How To Choose Saree For Fat Lady

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Choosing a saree for a person with a fuller figure involves considering aspects that complement their body type while accentuating their best features. Here are some tips:

1. Fabric Selection: Opt for lightweight fabrics like georgette, chiffon, or crepe as they drape well and don’t add bulk. Avoid stiff fabrics like stiff silks, as they may make you look heavier.

2. Prints and Patterns: Choose smaller or medium-sized prints rather than large ones. Avoid horizontal stripes as they can make you look wider. Vertical stripes or small, scattered motifs can create a slimming effect.

3. Colors: Darker shades like navy blue, deep green, maroon, or black can create a slimmer silhouette. However, don’t hesitate to experiment with brighter colors or pastels if you love them, just ensure the overall look is balanced.

4. Blouse Style: Opt for well-fitted blouses with proper support to ensure a flattering silhouette. V-neck or U-neck blouses can elongate the neck and draw attention upwards.

5. Pleats and Draping: Pleats should be neatly arranged and not too wide, as they can add volume. Draping the saree in a slim, single pleat style or a Gujarati style can create a more streamlined look.

6. Borders: Thin or medium-sized borders work well for fuller figures. Avoid heavy or broad borders, as they can overwhelm the frame.

7. Accessories: Use accessories strategically to draw attention to areas you want to highlight. Statement jewelry like long earrings or a statement necklace can draw attention upwards.

8. Comfort: Ensure the saree is comfortable to wear and allows for easy movement. Comfort is key to confidence.

Remember, confidence is the most attractive accessory. Choose a saree that makes you feel beautiful and confident, regardless of the prevailing fashion rules.