No matter what state of preparedness you are in for spring—whether you have your new-season wardrobe all lined up, or still need to add a good number of pieces to feel ready, you can always benefit from a flattering style tip—or five. That’s why today we’re not only sharing our favorites with you, but we're making them shoppable with under-$50 pieces from our Target collection so that in case you need to buy a piece or two, you won’t bust your budget. From a little detail in footwear that will instantly lengthen your legs to our case for belting anything possible (both of which are displayed in the above shot), we think you’ll be as into these style tricks as we are.
Whether on a dress or outerwear, the addition of a belt (whether it comes with the piece or you add it on yourself) will always help to accentuate your waist more than if the piece were left loose.
Now that you know the tricks, be sure to tag your Who What Wear–clad looks with the hashtag #mywhowhatwear so we can see them in action.
One of the easiest ways to lengthen your legs is by choosing a barely there shoe style that avoids cutting you off at your foot. Now, whether you opt for an of-the-moment translucent sandal, a classic nude heel, or both is up to you.
We're so glad the one-shoulder and off-the-shoulder trend is sticking around for a while because nothing makes a top or dress feel ultra flattering like a little shoulder (and collarbone) moment.
A lower or dipped vamp (also known as the upper part of a shoe that covers the top of your foot) is another aspect, aside from opting for something neutral or see-through, that helps to elongate your legs and thus flatter your overall appearance. This little detail can be found in anything from flats to kitten heels to block heels.
Last but not least, we come to the A-line skirt, which is considered a classic for good reason. Our guess is that the reason it never goes out of style is not just because it's easy to wear and even easier on the eyes, but also for its waist-accentuating abilities.