What you dress defines your personality and outlook. Today, it is not a problem for postnatal woman to look gorgeous and hide all those bumpy and bulging belly. When attending to parties, even just going back to work, or any other occasions, pull in some of these helpful clothing and let yourself swag your sexiness.
Your underwear can do the trick.
For brassieres, avoid styles that completely flatten your breast or those that does the extreme otherwise like sagging your belly part. Bras come with varieties of color, shapes, and sizes. Choose your size that comfortably fits for you so as to provide irritation and unusual pain when too tight, or saggy look when too lose. Depending on your convenience, other post-pregnancy women would recommend push-up bra weeks or months after delivery, as this elevates your breast, making it look compact and adds up to the sexiness. Just make sure you are comfortable with what you are wearing, remember you have to breastfeed your baby. Your appropriate choice of bra provides help for you to shape your silhouette, gives you convenience, and looks sexy even after pregnancy.
For your down under, avoid using thin bikini bottoms, thongs, etc. as they offer less support or none at all. These undergarments cover only the bare minimum, and may expose your hidden fats. It is important that what you’re wearing below would pull in your belly, butt and thigh part, and lets you curb your shape. You can try briefs, boy shorts, boxers, etc. They are not only comfortable, but pull in and hide your stubborn belly as well.
Choose your size.
Buy the right size for you, as those that are too loose-fitting will make you look larger and heavier. Avoid outfit that are too tight, this might reveal every pieces and bits of flaws and excess fats in your body, especially on the belly part. Avoid also cohering outfits like tight, spandex-like materials. They reveal every roll and fold you hide inside. No-show of these fats could spell the difference of what’s sexy and what’s not.
It is also about color and style
You don’t want boxy clothes in your wardrobe. Uncompromising, and stiff fabrics in straight “box” cuts make people look denser than they actually are. These classes of fabric are especially hard to deal with dress accessories and add-ups such as jackets and other tops. Another thing, you might want to put a little of black in your dress up, as color black is known to effect slimming and slender appearance. Although too much black in your attire causes a depressing, and dull look that is why too much of it should be avoided, black is one of the most versatile colors, as it can best suit with dresses, skirts, and on-tops. True of it, have some black (or dark) denim paired with your colorful upper outfit. You can also add some spice into your denim by having plethora of rich colors ranging from chocolate brown, to navy blue, to deep plum.