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Susan Moses has styled everyone from Britney Spears to Queen Latifah over her two-decade-plus career—and she's learned a few things in the process. OK, more like a book's worth of things. Glamour spoke with Moses about the style advice women with curves —plus size or not—need to know about getting dressed.
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Everybody should have a shapewear arsenal. Generally, smoothing in the tummy and hips can make us look more refined and polished in our clothes.
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The one piece that women should have is a body briefer. Leggings are not pants.
They are meant to be worn underneath clothing. When in doubt, reach for a pencil skirt. No outfit is complete without the right shoes. A classic pump in a neutral will give you the cleanest line and make your legs look longest. Shop through any weight changes.
The most important thing is to wear clothes that fit and to feel you look your very best at every size. Carry the right size of bag. For day I like a medium-size structured tote. Tailor your clothing. There's no substitute!
Most department stores and boutiques offer tailoring services too. Wearing clothes that fit and hang properly on your body can make the difference between terrible and terrific.
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