Who doesn’t want to flaunt a slimmer and fitter look? But not everybody is blessed with a toned and lean body, hence we have come to your rescue with these simple and easy ways and tips which will make you look no less than a Bollywood star. Fret no more, just keep these tips in mind whenever you are purchasing or wearing that Indian traditional outfit which can make you look like a million bucks instantly & effortlessly!
>> If you are heavy on the top, you can hide that unwanted flab by wearing a cape style outfit. Make sure you do not opt for capes in very thick and heavy materials like velvets, lycra etc. You can opt for soft nets or flowy chiffons for a slimmer and more amazing look. Here is an example for a cape style outfit to make you look lovely:
>> Opt for bottoms which are narrow like cigarette pants and not for round flared salwars or flared patialas which will only make you look bulkier. Choose fabrics like santoon, crepe silk or satin for a toned yet stylish look. These fabrics have the ability to make you look slimmer without much effort. Below is an example for pant style outfit:
>> If you are heavier at the bottom that is on the thighs and hips part and want to conceal them then layering and flare is the key. Choose anarkalis with a lot of flare or ghera as these can fake a slimmer look and hide the problem areas in a jiffy! Fabrics like georgette, net, chiffons can be opted for. Find our pick below for a kalidar anarkali suit:
>> To avoid looking bulkier and to hide that extra flab on the arms, go for 3/4th or full sleeves instead of short and mega sleeves. This will camouflage the extra fat and make you look slimmer. Do not go for transparent sleeves in fabrics like net, thin chiffon etc., but choose materials which are opaque like georgette which will conceal the problem areas. Take a look below where short sleeves can draw eyes to the flab while longer ones can hide it:
>> Say a big no-no to body hugging and tight fitting Indian wear which will only highlight and draw attention to your unwanted flab. Instead opt for ethnic wear which is a little loose in fabrics like soft cotton, georgette or chiffon. You can even choose a anarkali style with few kalis to camouflage the bulky waist area. Here is an example:
These are a few tips which will make you stand out from the crowd and will make you look slimmer in Indian wear, but how you carry yourself in whatever you wear matters the most! Happy shopping! :)