If you’re self conscious of either your top or your bottom half, you shouldn’t be. Because you’re beautiful! But, if you want to wear something that you feel flatters you, try something like this. Similarly to an hourglass shape, it’s important to emphasize your waist. In this instance, choosing flowy pieces on both the top and the bottom will camouflage any insecurities while also drawing attention to your itty bitty waist.
This flowy top is old American Eagle. I’ve found some similars.Shirt –
CINCH THE WAIST, LADIES!
Belt – Gap
To add to the flowiness, choose a tiered option. This is an old American Eagle piece. I’ve linked some similars.
I absolutely love lace up flats, especially with midi skirts. I think it really adds some texture to an outfit and frames your legs well. Midi skirts can occasionally be unflattering if you’re self-conscious of your calves. But, these shoes distract from that. These are old Marc Fisher but I’ve found a few used pairs as well as some similars.