Top - White House Black Market
Skirt - 36 point 5
Belt - Target
Shoes - American Eagle
This outfit makes me look way more hippy than I actually am. Which for me is a great thing. Hips are such a tough thing to create the illusion of. I have seen some huge hip pad ensembles but they are way too big for my enjoyment. I have read that your hips should be about equal to your shoulders in width. Could you imagine hips like that on me? No, neither can I.
But I like the appearance of some hips at least. This is primarily created by a few elements. One - the skirt. It is tight and stretchy. Thus it hugs me at the skinniest point of my waist and at my knees. Both skinny points for me. Two - tucking the shirt into the skirt. I generally don't like tucking things in, but with this high waisted skirt it helps to show off the skirt squeezing my skinny waist. Three - the belt. The belt helps to draw your eye to the skinny part of my waist and to obscure where the shirt and skirt meet. Four - I am also wearing very small hip pads. Five - the pose I have in the picture where I am kind of jutting my hips out to the side.
Jules says that my butt looks super good in this skirt. So here is what I look like from behind:
Okay readers, I hope you had a good weekend and are gearing up for a great week!