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STYLE - ALL BLACK EVERYTHING X HOW TO SLAY YOUR CURVES IN A BLACK DRESS

Its very amazing how an outfit can e spiced up and transformed into a whole new different style with the use of a simple fashion accessory. The waist Belt, High waist Pants / skirts, Maxi, Midi and Bodycon dresses are my favorites when it comes to accentuating my curves. Every woman have curves, some are voluptuous, others are moderate, while others are feminine must haves! If you know what I mean *winks*

Some weeks back,I rocked a long bodycon turtleneck dress to host the 5th Edition of the 
Lagos Makeup Fair HERE,  I know I have been gushing about this for a while now, lol! The dress felt plain without any accessories on, but as the MC, I decided to up my game and distinguish myself from the crowd.


With a tiny silver waist belt to give me a slimmer midriff round my waist, an inverted triangle silver neck chain and a mini gladiator sandal, I was good to go. Even Kim got nothing on me! cos I squat and sit up *Lol* Waist belts are now my favourites fashion accessories because it can give an outfit a whole new different look.


            
To Enhance your curves and give the impression of a tiny waist, Fashion accessories such as a Tiny waist belt (for Slim people), a Wide waist belt (for plus size people) and High waisted outfits such as palazzo pants, Culottes and Midi bodycon Skirts is the way to go If you want to enhance your curve without waist trainers.



HACKS: Make sure not to overfeed before wearing a bodycon, so that your stomach doesn't bulge out. 
  • For comfort, make sure not to tighten the belt around your midriff. 
How else can you achieve a slimmer midriff? What are your favourite fashion accessories? Kindly share in the comment section.

Outfit Details:
Gown: Laos Island
Silver belt: MRP
Neck Piece: MRP




Comments

  1. Banging body
    I love the dress and especially the sandals

    New post on my blog

    STYLEBYENKAY.boogspot.com

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  2. The dress looks beautiful. The body looks beautiFULLER ;-P I love bodycons are they are so simple and even without accessories, tend to look just great. I love the waist belt you have on too, sort of draws the eyes to the curves. About the squats you talked about... please how do you do them and have you seen results? Thanks. I really await your response.

    CherishExpress

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    1. Hi Cherish, thanks for the compliments dear, as for the squats? baby girl it works! I can send you a fitness youtube link via email.

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