Dresses That Make Hips Look Smaller

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Certain types of dresses are great for slightly altering the natural shape of your body. Find out about dresses that make your hips look smaller with help from an accomplished designer who has worked for several notable fashion houses and apparel brands in this free video clip.

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My name is Cenia Paredes and I'm a Fashion Designer. I design women's dresses and my line has a very special concept to it because this forfeits for the most predominant body types of the female in America. So, today, we're going to discuss how to dress for the different body types and how to take advantage of your assets and balance out your figure by choosing the right outfit to wear. If you happen to have a, a fuller bottom part of your body, you have a more of a pear shape, it is a good idea to keep the bottom part of your body, your hip area cleaner. Make sure the details are at the top, from the waist up, the shoulders, the chest. Silhouettes that work really well to conceal and make you look thinner at the hips are A-lines and baby doll, empire waist type of dresses. Another way to hide and minimize your hip area and thighs, larger thighs are to use flowy dresses that conceal and tend to hide these, these problem areas of your body. Well, thank you for watching. I hope you learned a few things today; the idea is to pick the right outfit, the tilt are in the right place and the right accessories. I'm Designer Cenia Paredes, Designer of Cenia New York, and my line combines all the things that we talked about, this forfeits for the most predominant body types and is sold in specialty boutiques throughout America. It's also the Beauty in Macy's this summer and is available online. We are here at Showroom New York at the heart of the Garment Center in New York City and thank you for watching.

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