The weather is starting to get warmer, which means most women will be putting away their jeans and replacing them with summer dresses – but what if you don’t like your legs?
If you dislike your legs, try not to worry. After all, you’re not alone; around 80% of Brits have low self-confidence when it comes to their appearance, so lots of people will be able to relate to how you are feeling! If you don’t want to show off your legs, you don’t have to; there are lots of stylish outfit options that don’t focus on showing off your legs.
Here are five style tips for women who dislike their legs.
Wear long dresses
Midi and maxi dresses have a beautiful, feminine style that is perfect for summer and spring, and they also help to hide your legs! If you want to buy a flattering blue maxi dress that will conceal your legs, consider the AX Paris blue maxi dress.
Layer with leggings
You can also layer your outfit with leggings if you want. Leggings can be used to hide varicose veins and cellulite, and they also look really cute when they are paired with dresses or tunics. Just make sure to invest in a high-quality pair of leggings as cheap leggings can quickly become saggy, which isn’t very flattering!
You can also wear some tights to help hide cellulite and unsightly veins – and black isn’t the only colour option. You can also buy flesh-coloured tights to create a smooth, seamless look, or you could try a bright colour to make your outfit more fun!
Check out new trouser styles
If you are bored of wearing jeans to hide your legs, consider trying out new trouser styles. Palazzo trousers create a stylish, flattering shape, and they look good no matter what the season is. Wide-leg pants can be used to hide your legs while adding style to your outfit. Both of these designs can also be bought in a high-waisted style, which will help to make your legs look longer and slimmer.
Move focus upwards
You can also move the focus upward to take attention away from your legs. Consider a brightly coloured top or a statement necklace to draw attention to your upper body.