How to Dress With Big Thighs

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Your natural features will play a large role in selecting what types of dresses to wear. Dress with big thighs 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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Video Transcript

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 with the different body types and how to take advantage of you assets and balance out your figure by choosing the right outfit to wear. One issue that a lot of women tend to be cautious about is having large thighs and some tricks that you can use to minimize the appearance of large thighs are making sure you wear darker colors towards the bottom of your body, towards your hips and, and thigh area. Black, brown, indigo are great colors. Take to, to loser, not so tight fitting styles that are going to show every, every curve of your body; good fit is important, not too big, not too small. If you're going to wear pants, try to stick to the straight leg ones, not boot cut and dresses that are more flowy like the empire waist dresses and A lines. One thing that helps a lot to minimize the big thighs are wearing high heels. They tend to elongate your legs and give you a set to a more slender figure in general. Well, thank you for watching. I hope you learned a few things today; the idea is to pick the right outfit, the, 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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