Dresses That Will Make Your Stomach Look Smaller

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Flowy dresses with empire waistlines are perfect for making your stomach look smaller. Learn about dresses that will make your stomach 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 there's four fits for the most predominant body types 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're trying to minimize your tummy a good idea is to wear dresses that are flowy, empire waistlines, they will hide everything that is in that area. Also try to stay away from bright colors or light colors around that area, prints are a great way to camouflage and spruce up your Fall look and it's also going to work to hide and minimize this area. Flowy fabrics such as chiffon and knits that are draped are really really great for working out and hiding this part of the body that you don't want to really accentuate. Another great way to minimize and conceal your tummy area is the use of wrapped dresses. They tend to accentuate your waist and bring the gathers and details more towards the tummy area and that way making it look more flat. So thank you for watching. I hope you learned a few things today, the idea is to pick the right outfit, the details 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. There's four fits for the four most predominant body types and it's sold in specialty boutiques throughout America. It's also debuting at Macy's this Summer. We are here in a showroom in New York at the heart of the garment center in New York City and thank you for watching.


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