The Curvy Gal
You’ve got to go through with a little trouble of reading through this boring piece of article, if you really wanna figure out how to dress like a pretty little curvy gal. So, do all my curvy sisters agree that with the limited dress code of Shalwar Kameez, it definitely gets hard to bring in something new to the wardrobe?
This is where I come in to help you ladies out! As we all know short shirts and straight pants have been trending from quite a while now. Our beloved Designers have tried their best to throw some Tulip Shalwars in the “Fashion Mix”, but they didn’t quite appeal to the larger crowd. Since last year we have also been spotting some flared trousers (or as some of us call them “Bell Bottoms”) making a grand reappearance. Then this year by the will of God Almighty some magic happened and A-line shirts descended upon us from the curvy heaven.
This! Right here sisters, is the key to working a twist into our boring wardrobes. You all must know the pain of buying ready- made straight Kurtas and then having them stuck to your pretty curvy bums. Then moving on and buying a larger size just so you wouldn’t have to get them refitted from below the waist, later regretting because your shoulders are drooping and you look even flabbier. The problems just don’t seem to end when all you want to do is look pretty or decent, but instead it gets you a lot of critics, who have absolutely no other job but to criticize your weight (as if you didn’t really know it was there in the first place).
Straight pants and A-line shirts are your salvation. You just have to make sure that it’s lose enough to be comfortable and fitted enough to look classy. If you are a jeans kinda girl, that’s even better. Just remember that buying the right size of clothing is essential, because skinny jeans are not just for skinny girls (trust me). Your shirts are supposed to be long enough to cover your bums, because if you’re a curvy girl, you are already giving way too much mental attention to your bottom than it needs. Always buy shirts that are mid-thigh at the least. You can rock those A-line shirts and even straight shirts (with the right fitting of course), on top of straight cigarette pants or jeans. Or if you have a nice pair of heels, those bell bottoms can come in handy too. If its long and flared enough to hide your shoes, it might just help your legs look a mile long with a mid-thigh shirt. And I don’t really need to tell you, that the taller you look, the better you carry your curves. Last but not the least don’t go for bell bottom sleeves too often, three quarter sleeves or full sleeves work just fine, have them fitted and another chubby problem gone. Even if you think your arms are fat, they will very subtly balance out with almost straight fitted sleeves.
Now all this comes from my very own miserable, personal experiences and I hope it helps some of you out, because who else will help a sister out?