How to Dress to “Lose” 10 Pounds
Stretchy bands around the waist not only camouflage but also let the shirt expand up to two inches all around. And “three-quarter-length
sleeves won’t add visual bulk to the hips,” says Lo.
Get-thin-quick tip: Leave your shirttails untucked to avoid extra bulk around the waist (and to cover up any midsection bulge). Make sure the shirt hits just past the hips so it doesn’t look sloppy.