Saturday, April 20, 2013

Get Bigger Hips - Fashion Tips on How to Make Hips and Bust Look Bigger (Fashion Blog Post)

Women with big butts are...


beautiful.

I mean it. I've always envied women with curves. I remember watching Marilyn Monroe in Some Like It Hot when I was 10, thinking, "how wonderful! I'm going to be voluptuous like her one day."

Unfortunately, "one day" never came. My body developed differently, and like most Asian women, it lacks T & A.

 

Well hey, it's okay.


Because I can get bigger hips without developing the "goods" biologically -- thanks to curve-forging clothes.

Please read the rest of this fashion blog post to find out what fashion tips make hips and bust bigger.



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How to make hips and bust look bigger:




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1. Cinch your waist


It's all about proportions: a smaller waist makes bust and butt look bigger. So cinch your waist -- and do it tastefully -- with belts or fitted and high-waisted style.

 
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Belt is by Betsey Johnson. Got it before my first pregnancy. Though snug, I'm glad it still fits.

 

2. Have better posture


Stand tall, throw your shoulders back, and lean one hip out. Carry yourself in a way that pronounces your assets.

 
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So hard to practice good posture all the time. But you gotta try.
 

3. Pick the right clothing


Truth is: every woman has curves

You too. You just need to wear the right clothes.

In addition to aforementioned waist-cinching style, try jeans with back pockets, skirts, fitted tops, v necks, wrap dresses, or tops with ruffles around your bust.


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Experimenting with a new pose.
 

4. Wear lighter colors on the bottom


Lighter colors make everything look bigger. If you want to accentuate hips, wear lighter colors on the bottom.


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Love this skirt's blush color and lively pleats.


5. Wear heels


Heels lift your legs -- and make your butt more conspicuous.


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Kicking up a foot to show you my new heels.
 

At 35, I've accepted the body that God gave me.

 

But it doesn't mean I can't use clothes to look better.

 

What about you, girlie?

 

Do you have any suggestions on how to get bigger hips and bust?


 


Article Source:

She Knows | It's a Cinch | http://www.sheknows.com/beauty-and-style/articles/974505/5-easy-ways-to-define-your-waist

Yahoo Voices | How to Get Wider Hips by Selecting the Right Clothing | http://voices.yahoo.com/how-wider-hips-selecting-right-clothing-3773306.html?cat=46
 

31 comments:

  1. I'm curvy and I would like to be a little less curvy, I guess it is true that the grass is always greener on the other side...
    You look gorgeous in the first photo...

    byee

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  2. stunning dear, you're stunning!!!!
    xoxo

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  3. Let me say that you look flawless and have enjoy (and agree) your tips!:) Kisses! xo

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  4. You are so amazing dear!
    xoxo

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  5. Thank you so much for sharing! You look great!~

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  6. omg, you are insanely gorgeous girl!!! these are great tips... my bottom is quite curvy compared to the rest of my body, but I can see how your suggestions would work well!

    Ellie | Ellalogy 

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  7. I'm waay too skinny, and always wanted to be more curvy, especially on the bust department :-D
    So these tips are of great help :-P

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  8. this look is pretty work appropriate, nice mix of colours and balance of volume<3

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  9. I'm already curvy. I wish I could give some away. HaHaHa

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  10. OMG great tips dear! Love the waist cincher belt! I can definitely follow this look at the office too hehe. Beautiful look :)

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  11. You look beautiful, I especially love that last picture!! Great pose :)

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  12. Great tips for us all. I must try wearing lighter colours to make my hips bigger- need it! :)

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  13. Fun post, darling!
    You have such a gorgeous figure!

    xoxox,
    CC

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  14. Great tips! You look so lovely and curvy...and such a refreshment to see something other than "how to look thin" type of article. I don't understand this obssession with being impossible thin, not to say that there aren't people who're naturally thin but really they're a minority...and usually the wish they weren't skinny.

    Personally, I like all body types and I think that people who feel comfortable in their body tend to be the ones we perceive as best looking. For most women this means, embracing your curves, so this article is right on!

    as to my tips...I agree with everything what you had said, (high waist especially!) I would just say that horizontal stripes make one wider so they can come in hand to women who want to make their bust area look bigger....same goes for most patterns, like animal print and so on.

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  15. great tips and lovely look! very cool look

    Lyosha
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  16. You've nailed it in this one! Your outfit is beautiful and its curve-enhancing properties are a nice added bonus.

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  17. This is a great post! I am tall and slim as well and I don't have many curves either. Dressing a certain way certainly helps, though, and what you wrote here is all great advice :-) I think you look stunning.

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  18. I love this outfit and I agree with everything.

    xo Jo

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  19. Wonderful tips, dear, and they DO work ! You have a wonderful figure, you know this ? Kisses

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  20. Great outfit honey!

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  21. Love this look!

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  22. Thank you very much! :)
    Nice Tips! I would like to be a little less curvier haha

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  23. You look great!! Your body is beautiful! Nice outfit and I love your shoes.

    xo Marie
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  24. Well, I definitely don't need my hips to be any bigger... but I think you look gorgeous in this curve-enhancing look!

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  25. Great suggestions! I didn't realize that light-colored clothing will actually accentuate the bottoms. I shall try that next time :)

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  26. I agree with your tips. Wearing belts, fitted tops, waist cinching clothes all help accentuate curves. I love your outfit. Simple, chic and figure flattering.

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  27. I love love LOVE your outfit girly! :) You look great and i think your body is perfect. I love the idea of cincing the waist area...def makes a difference =)
    Btw, you look SO youthful and young!

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