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Curvaceous figure takes over the world slowly but surely. This means that we can have a much better choice of wardrobe for almost all sizes and shapes, which makes creating the trendy outfit so much easier. Therefore, you have no excuse to look plain and simple, even if you have those gorgeous curves to flaunt. All you need to look fabulous is a little guidance, and you’ll look like a true fashion icon this spring.

Accentuate the waist

One of the best parts of a curvy figure is a tiny well-defined waist that gives the entire physique a gorgeous shape. That’s precisely why you should use every opportunity to accentuate it with stylish pieces. Formfitting dresses and skirts are perfect choices to make the waist prominent, and flaunt those beautiful curves. Furthermore, consider colour blocking for an excellent emphasis of the midriff. A cinched-in middle will be one of the best options to make the waist prominent. Also, use belts or beading at the midriff to make it as noticeable as possible, and allow the womanly figure to step out.

Create symmetry

Wide hips, tiny waist, full bust and prominent bottom is what makes the curvy figure beautiful. However, unlike the lower part, the upper body sometimes tends to look too noticeable, which is where the jackets can help. Namely, if you go for plus size denim jackets you’ll perfectly balance out the wide hips and make the entire figure look leaner. If you add a pair of heels to an entire ensemble, it’ll make your figure even slimmer. Furthermore, consider fitted jackets that end just under your hips, to get that perfect symmetry and thin physique. A-line dresses are the best choice for creating symmetry, since they’ll downplay the lower half. If you go for structured pieces with flare, but without an exaggerated bottom, you’ll do great. As long as the top half of the dress is slim and cut close to the body, your figure will be flawless.

Stylish plaid

Gingham plaid screams spring. The classic print is perfect whether you pick it for a dress, shirt, or a skirt. A shawl collar sash waist dress is all you need to look amazing on a gorgeous spring day. Consider matching the dress with a pair of wedges and a cute purse for the ultimate stylish look. Since it’s nicely tight at the waist and has an A-line bottom, your figure will look amazing.

Go for skirts

A skirt is one of the most feminine pieces of clothing, and curvy women look exceptionally attractive wearing it. Therefore, if you’re planning a little night out, or a date, consider wearing a pleated midi skirt, and pair it with a nice stylish blouse. Tuck the blouse in, and accentuate your petite waist. The skirt should reach to the half of the calf, so you can show off those beautiful ankles and trendy heels.

Show a bit of skin

If you’re looking for sexy yet slimming effect, slits can do wonders for you. A long black gown with a slit high up the thigh, and cinched waist will perfectly show off every inch of your impeccably chiselled body. The leg will be visually elongated, while you’ll get the waist that everybody wish they had. Furthermore, if you’re not a fan of slits, a little cleavage can be a good alternative. Highlight your décolletage with just enough skin to look stylish but not provocative.

Final thoughts

Spring is the perfect season to play with colours, cuts and wardrobe pieces. Therefore, if you want to look your best, be sure to consider some of the previously mentioned suggestions and show off those gorgeous curves the first chance you have. 

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