storage solution doesn’t have to stay in a fixed position, can be hidden away and saves you space allowing you more room for more shoes.

  1. Ankle Boots

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Have ankle boots ever gone out of fashion? Every year, new styles appear on the catwalk, but they are still accessible to the consumer via the high street. Classic suede cowboy-esque boots in a shade of tan will be one of your go to pairs of shoes. The ankle boot is the essential, versatile shoe that can be paired with anything to give your outfit that edgy look.

  1. Brogues

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The brogue has had a feminine makeover in recent years with mirror shine finishes and cute detailing added to a traditionally masculine shoe. A classic look for those of us who are a little more into geek chic, these can equally be worn to work or down to the park with your friends. These lace ups are a great addition to any wardrobe.

With this ultimate shoe collection, gone are the days of peering into your closet and despairing at not having the right pair of shoes. It’s time to go shopping!

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Dress for Success: What to Wear for An Interview

By Guest blogger Diana S.

Dress for Success: What to Wear for An Interview


image-7-1Looking for a job? Well, if you’re one of the lucky few who landed an opportunity for an interview, it’s important to take the necessary steps to make sure you actually get the job. Obviously, making a lasting first impression is one of the most important steps in any job interview, so how you dress can greatly increase or decrease the chances for success. That being said, whether you’re male or female, it’s best to prepare yourself properly for what awaits you and check out some of the biggest do’s and don’ts of interview apparel.

Inform Yourself

image-3-4Before you go window shopping to search for the perfect attire, it’s best to inform yourself thoroughly about the dress policy of the company you’re applying to. Major companies usually have a specific dress code that employees should follow, so dressing accordingly can greatly help you score some bonus points from the employer. Another factor that can greatly help you determine what type of attire you should wear is the type of job you’re applying for. For instance, while a formal suit works in most business settings, if yore applying for a creative job or a job in the fashion industry, perhaps you should tone it down a bit. It’s important to learn how to dress appropriately for the job you’re applying to, so the expression Dress for the job you want, not the job you have can sometimes be quite helpful (especially if you don’t have a job to start with.)


Fortunately for the male population, it doesn’t take much for a man to look dashing during an interview. When in doubt – a suit will suffice. The only thing men should pay attention to is the colour palette and combination of different materials. In order to avoid confusion, the best solution is to rely on dark colours like black, grey or navy blue in the combination with black or brown leather shoes. When it comes to fabrics, cotton is always the best choice, while a linen suit can be a good choice for summer. Accessorising should be quite simple and professional, so a nice watch and a single-coloured tie will be adequate. If you’re applying for a job in a company whose dress code is business casual, try to focus your attention more on that business part, rather than the casual. This means that trousers, leather shoes with a nice shirt and a blazer are a perfect combo, while sneakers, graphic t-shirts and similar should stay in your closet.


Ladies have more than a few options. For completely formal settings, women have the opportunity to choose from a wide array of ladies suits, which is a great option if you’re not used to wearing skirts or dresses. Another nice option is the pencil skirt-blouse combo, which always makes a great interview choice. Of course, there are certain fashion don’ts that women should simply avoid. Some of these things include too much sparkly accessories, shoes in bright colours and with huge heels, as well as too much makeup or flashy nails. A nice scarf or a pair of statement earrings are a far better choice, while a stylish hair pin can always leave a lasting impression, especially with a nice, professional hairstyle.

image-5-2Unless stated otherwise, it’s best to play it safe and go for a simple yet professional attire. The goal is to show your potential employer that you’re reliable, skilled and most importantly – the right person for the job. Your attire can greatly help you in achieving that, but it also depends on how you wear the garments. Feeling comfortable and natural in the clothes you wear is equally important as what you’re wearing.

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