I strongly believe: If the clothes you want to buy don't fit you well and pull it off pretty good with your personality and attitude, then it must be the clothes that were made NOT for you.
I mean, Come on! How many years ahead we would let ourselves "torturing" our body and soul to get fit to the smallest size of clothes?
As every women, every men, everyone, are genuinely different for all kind of small things - we can not expect to wear the same XSSSS size of dress, or tee or even jeans! For God's sake, what's the matter of having a curvy, big butt or boobs, or cheek like a chubby? Is it measuring how smart you are huh? Or is it referring directly for people to see your kindhearted and nice personality? NO. I say, NOT AT ALL.
Well, here you go.
This is a general overview (not a sort of rules you gotta follow, dear...) to dress up and show off your best parts. Remember, "best parts" doesn't mean you have to show off some skin or wear an-unfinished-look-alike dress.. lol
Fit is essential.
The most important rule to remember when it comes to dressing your body is FIT. If your clothes are too tight, you won’t look or feel good. If they’re too loose, ditto. Clothes that fit you perfectly will be more flattering than anything else, period.
Black minimizes & white maximizes.
If you want to draw attention to a certain part of your body – like your great legs or toned upper body, wear white or another light color on that part. Light colors create a focal point, while dark colors take the attention away. Stick to light colors and pastels for areas that you want to be seen.
Patterns draw attention.
Just like the color white, you can use bold patterns to draw attention to certain parts of your outfit. To draw attention to your upper body, wear a patterned top with a plain pair of pants or a skirt and opaque tights. Or what about polka dot ballet flats and a funky patterned scarf? The options are endless.
Fashion is all about proportions.
Ever wonder why an outfit just looks great on someone, even though you don’t particularly like the clothes? It’s probably because of the proportions of that look. When an outfit is balanced, it looks symmetrical, something that’s visually pleasing to most people.