We all have bits of our bodies that we don't like. If you're not too keen on your thighs then try following these tips on how to dress to hide big thighs...
If you’ve been blessed with a curvy figure you’ll no doubt sometimes find yourself feeling self-conscious about your thighs, we get it! While we know that the classically sexy hourglass figure should be celebrated, we also know that there are times that you wished you looked a teensy bit slimmer in your favourite jeans.
With these easy tips to try at home you’ll be flaunting your pins in no time at all. All of the solutions are inexpensive and simple, so that you can sneak them into your standard routine without hardly noticing a difference.
Click through to find out our top tips to help towards having slimmer-looking thighs, and where to buy the best things for the job…
Jeans and trousers that are bootcut or flared at the bottom will balance out your thighs and make them look slimmer – especially if you go for darker colours. Try these bootleg jeans from Marks & Spencers, for £35.
Shaping underwear will help give you a nice outline and keep your thighs squeezed in a bit! There are lots of options available including this whole body shaper from Debenhams for just £34.
When wearing skirts, go for A-line or floaty ones like this one for £18 from ASOS. They’ll skim right over your thighs and hide them.
Wearing heels will make your legs seem longer which will help to make your thighs look slimmer. Nude coloured shoes are very effective at adding length to your legs – try these Round Toe Court Shoes, £21.99 from Barratts.
We’ve all got good bits and bad bits about our bodies – so make sure you’re drawing attention to your best bits. If you’ve got pretty eyes, accentuate them with glitter eye shadow. If you love your hair, style it to its best. If you’ve got nice arms, go for something like this navy sequin top for £28 from Next. No one will even look at your thighs!
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