Dr Oz: How To Look Like You Dropped a Jeans Size
Do you avoid jeans because they make you look fat? The problem isn’t you, it’s your jeans. You can choose the right fit and immediately look as though you lost 10 lbs. (Seriously!) On today’s episode, Dr Oz introduced Celebrity Stylist, June Ambrose, to fit 4 women with the proper jeans to make them look thinner.
Dr Oz: Blue Jeans
June stated that it was all about the right proportion scale when it came to jeans.
Many women were buying jeans too small, thinking it was going to make them look thinner. In actuality, it’s just squeezing them in and making them look even bigger.
Dr Oz: Dark Jeans
The first model was wearing the wrong color and size. She had gapping in back, which added bulk and weight to the body.
The model came out in a new pair of jeans that looked MUCH better. June put her in the right sized jean that had no contrast stitching or pockets in the front, which coincidentally make you look much bigger. June also put the model in heels, which made her legs look longer and leaner.
Dr Oz: Dark Wash Bootcut Jeans
The second model came out in a faded and stained color jean. June noted that this color drew attention to the thigh area. June dressed her in a comfortable dark washed jean that had no pockets. The model stated she felt more confident and liked the way her hips and butt looked in the jeans. June says that the darker wash can take you from day to night in a snap and this color is a must have for all women.
The third model told Dr Oz that she didn’t’ wear jeans because they made her feel self-conscious. She was only 30 and hated the high rise because they looked like mom jeans. Unfortunately, the low rise accentuated the stomach area.
She came out in a darker wash and a boot cut. She looked much better. She was emotional as she described how she felt in her old jeans. In her new jeans, she loved the way her butt looked. She told Doctor Oz they went through 28 pairs until they found the right one. (Ladies, would you go through almost 30 pairs of jeans to find the right fit?)
Do you have a favorite pair of jeans? If so, leave me a comment and tell me why they’re you’re favorite.