We all want that sultry hourglass silhouette, but if curves aren’t exactly your strong point, you may be left wondering just how to make them pop. Yes, you can do squats to boost that butt — but, in the short term, your wardrobe can be just as effective as your workout.
Follow these sartorial moves for instant curve appeal. These 10 types of clothing will give you an hourglass frame in no time flat.
1. Trumpet or pencil skirts
While looser skirts simply disguise your hips, a surefire way to show off your backside and make your hips look wider is with a pencil or trumpet skirt. A pencil skirt features a close-fitting silhouette that widens at the hips then narrows towards the legs, while the fit-and-flare styling of a trumpet skirt adds a curvy shape from the waist through the hips creating something of a booty-shelf. Plus, the feminine flare draws the eye down to the butt area making it a focal point.