Creating Curves for Tall Women
Marie, 48, is an attorney. She likes dark '70s aviator-style sunglasses and only wears black, black and more black. The problem is she wears baggy, outdated suit pieces in unmatching shades of faded black. Stacy and Clinton must introduce Marie to the world of color, and give her a curvier, more balanced look.
Changing Lengths Can Create Curves
Stacy and Clinton suggest a sleek skirt that hits at the knee. Anything shorter or longer will accentuate Marie's height.
Creating Curves in Different Areas
Tall women should stay away from clunky shoes. A skinnier heel creates a more sophisticated look.
A jacket that comes in at the sides can create a flattering hourglass look.
A well-placed lace camisole can downplay the chest area.
A skirt that breaks around the knee, paired with a high-buttoned jacket, can create a taller, thinner look.