NOT EVERY body is built the same.
So it should be no surprise that the pair of jeans in the back of your wardrobe don’t quite look right, despite being in your size.
When it comes to making clothes, there are seemingly millions of do’s and don’ts.
Speaking to Fabulous, these fashion gurus shared their top tips on how to make your wardrobe work for you.
India Batson, 27, boasts 417k subscribers to her YouTube channel where she shares fashion tips, hair hacks and vlogs on her life.
When it comes to looking good, it starts with the underwear, so pick your bra carefully.
India confessed: “I’d rather have one incredible bra than five crappy bras with no support any day.
“I’m a 32 G currently; your bra size fluctuates with weight and that’s normal!”
Anyone with big boobs knows how hard it is to find a bra that’s anything other than the boring beige ones that are always hidden behind the pretty lacey numbers.
India joked, “This just in, you don’t have to wear a big ole grandma bra just because you have big tatas!”
Just because you have boobs bigger than a C cup doesn’t mean you can’t take part in the latest style craze either.
“Don’t let your lady bits and bobbles change your style or form of expressing yourself.
“If you want to wear the turtle neck sweater with big boobs, DO IT! If you want to wear the halter dress with small boobs, DO IT!”
India’s not the only one with tips for those blessed with the breast, Bethany, 33, who goes by Dearly Bethany online has taught countless women how to make their clothes look the best that they can.
With a whopping 1.7 million loyal viewers on her YouTube channel, she’s been giving out valuable style advice.
She shared: “A professional bra fitter told me once that it’s all about the band.
“We usually go too big on the band and too small on the cups.
“Instead, try a smaller band and a bigger cup, your back will feel much more supported.”
And don’t even bother with a strapless bra, “they never stay in place to begin with, so I always found myself trying to keep them up and my arms by my side,” Bethany shared.
“Now I choose Nippies by B-Six, or lingerie that would still be beautiful if it were to show a bit.”
Of course, not everyone feels like they can get away going braless, the fashion pro added that “If you need extra support, opt for a bodysuit.”
India also says that bodysuits are the way to go: “They cinch you in at all the right places without pinching or pulling and they also look expensive if fitted properly.”
It’s not just bras that can effect the way your outfit looks, if your shoes rub it can throw your whole day off, not just your look.
Bethany recommends investing in insoles for especially uncomfy shoes like heels: “If it’s a shoe that can hide a sock, wear them in for about a week with socks before wearing them to a major event.
“If they still hurt, then don’t keep them, you’ll be thinking about the pain more than living in the moment,” she explained.
You will never look as stylish or as comfortable in your own body as when you actually are literally comfortable.
Don’t let your lady bits and bobbles change your style or form of expressing yourself.
When it comes to finding clothes that fit – don’t over think it.
“I adore an elastic waistband, but never sweats,” The style whizz said.
“Instead, I choose linen or silk pants that I can wear out with a block heel or stay home with slip-on mules.”
India’s top shoe tip is to work smarter, not harder.
She said: “Make it look like you are wearing them all night long, but don’t actually.
“Take them off in the car, slip out of them under the table at dinner and stretch your toes.”
With the rest of your outfit Bethany says it’s all about shapewear.
“They don’t have to be too tight or be used for changing body shape, but they work wonders for creatively tucking in a top, French tucking the front of a shirt, or just to one side.
“They can also gather extra fabric and tuck them tightly so it will reduce bulk.”
“When styling oversized tops, I always try to show some skin, whether that is on the neckline or my forearms.
“Don’t forget to try styling a belt with anything to gather extra fabric.
“If you want to get the perfect fit, a tailor is always the best choice. I always build this into my budget for pieces,” she added.