I’m a plus-size fashion stylist – five dress styles which are super slimming | The Sun

A PLUS-SIZE fashionista has shared the five dress styles that she believes are most flattering for a fuller figure.

Some will make you appear slimmer as well, according to style guru Kat.

In a TikTok video, the first dress Kat highlighted as having the potential to make you look smaller was a black bodycon dress that features pleats and bakuna sleeves.

She then suggested a brown smocked waist dress for a slimming look as well.

A dress with a tie on the waist could also give an illusion of slimness, per the fashion guru.

Kat added that wearing off-the-shoulder dresses could accentuate the collar bone too.

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Wearing a maxi dress will make you appear taller says Kat, which in turn will make you look slimmer, studies have shown.

Previously, a fashion guru also shared three easy ways to look slimmer including a specific dress you should wear.

In a TikTok video the fashion enthusiast, Naomi Boyer, said you should give shapewear a whirl.

She suggested a piece from Spanx's OnCore collection as a good option, as it gives her extra compression, especially in the stomach area.

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Next, Boyer urged viewers to purchase a wrap dress. She demonstrated its slimming effects using a trendy white one from ASOS.

"It's one of the most universally flattering silhouettes on any body type and will help accentuate the smallest part of your waist," she explained.

Lastly, Boyer recommended showing more skin.

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Though it may sound counterintuitive, according to the fashion pro, it works.

"Showing more skin up top instead of covering up will help draw attention away from the area, especially if that's your area of concern."

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