For midlife women, it’s a struggle to keep the dreaded menopause belly under wraps. But don’t despair! You don’t have to tuck in your shirts for a sleeker look. With the arrival of fall, it’s the perfect time to explore fashion tips that help flatter and accentuate our best features. In this blog post, we’ll discuss four fall fashion HACKS to cover your menopause tummy while staying stylish this season.
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HACK #1 – Fashion Tape:
With the dreaded menopause belly in mind, the last thing midlife women want to do is tuck their shirts. Instead, try using removable fashion tape to temporarily hem a blouse to the desired length. The result is that the blouse looks tucked in without creating the bulk of actually tucking the shirt. This way, you can still look polished and avoid any unwanted bulk.
HACK #2 – Scarf Ring Clip:
With the dreaded menopause belly in mind, the last thing midlife women want to do is tuck their shirts. Instead, try using a scarf clip to draw up the hemline of your blouse at the hip. This creates some definition at the waistline without creating the bulk of tucking in the shirt.
HACK #3 – Scarf Clip for Button Up Shirts:
For button up shirts, use a scarf clip with a center separator and thread the shirt tails through the clip. THis creates definition at the waistline without the extra bulk of tucking the shirt. Try it out – you’ll be surprised at how chic you look!
HACK #4 – Skinny Belt for Sweaters:
If your sweater is too long, or if you want to create the look of a tucked sweater, use a skinny belt to draw up the sweater. The folded over portion of the sweater hides the belt and creates a sleeker illusion of a tucked in sweater. FYI, I have found that this hack works best with higher rise pants and skirts.
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