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ImageThunder thighs, flabby arms or round tummy - now you too can look like a style diva. Learn these fashion tips from our designer gurus and look every inch the woman that you truly are.

How many times have you sheepishly picked up an XL outfit? Or shunned that body-hugging, sexy dress for a loose kurta because it hides your love handles better? Though Bebo initiated 'size-zero' fashion in Bollywood that has its heroines now getting into the 'bikini-body-frame', a fashion reality check reveals that most of us are cribbing about our size, especially when it comes to a style splurge.

So, if you are well endowed? Don't fret; with just a few smart alterations in your dress code, you can now proudly flaunt your assets. We get top fashion experts to help you camouflage your problem areas and reveal a leaner and slimmer appearance:

1. Well endowed bust

Broader neck lines: "To give your bust a more defined shape and add an elongated look to your neck, choose V-necks, boat-necks, scoop necks and open-collar button-ups. Strictly avoid high-necks, polo necks and Chinese collars, if looking stuffy is not on your mind," advises designer Ritu Kumar.
Right intimates: Most importantly choose the right size of innerwear. Prefer getting your self measured at the lingerie store if buying a good supportive bra is on your mind.

Minimal detailing : "Keep the embroidery and detailing totally minimal and select clothes that accentuate your back," recommends designer Ritu Beri.
Well fitted clothes: "Wearing loose and oversized baggy tops will only make you look bigger, rather than down playing your assets. Instead, pick a well-fitted, sleek outfit that glides over your curves," recommends designer Khushali Kumar.

'Tuck-in's are not for you : "Go for clothes that give your mid section (the area from the end of your bust line till the beginning of your waistline) an elongated look. 'Tuck-in' styles are not for you. Let your top reach a few inches below your bottom's waist line (trouser/skirt/jeans)," says designer Amit GT.

2. Fuller waist or big tummy

Tailored clothing – "Don't try and fit into clothes that are not your size. Go, for tailored attires. Not only will they fit you well but it will also look impressive," adds designer Ritu Kumar.

Create magic with corsets: "Try a corset to hold in your stomach. Avoid anything that tightens on your tummy and go for flared tops and dresses that give you a definitive silhouette," says designer Ritu Beri.

Comfy attires : "Tunics and kurtas in straight, comfy fits in fabrics like cotton and chiffon look good. However, experimenting with well-fitted, stretch fabrics is not a bad idea either, since it will give you a better shape," adds designer Khushali Kumar.

Belt it right : "Sporting chunky belts on jeans is not an option, though a broad belt when worn over a monochrome dress can give an illusion of a slimmer waist," says designer Amit GT.