Congratulations for your newborn baby! Ok, I get it. We need to deal with postpartum fashion. Although you are very proud of being a mother, you also feel ugly with each time you see yourself in the mirror. You hate that your breasts are sagging, lumpy bluish veins starts appearing on your legs and stretch marks around your stomach flab…Stomach flab!
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It seems like while you are religiously doing all you can to melt those pregnancy pounds away, which by all means will take time, it gets frustrating. You need some cover-up fashion to mask those postpartum body problems. Let me help you with the style ideas you need to achieve your postpartum-sexy-back!
First you really need is to get yourself a lovely lingerie, investing on a seductive shapewear helps getting that sexy attitude back. Remember, POSTPARTUM SEXINESS is a woman’s perspective.
Let’s get into how we can disguise the ‘new baby’ pooch. First of all, do not wear empire-waist tops because it draws the attention to your tummy instead of masking it. Trapeze tops and dresses are billowy enough to stand on their own, as a result, they highlight what you want to hide. So, wear layered over shapewear underneath for a better tummy-hiding.
One especially relevant after-giving-birth outer layer are structured blazers. They are heroes for protruding tummies offering effortless style. In addition to just being trendy, they are also a first-rate bulge hider, especially in a vivid hue. Either formal or casual, they work best for both styles.
Another fabulous pooch-hiding outfit is a linen sweater since wool sweaters are not summer-friendly. Linen is summer’s ultimate fabric, it is breathable and has gorgeous movement. Look for linen sweaters with draping neckline, breezy fit and short sleeves. These rather, a much noteworthy kind of sweaters are sheer. So, it is rather best to layer them over a moisture-wicking shaper.
Peplum tops have serious tummy-hiding abilities, which is why they are celebrity favourites. It fits the rib and bust area nicely and the little flirty flare does the fun. It is much as fun as wearing a flowy skirt, except that it is the shortened version. The trick is to find a peplum top with a flare that points at where the bulge starts. They can be paired with any slim bottom, skinny jeans or shorts. In comparison to other tummy-hiding tops, peplums provide shape because of its almost pleated flare. Moreover, they also look very feminine.
Finally, the vests being the best. They are a fashionable alternative for blazers if you like more freedom for your arms to move. Vests are less formal than blazers but they look sexy and summer friendly. And with a fluttery, waterfall hem they are great distractors to draw the attention away from your pregnancy bulge.