There are A LOT of trends for women's fashion. From floppy hats to oversize sweaters to boyfriend jeans to crazy patterns, personal style is truly up to the person. And it's an overwhelming, hilarious, and fun experience to determine what trends work for you. More often than not, a lot of us find trends that we like but we're uncertain that we don't fit such trends. But here's a fashion tip: why not try them all and make it work for you? Sian of Girl, Inbetweenied tells us how in her recent post:
I have posted about not restricting yourself to trying trends because you think only skinny bitches can wear them! With the right cut and placement, you can wear crop tops and you can get in on the cut out trend — you don’t need 6 pack abs for either. When shopping the cut out trend — here are some tips:
1) For a front cut out on your stomach — go for something that hits at the slimmest part of your waist.
2) The cut out shouldn’t be too big — you don’t want to show too much skin — just a glimpse!
3) If you are uncomfortable showing your stomach at all, go for a cut out on your neckline or your back.
When I saw this ASOS jumpsuit, I had to have it. You know I have not been shopping and have vowed to only buy things I need or are really special. This was just one of those things, plus I am two sizes down in my P90X journey so I need a few new items for my new size!
Sian is the woman behind the stylish fashion and beauty blog, Girl, Inbetweenied. She blogs to be a "fashion and beauty inspiration for the average-sized woman" in response to the fashion industry's unrealistic beauty standards of female size. A resident of Washington DC, Sian is a proud Inbetweenie and advocate of universal beauty for all sizes. Follow Sian on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!