Although it is generally believed that many trends look great on skinny figures (we see more of skinny models on the runway), there are still some key items every skinny woman should invest in and some fashion no-no’s that are best avoided.
Now, what exactly can a slim girl rock and what outfit or fashion trend should she stay far away from? Read on to find some fashion tips for skinny girls.
A skinny girl needs all the curves she can get and belts can help you achieve this. Invest in slim belts in various colours and also bigger ones and pair them with tops or dresses for an even slimmer looking waist and wider looking hips.
Peplum style has been saving skinny girls from time immemorial and that is one of the many reasons this trend is not going anywhere any time soon. You can add curves with peplum style dresses and tops as the fitted top and flared out bottom pattern of these outfits make for perfect styling as they provide additional layers which are key for the slim girl.
Diamonds may be a girl’s best friend but all types of jewellery are the skinny girl’s best friend. You can’t have enough of jewelleries as a skinny girl because it gives you a fuller-looking body frame so don’t be afraid to pile on the bangles, bracelets and neck-pieces.
Ruffles, bows and a generally busy neckline is really great for slim girls as it creates some more volume to their silhouette which is key. Scoop, round and square necklines are also great because they create room for a cleavage which also creates volume in the upper region. These necklines can also be paired with busy neck-pieces.
Bright colours and patterns are another great trend which slim girls can embrace wholeheartedly because it makes for a better body frame creating the much-needed volume which slim girls need. To draw attention away from the upper half of your body you can invest in bright shoes, trousers or skirts,
The empire waist style is cinched in at the waist and then falls gracefully out in a flared manner. The cut of the empire waist is great for slim girls because it creates a fuller figure.
Source: Guardian Life