As a single woman, I always get really nervous about making a good first impression when I go on a date. It’s important for me to feel confident in what I wear, especially if the date consists of dining out. There’s nothing worse than eating a meal and feeling like parts that you don’t want to hang out are indeed hanging out. LOL! I’m a big fan of shapewear, especially when it comes to making a good first impression. I mean, what’s the point of wearing that fabulous dress if you’re going to look lumpy in it? But there are requirements you should follow when shopping for shapewear. It not only has to pull everything in, but you have to be able to breathe in it too. Maidenform has mastered the art of slimming the body without making you feel confined.
For my date night, I chose to wear the Weightless Comfort Shortie Slimmer. This lightweight hip short is super comfy and goes perfectly with skirts and dresses. It not only makes your thighs look thinner, but it flattens the tummy as well! My outfit of choice for the night was an LBD I got from Zara a while back but hadn’t had the chance to wear yet. To add a bit of edge, I paired the dress with a fabulous pair of mesh peep toe booties I got from Shooz on 7. Since the dress is form fitting, I knew I needed to wear something to slim my body but liked the idea of wearing shorts as opposed to a slip. I also wanted the comfort of a bra and since my dress comes slightly off of one shoulder, I chose to wear the Maidenform Comfort Devotion Natural Boost Strapless Multi-Way Bra. This thing can be worn 9 different ways!
Here’s my product of choice for the evening:
*Photo courtesy of Maidenform
And here’s my look:
*Photos taken by Ashleigh Lynch
You can’t see any lines at all regardless of how fitted my dress is, and that’s my favorite thing about this weightless slimmer. I seriously did not feel like I had on shapewear. Be sure to check out Maidenform’s amazing shapewear collection at http://www.maidenform.com.
Have any of you ever tried Maidenform?
Until next time!
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