I'm a fashion expert – 4 mistakes to avoid as they make your tum look bigger than it is | The Sun

IT'S no secret that tailoring your fashion can change the way your body looks.

Thankfully, one fashion expert shared her best style tips to look slimmer and snatched.

TikTok creator @petitedressing creates fashion content and advice for shorter women.

She makes videos highlighting the best styling tips to appear taller, tutorials on how to pick the best pair of jeans, and more.

Her latest video details the most common mistakes people make that highlight unwanted lumps and bumps.

Her first tip is to avoid "bias cut," which shows off the lower stomach.

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The petite stylist also recommended avoiding paper-bag pants, or shapeless pleated trousers cinched at the waist.

Although this style is trendy, the blogger noted they draw attention to the stomach.

This look also layers on extra fabric to an outfit, adding unwanted bagginess.

"Instead, wear high waisted pants to conceal your tummy," she noted.

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The stylist also stressed avoiding low-rise bottoms, which make the tummy more obvious.

"Plus, they also make your legs look shorter," she added.

Alternatively, the petite blogger suggested wearing high-waisted jeans, which she modeled in her TikTok.


The stylist chose flared, dark jeans that flattered her figure and made her appear taller.

"They reach the smallest part of your body, make your waist look smaller, and also make your tummy look flatter," she said.

The TikTok creator also recommended staying away from skinny belts, especially in contrasting colors.

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"This is asking everybody looking at your tummy," she noted.

"Wear A-line dresses instead — the silhouette flares out and covers your tummy and makes your waist look smaller,"she concluded.

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