I’m sure you too are familiar with the thrill of appearing in a picture. We all have lots of high expectations at the end of a professional photo session or even when we feel at our best and take a selfie.
I compare this feeling after taking a picture with the feeling you have after putting on a nice outfit, you kinda have the same high expectations of looking excellent.
But let’s be honest, you don’t always looks good in pictures and you cannot always look good in all the items you like either because they don’t match your fashion style, either because they don’t match your body shape or simply because you’re not feeling too familiar with a kind of outfit.
And we all know that the key of looking good is feeling good so I prepared you a list of photogenic clothes mostly composed of basic items that I guarantee they’ll match all the fashion styles, all the body shapes and feel familiar to everybody.
Here are some flattering pieces that lengthen, slim and always photograph well.
A snug sweater
Save your oversized knits for another day (or perhaps every other day because they’re so dang comfortable). On photo day, opt for a form-fitting style in a lighter fabric to avoid adding any bulk to your frame. A simple sweater also helps to tone down flashier bottoms or accessories.
Much more forgiving than skinny jeans, a wide-legged pant skims your hips and creates the illusion of longer, leaner legs. Wear them with the aforementioned fitted sweater to keep proportions in check and the overall look streamlined.
A midi skirt
As far as fashion trends go, the midi skirt is the great equalizer in that it works on anyone-and is appropriate for any occasion. Bust out your trusty fit-and-flare one or try this season’s popular wrap style for an extra-slimming effect.
A collared shirt
This classic layering piece does for your neckline what the nude heel does for your legs: elongates. Just make sure to undo a button or two up top to keep it from looking stuffy.
Off-the-shoulder tops and dresses
This trendy style is also supremely flattering because it shows off your shoulders and collarbones while keeping your upper arms (aka the widest part of your arm) covered. If you have a larger bust, look for something that’s more fitted than loose (which can make things appear bigger) and opt for darker colors like black or navy.
So what do you do with all of your oversized knits and blouses? Tuck them into a pair of high-rise jeans to show off your waist and give them some shape.
Those were my thoughts and recommendations of the day on the most photogenic clothes which always make you look awesome. Keep it classy and…don’t forget to subscribe to our free newsletter for more online deals and fashion trends. Happy shopping!
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