How to Dress Bottom-Heavy Plus-Size

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How you wear your clothes can change a number of things, and can also give your body a different appearance. Learn how to dress bottom heavy for plus-size with help from a professional image consultant in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Tina Gill with Worthwhile Style, and today I'm going to give you a few tips on how to dress the bottom heavy plus size woman. So first I want to start off with this great dress and the reason this works for the bottom heavy woman is that it has this great band here and everything else floats away from the body. This is perfect for women that has a rounder rear end or a wider hip or if you carry your weight low in your tummy or really low in your tummy, this is a great thing here. It has this nice flat panel down the front and the pleat goes up here. So what this is going to do is hit you here right at the smallest part of your body and then float away. The neckline on this is really nice too. It's got some great rouging up here so even if you're a little bit larger chested and bottom heavy, this is going to fit that body type as well. Another great option for the bottom heavy woman is to wear a wide legged trouser. These are perfect for women. What you do is you fit the largest part of your body here at the waist and then you have your trousers go straight to the ground from there. They will totally fit you here and float away from the body. What this creates is a longer leaner, leg line and that is one way of how to make a bottom heavy woman look thinner. Another great option is adding a nice heel. This has a slight platform here so it's a lot less intimidating than a super high heel but still pretty comfortable to work in. It's got a nice kind of rounded but a hint of a point to the toe and that's a great shoe too for a woman that's bottom heavy because it's going to elongate the line of the leg again. So as you can see if you're trying to dress the bottom heavy woman, what you want to do is fit the smallest part of your body on a dress or a skirt would work too and have it float away from your body. This slight A line is perfect for that. A wide legged trouser is another great option paired with a platform heel. I'm Tina Gill with Worthwhile Style. Thanks for watching.


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