The wrong clothes can make you look 10, 20 or even 30 pounds heavier that you really are.
Whether you want to be thinner, taller, shorter, boobier, curvier or whatever, Dress Yourself Skinny will show you how to dress the body you have to look like the body you want!
- Learn the critical dressing mistakes that cause you to look bigger than you really are.
- Discover the essentials every woman must embrace to dress herself skinny.
- Make shopping and dressing a breeze with fool-proof diagrams of the styles that are perfect for YOUR body-type.
- If you are on a weight-loss program, reveal your results faster and stay inspired to reach to your target size.
The right choices can literally change your body right before your eyes!
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Below are posts with more tips, information and products to supplement the book.
Share It’s sexy underwear season! That can bring out your inner Vixen/Fox or send you running scared down the rabbit hole. The truth is, there’s a way to feel confident and sexy in lingerie and sleepwear, no matter your size or shape. It’s all about picking the right pieces and playing up your assets. Here…
Share This segment aired on Sept 28, 2010 on Great Day Houston (KHOU, Channel 11 Houston). The fashion trends for Fall 2010 are filled with ruffles, jewel tones, animal print, gold, feathers and faux fur, mixed prints, leather jackets and chunky knits. On The Runway, designers show you how to wear the trends if you…
Share Somehow a woman’s value as a human being got all confused with the size of her clothing. Women feel terrible about themselves if they wear the “wrong” size…whatever that is. The horrible practical joke is that the actual size of a size can vary dramatically by brand, fabric and style. A size 10 in…
Share Project Runway Season 2 winner and Houston’s home-town designer Chloe Dao presented her pre-fall collection last week and wow, wow, wow!! It’s pure Chloe – fun, clean, lady-like with beautiful details – and oh-so flattering!! Here are three Dress Yourself Skinny styles that work for so many figures. Teal dress: This dress is great…
Share Plunging necklines are definitely on the Dress Yourself Skinny “Do” list. This style is flatting and makes you look thinner and taller. However, it doesn’t work for business settings or modest sensibilities. Cleavage coverage can be added to make plunging necklines work for all occasions. The traditional solution is to wear a thin camisole…
Share Many fashion magazines and online shopping websites now offer clothing suggestions based on your body type. Once you know how to describe your body using their terminology, a whole new world of flattering choices opens up to you. The first step in dressing thinner is knowing your body type. The terminology to describe women’s…
Share Crush prints are garments that are printed after they are made. When the pattern is added to the clothing this way, wrinkled areas in the piece will naturally go unprinted. These variations in printing add to the fun and artsy nature of the clothing. Crush prints make the garment look like it’s stretching. The…
Share Many women wear boxy, oversized clothing in the effort to camouflage imperfections. These styles do cover the rolls and they also add volume to your body, making you look 10, 20 or even 30 pounds heavier than you are. Here are some common styles that make you look bigger than you are. Avoid them…
Share Skinny Britches – a new line of lite shapers from Spanx – are whisper thin and can be layered to customize the level of compression that’s perfect for you. They come in hipsters (briefs) and shorts (bike shorts) styles. Wear one for smoothing, layer two for shaping or three for super-power! The Imagine testers…
Share Black is slimming. And there is a rainbow of other colors that give you the same effect – any deep color will give you the same slimming result as black. Any of the colors of the outer ring of the color wheel below will work. Monochromatic Dressing Monochromatic dressing is wearing the same color…
"Get off that diet! Sarah's simple, step-by-step way to get the body you want TODAY is sure to make your full-length mirror your new BFF."--Whitney Casey, TV Personality and Author of THE MAN PLAN
"Sarah's knowledge and enthusiasm for discovering a woman's true beauty is bar none! Whether you are a fashion guru or a fashion victim, she will take you from flawed to fabulous! This book is a road map to the styles and clothes that flatter YOUR body. " --Cibeline Sariano, Fashion Designer/Boutique OwnerAmazon.com Reviews
Thank you to the great team that brought this project to life!
Mattison Grey, Performance Specialist
Sarah assists women and fashion-conscious men navigate the worlds of image, judgement and the media. She cuts through the usual "dress for success" advice and actually shows you how to make your image work. She shares her real, revolutionary and entertaining image wisdom on local and national news and morning TV shows.
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