Target is one of my fave shops though its usually the kids I buy for. Will have a look though. Just wish my body wasn't so out of proportion!
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23-09-2013 22:13 #11
23-09-2013 22:15 #12Senior Member
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You could try one of the target "secret sculpt" dresses, they have a slimming panel which is supposed to help the tummy area.
I also like the target limited editions range, lots of nice dresses.
23-09-2013 22:16 #13
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24-09-2013 05:30 #16
Here are some suggestions on dressing it up..i think coloured or pattern pants may be best as they dont look like work pants. And.maybe a lose top if wearing fitted pants.
Hope u find what ur looking for
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24-09-2013 05:47 #17
Thanks mrshoward. I like the second outfit. The black top could hide my tummy and the coloured pants make brightens up the outfit and makes it look more dressy. I think a shopping trip is in order.
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24-09-2013 06:04 #18
My cousin just had her wedding and I wore black pants with a pretty green top. Then wore sparkly jewelry and had my hair and makeup really nice. I didn't look casual at all.
I find dresses make me look pregnant and I don't feel comfy in them. I felt way more pretty and confident in pants and top. If it was hotter I would've worn a black skirt with my top.
Oh and I wore my maternity black pants. Very comfy and still looked nice!
If you're still feeling self-conscious about your belly, get the slimming undies or shorts. They do make you look trimmer.
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24-09-2013 06:50 #20Senior Member
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I agree with looking at target, they have some gorgeous dresses that are designed to flatter the tummy, you could invest in a push up bra and a set of chicken fillets to enhance your bust as well. Motto clothing is also another great store I don't know if they are in Sydney (I assume they are) but the clothing concept is brilliant - it's all about layering and their designs will hide a multitude do sins. If you go into a store the ladies will design an outfit to suit you and they have beautiful vibrant colours best of all it's all stretchy and super comfy. Google the website
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