African ladies love to dress well at all times. This trait is in-born and has become the leading force in how good we look when we dress for an event. Maybe, you are not aware that matching two fashion items together is a skill we have learnt from an early age.
Most of us have fashion magazines to help complement our looks as we browse through styles and the latest fashion styles. However, it is a few that invest on things they see on papers.
If you must know, dressing well and right is more complex than matching pieces of clothing together. To dress well means you have to blend colours that will complement the style, cuts and skin tone and fit the body shape.
You should know that less is more when it comes to dressing well and quality is over quantity. If you must purchase fashion items, go for style and quality to accentuate your curves and maintain a level of modesty.
When it comes to choosing your fabric colours, make sure that you for colours that will enhance your skin tone. Your body shape and structure have a lot to do with your dress sense. You will have to understand how to get the right clothes that will suit you in style and colour.
One of the most common rules that we tell people is that vertical stripe will you look taller while the horizontal stripes gives you a broad impact. If you want to grab attention, go for the larger prints. To make your shoulders look broader, go for outfits that have printed designs around their shoulders or necks.
If you are curvaceous, it is not necessary to accentuate your curves to over emphasize on them. Go for close fitted tops floating over your hips and bottom or tailored jackets with nipped waist line that are over the hips. Stay away from baggy clothes or tops at the widest part of the hips.
For tall and slim ladies, anything can fit them but not figure hugging attires.