How to Wear Concealing Clothing for Larger Women

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Concealing clothing is always designed to be worn in a very particular way that also takes your body type into consideration. Wear concealing clothing for larger women with help from an award-winning American fashion designer in this free video clip.

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Hello beauties, my name is Yuliya Raquel and I'm a Founder of Fashion Designer and Creative Director of IGIGI, an award-winning designer label in sizes 12 to 32 founded at igigi.com. Today, I'll be speaking about how to wear flattering clothing for women who wear larger sizes. After years of designing for full figured women, I found that creating a proportionate silhouette is the key to harmony in a look. Now, size is important, but truly most important is the fit. Choose garments that fit and flatter your shape and fit well on your body; not being to tight, not being too loose. Fit is the number one aspect of a great looking style. Now, if you select a really great fitting garment, don't be afraid to experiment with color. I love bright colors. Now, the two things that you remember, one is that darker, a little bit darker deeper colors, they actually hide. Now, brighter and lighter colors a little bit highlight. That's why it's important to really balance the cut of the garment with the color. Now, to finish your look, don't forget accessories. Don't be afraid of a large and bold jewelry because they look fabulous in your proportions. Wear or choose a larger size bag because it'll look perfectly proportionate and you it will not look too tiny. Dangly earrings will elongate the neck and will create a flirty look that you can have fun with. Don't be afraid of showing your curves. Don't be afraid of wearing clothing that really accentuate your body; to wear color and to really celebrate your beauty. Thank you for watching. I'm Yuliya Raquel from igigi.com.

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