For the last couple seasons the silhouette of choice has been floaty and loose-fitting shift styles. Since fashion seems to work in extremes it seems only appropriate that there is a new shift towards tighter, body conscious outfits. The style, popularized by major designers like Alaia in the 1990's is a poplar opposite from the loose tunics and babydoll dresses we've pumped into our wardrobe. Slowly but surely bandage dresses and stretchy spandex fabrics have been sneaking their way onto red carpets and into retail stores.
So what's a girl to do to adjust her clothes to a new snugger style?
Instead of going out to revamp your wardrobe try adjusting clothing pieces you already own:
- -use belts to cinch a loose floaty top
- -tuck shirts in to keep things smooth and snug
- -balance out a tight body conscious piece with something loose and floaty or voluminous
- -try wearing undergarments like Spanx to look lean and toned