Who is not always looking for gimmicks to slim our silhouette? … I think all of us 🙂
-we are always attracted to those clothes that can make us look taller and leaner!-
So, now it’s time to explain you how to value our body with a high-waisted skirt.
a high-waisted skirt to slim the silhouette: all the benefits of this item!
Whether mini, midi or long a high-waisted skirt will always slender the body making us appear more skinny and above all higher.
-the high waist skirt is ideal both for women with wide hips and for the short ones ! -
The high waist, in fact, marking the waist makes us look taller in the eyes of others and balances the particularly pronounced hips. The less tall women, then, must avoid low-waisted skirts or jeans and must prefer items that will mark their waist so to propel their silhouette.
a high-waisted to slim the silhouette: how to match it!
Needless to say, you must wear your high-waisted skirt with the top or shirt inside it, otherwise it would lose all its miraculous benefits.
-which is, then, the item to match the high-waisted skirt depends by the chosen model and by the occasion where you will wear it! -
The rule is always the same: if the skirt is wide, the top should be more tight, however, if the skirt is tight, you can wear a more voluminous blouse. You can match your high-waisted skirt with a shirt for a business appointment, a printed t-shirt for a casual look or a blouse with ruffles for a romantic date. The skinny ones, then, can even opt for a crop top!
a high-waisted skirt to slim the silhouette: my favorite solution!
-I have to admit that, among the solutions to look thinner, the high-waisted skirt is my favorite one for its timeless elegance and for its great versatility.-
With the arrival of spring, then, it is finally time to show off fluttering tulle and pencil jeans skirts!
Now, though, I’m really curious to know what is your favorite model of high waisted skirt.
Let me know yours in the comments!
tshirt – MARTI COUTURE // skirt and shoes – ZARA // bomber – MANGANO // clutch – MARC WAVE
ph. Federica Ariemma