A waist cincher is a flattering accessory on any body type, as it accentuates the smallest part of the waist and creates and hourglass silhouette. Add a waist cincher belt to any outfit with helpful hints from a former model and actress in this free video on fashion advice.
I'm Wendi Braswell, style expert. I'm here today to show you how to use that waist cincher to accentuate our smallest part. It's a very sexy look. It really creates an hourglass shape. So, let's go over a few tips and style influence to wear that. It's a tricky trend to pull off, so our model today's going to show you that. And, we all we could have her perfect build, but I'm going to show you some tricks to accentuate your smallest part, which is usually right underneath the chest area and your waist. First of all, you're going to purchase a elastic waist cincher, because our body changes, ladies. So, it can work up and down, and also you want to make sure it's tight, and right on the smallest part such as her. Now, the base, we started with a good, black legging to elongate the leg. You want a longer tunic. This is a dress. I love it, because it has some color and some texture. We paired it with a boot. Now, the focal point here is going to be her waist. Now, a waist cincher really will create the hourglass that we're all trying to look for. So, when you do that, you want to put it at the smallest part, and you want to make sure it's tight. What you don't want to do is have a lot of fabric, loose fabric, because it would all bunch up. You see how this is seamless, not a lot of fabric, and it's fitted, okay? So, you want to make sure that it's balanced, that it fits you, that you don't have a lot of loose fabric to mess around, because that will add bulk. But, overall, try this trend, it's wonderful, it creates an hourglass. You can try it in many colors. I would probably do the black to be safe. But, she looks amazing, you can try it at home. I'm Wendi Braswell, WendiBraswell.com.