If you are reading this there is an 80% percent chance you are a woman, so hopefully you will resonate with exactly what I am about to say. I absolutely love an hourglass figure, nipping the waist in to hopefully claim that desired hourglass figure. Ok, I know as a feminist I really shouldn’t be desiring this coveted look however, as a woman I seriously cannot help it. As you would have seen in previous posts weight gain is the ultimate bane of my life and you know things like the gym and diet can obviously help me achieve that blah blah blah. However, being the winter months, the chance of me achieving my goal waist size is like, nil.
So of course, where gym and exercise fails fashion works. Need longer legs, jump on some chunky heels, bigger ass butt pads will do and bigger tits make your way down to Victoria Secrets. So of course, want smaller waist run to chunky belts, nipped in dresses and create the ultimate illusion of the hourglass figure.
We ask how do one go about dropping inches around your waist without the excessive sweating or low blood pressure (waist cinches).
Welcome the simple and easy to use waist band. Go simple or splash out in colours and make your waist your ultimate focal point. Designers such as Dolce and Gabbana, Altuzarra implemented bands as part of the fashion items cutting your dressing time to half.
I personally love a good belt, can be worn over a jacket, cardigan and just about anything. Wanna change up your look swiftly just add a belt, Marc by Marc Jacobs and Roksanda
Marc by Marc Jacobs
There is nothing more pretty and girly than a bow. So if you wanna ass the ultimate girly feature to your style then follow Jason Wu .
What are your favourite ways to accentuate your waist?
Lets Nip in the waist
20Fossil Geo Printed Belt
10Vince Camuto Woven Stretch Belt
10Tory Burch Leather Chain Belt
10Glint Cartouche Beaded Stretch Belt
10Moschino Logo Plate Belt
10Halogen Twist Waist Belt
10Steven By Steven Madden Obi Belt
10Halogen Metal Plate Leather Belt
All images from Vogue.co.uk