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Actually each of us has problem areas on our bodies. For some it is the thigh, for example the belly for others. While there is a lot of styling trend, that makes the fat deposits almost disappear and makes you look slimmer, there are unfortunately some clothes that do exactly the opposite.
Even if a certain cut is currently very trendy for trousers, this can ensure that to highlight their problem areas instead of concealing them.
The following sections tell you which items of clothing you should definitely remove from your wardrobe if you don’t want to look like you’ve put in a few extra kilos.
Yes, leggings are comfortable. But while they feel pleasant, the mirror usually gives you a different feeling. The reason is that this type of “pants” is particularly close to the legs and therefore emphasizes every little flab.
This does not mean that you should avoid leggings completely if you weigh a few extra pounds. However, this garment can often conjure up kilos and make you look fatter than you are.
Of course, this also depends on the material and the color of the leggings. If, then you should only wear them during training and it is best to choose a model in black.
2. Low-rise jeans
Many people choose jeans these dayswho has a low waist compared to those that protrude above the navel (high waist). The reason is Convenience.
You don’t feel the tightness on your stomach. However, if you are not quite tall and slim, such jeans can doom you.
It often happens that the belly “oozes out” over the edge of the pants. Even for people who are only a few pounds overweight or not overweight at all, this can lead to that they look a lot heavier than they actually are. So when you buy your next pair of jeans, forget about convenience and opt for good looks.
3. The “onion look”
The term “onion look” is understood to mean a trend in which one wears several items of clothing on top of one another. Especially in winter, this affects an undershirt, a T-shirt, a sweater, a jacket and usually also a scarf.
While this keeps you warm and often looks good, but can make it look like as if you had a few pounds more on your ribs.
Of course, this doesn’t mean that you should freeze in winter. However, try to wear as few items of clothing as possible and rather with a thicker sweater as a thin and an additional T-shirt to grip underneath. Even a thick scarf can often be replaced with a cloth.
4. Clothing too tight
Tight clothing is both pants and sweaters, often in vogue. In many cases, however, clothing can be too tight become an aesthetic letdown.
Especially if the pants are the right size but have problems getting dressed, it’s probably better if you pick a bigger number.
Even if you are not overweight, tight clothing in the wrong places can lead to rolls that make you look fatter than you are. At the end of the day, no one knows what size of clothing you are wearing. For this reason you shouldn’t be ashamed of changing from S to M if you look good.
Pants, blouses and bikinis can also have ruffles and often these give the garment a special look. The problem with this, however, is that they can often give the impression that you have fat deposits.
That is because they cover the frills the wrong parts of the body, create problem areas, that you actually don’t have. If you absolutely want to grab a piece of clothing with ruffles, you should pay attention to where it ends up.
On the arms generally they should hardly cause any problems. On the stomach, on the hip and on the buttocks, caution is advised. Before you decide to buy, look at yourself in the mirror.
Nowadays, a giant sweater that is practically three times the size that one usually wears is trendy. The problem with these so-called “oversized” clothes is, however, that they can make the wrong person look bulky.
These clothes cover the natural curves of the body, giving the impression that you have fat pads in certain places. If it absolutely has to be a giant sweater, you should pair it with tight pants.
Even if it can look disadvantageous, the contrast can at least make you look slimmer. And if you want to wear extra comfortable pants in a larger size, pair them with a tight-fitting t-shirt.
7. The wrong colors
Of course, nobody can tell you what color your garments should be. However, there are different colors that fit better and worse for certain body types.
Bright colors, for example, are particularly striking and look great on certain parts, however, they can also draw attention to fat deposits. It is therefore better to use subtle colors that can conceal the fat deposits.
However, this doesn’t have to be just black. A dark blue, gray or a mixture of these colors also looks good. Especially in winter or autumn, when you have to wear several pieces of clothing on top of each other anyway, these subtle colors help you to look slimmer.
8. Too many patterns
There are different items of clothing that have patterns and are given a special touch. However, you should be careful because the wrong patterns will make you look fatter. On the one hand, this applies to checked patterns, for example.
These are always trendy, however, can adversely affect problem areas. Overall, the body appears wider and thicker than it is at these points.
However, you must do not entirely do without patterns. Just pay attention to the material of the clothing. It should be a bit thinner overall, so it’s almost see-through. Then namely, the garment hugs the body differently, so that the patterns do not interfere at all.
9. Skinny jeans
The problem with skinny jeans is not just getting into them, but often what they look like in the end. The problem isn’t always just her body, but also the cut, because there are many different models that look different.
Generally, the problem is that these very tight-fitting jeans can either emphasize problem areas or create new ones that actually don’t exist.
You can often make your butt look much larger than it is. Often it helps if you wear a longer top, that goes over your butt and also covers part of the legs. It is best, however, to forego tube service entirely.
10. Horizontal stripes
There are many items of clothing that have beautiful stripe patterns and may therefore catch your eye. However, you should make sure that the clothing has no horizontal stripes.
These are known to make them look thicker than they are. If it is absolutely necessary to use stripes as a pattern, then use vertical stripes.
Although these do not necessarily let your entire pounds drop optically, they do not at least ensure that your problem areas are highlighted. In this context, it should also be ensured that the strips are as thin as possible. However, do not try to wear a striped top and pants.
11. Wrong feedback
The last tip in our list does not concern a particular style of clothing, but should rather be considered a general tip. We often get a second opinion about our clothes.
It is important that you receive honest feedback. Friends are reluctant to tell you that you don’t look good in certain clothes, however, this is important.
But also be critical of yourself and look at yourself in the mirror from all sides. So nice one Pants or a top, because if it doesn’t fit properly and doesn’t look good on you, you will not really feel comfortable in the end.