It’s super hot outside and all we want to do is slip into a pair of comfy shorts and a breezy top. If you’re a girl with generous fab thighs, don’t shy away from wearing tiny shorts and skirts. With the right styling hacks up your sleeve, you can rock anything you want with total ease. We give you some awesome summer styling tips for bigger thighs to help you look your best every day!
1. A-Line Skirts
These are your style soulmates as they cover up the hips and thighs perfectly, flatter your body shape and look oh-so-chic. Avoid a too-short length; stick to any that fall mid-thigh or till the knee. Grab them in as many colours and prints as you can and wear them everywhere – for brunch, to the office or for a dressy dinner. They’re super versatile!
Not only are wide-legged trousers super flattering but they also help you appear taller and slimmer. Pair them with a well-fitting top, make sure they’re the right floor-grazing length and beat the heat in style. You won’t feel the heat in them as much as in clingy jeans.
These dresses work like magic for girls with bigger thighs and hips to help create a more structured figure. The ‘wrapping’ of the dress hides bulges and smoothens out the body shape. It gives the illusion of a tiny waist and lets that be the focus point, covers up thighs and helps give the effect of an hourglass shape. You really will feel fantastic in a pretty wrap dress.
Clingy fabrics and dresses are a huge no-no. They will cling to and enhance every curve, and highlight problem areas. Stick to flowy fabrics in pretty colours if you want to downplay your thighs and stay cool in this sticky weather.
We often tend to pick tops that are long in hopes of covering up our thighs. Well, that’s actually going to work against you. A top that ends at the widest part of your body will only enhance it. Instead, choose tops that end higher and are neither too short, nor too long.
Short shorts can be a little uncomfortable if you have bigger thighs, but that doesn’t mean you can’t wear shorts at all. Go for boyfriend shorts that are not tight and straight-fit shorts that won’t accentuate fuller thighs. A-line shorts are also a good idea. Avoid ones with big pockets, bows and other busy designs.