Slim all over with an asymmetrical blouse
The key to tackling more than one trouble spot while looking beautifully stylish: “Stick to a neutral color palette and play around with proportions,” advises celebrity stylist George Brescia, who has worked with Marcia Gay Harden and countless Broadway stars. “A blouse with a highlow hem (shorter in front and longer in back) hits right at the waist, pulling the eye in to the middle to carve out curves.
And the train-like style in back draws the eye vertically, visually stretching the body for a longer and leaner look from head to toe.
The figure-flattering finishing touch?
Creating a slight contrast with straight-leg black trousers, says Brescia. “The dark linear line beneath the flowy top helps the lower half appear slim and trim.”
Top: Soprano, $34
High-Low Tank Top)
Pants: Zara, $50