Dress to Flatter Your Figure
We know some of you worry that moving from single style to mom style means you won't feel as pretty or even as sexy as you used to. The good news is that you can. Even if you -- like every other woman in the world -- gained some extra weight from your pregnancy, you can still dress to flatter your body. Feeling attractive is great for your mental health, which is something any mom will tell you is important!
Here are a few tips for finding mom-appropriate, flattering clothes:
- If you're bottom-heavy, wear fitted tops with boot-cut or wide-leg jeans. This will balance out your body.
- Try an empire-waist top or dress if you want to hide leftover pregnancy belly.
- If you're plus-sized, try wide-leg pants and V-neck tops. They're slimming and you won't look like you're drowning in fabric.
- Perhaps most importantly, get a bra that fits you right. A good bra can make you look several pounds lighter.