You might think a baggy and boxy jacket will hide a belly, but something structured and well-tailored will actually be more flattering. This peplum style gathers at the waist, offering a little room to help conceal any belly bulge you might be trying to hide.
The wrap dress is a woman’s best friend –- especially when she’s trying to camouflage her tummy. This classic silk jersey style confuses the eye with its bold print and flatters in all the right places.
Send any nervous thoughts about wearing shorts away for good -– this pair comes in a longer length, fits slim through the hips and thighs and has a tummy control panel to keep your belly in check. Top with a flowing tank or top, add heels and you’re set for a summer night out on the town.
Style&co tummy control denim Bermuda shorts, $35, macys.com
Spanx aren’t just for undergarments. The label boasts slimming shirts that will keep your tummy in check, even after that third cocktail at happy hour. And, with 10 different colors to choose from, you won’t feel silly wearing the same style again and again. Pass the peanuts!
Spanx On Top and In Control sleeveless turtleneck, $88, spanx.com
This shirt is a study in curve flattery 101: An Empire waist and an A-line sweep hide any tummy issues, while the V-neck draws attention up to the face. Pair it with a slim bottom to even out the proportions. A+!
Love the comfort of a summery T-shirt, but loathe your belly bulge? This style trims a full tummy thanks to a hidden control panel at the waist. Wear it with shorts or jeans when it’s hot, or under a fitted sweater or long-sleeve top for a little extra support when it’s cool.
When the invite calls for cocktail attire, reach for an easy dress with an empire waist to feel chic and comfy. This style also has a rosette detail and deep V-neck, so all eyes will be drawn up to your beautiful face.