If you aren’t a huge fan of your bottom half then draw the attention to your top half instead. Bold colors, statement necklaces, sequins, patterns, and the likes will draw the eye up and away from your hips.
It seems weird to add more volume to your bottom half but a full skirt actually helps make your waist super tiny and therefore the focus of your look.
If full skirts aren’t you jam, define your waist with a belt instead.
Remember how you played up your top half with fun colors and accessories? Tone down your bottom half with darker colors. Skip crazy colors and patterns unless of course the silhouette is super slimming.
Skinny jeans may rule the world but when your hips are larger than you want them to be, flares are your friend. Plus, a flattering garment is always more stylish than an unflattering garment.
Looking taller means look slimmer. An all-over pattern, stripes, or a monochromatic look will slim you out and will minimize those hips.
Wide leg pants or wider shorts will make your hip and thigh area look smaller. Garments that hug and pull across your hips are no bueno – wider wins.