Fashionista, Style Consultant and Author, Debbie Wright is back with more style tips for your closet, and your business! Check out her tips, then get ready to reinvent YOUR wardrobe!
It’s been the plague of every woman at some point– visible panty lines! This week, Debbie offers tips on how to avoid this unsightly fashion faux pas… and there’s more ways than just wearing an uncomfortable thong.
This seemed like a good time to discuss this topic, because the Holiday season means a lot of nice, fitted dresses and shapely silhouettes being worn to cocktail parties and Holiday functions, so we need to be sure our undergarments fit properly. Check out Debbie’s tips!
1. Be Realistic
One of the keys to finding good panties are finding ones that really fit your butt. Women tend to like a certain style, even when they don’t fit properly to cover or shape the butt. And if you’re wearing a light colored outfit, make sure you wear underwear that is nude or matches your skin. This will avoid making a nice outfit see-through at an inappropriate time!
2. Fabric is Important
You want to be sure to choose the right fabric. If you’re wearing skirts or dresses that are clingy, and your underwear should be equally soft, complimentary to the garment you’re wearing. A lot of women like cotton underwear, but that can be very bulky and the seams can be messy. Under a more fitted or lighter weight garment, those can cause ugly wrinkles and visible panty lines.
3. Body Shaping Undergarments
One of the most popular choices for looking smooth and having great lines under any garment are body shaping underwear like Spanx, but you still have to be careful– while these will give you a smooth line, if you don’t have the right fit, they can cause bulging in other areas. If you’re spilling out in other places, that’s not the right fit or the right style for you.
Debbie suggests thin microfiber panties that works great for all shapes and sizes under all kinds of garments. It keeps thing nice and easy, and you’ll be looking your best!
For more tips for your closet or your business, check out Debbie Wright’s website at projectcloset.com.