FOR many women, the tummy can be a massive area of concern when choosing dresses.
But if you're self-conscious about your stomach, one stylist has shared a super easy trick to help conceal the mid-section.
"Self conscious of your tummy?" Emma Storey began over a TikTok video of a woman in a figure-hugging royal blue dress.
The clip began with Emma wearing a belt with a bow tied in the middle.
But Emma continued: "Instead of tying your belt in the centre, tie it to the side to draw the eye away from the middle of the tummy."
"Also do not wear colours like white and cream as it shows the bits you hate," another person advised in the comments section of the video.
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"Love the dress."
She wasn't the only one to heap praise on the dress, as Emma told fans she'd purchased it from River Island, but a "few months ago".
"Who ties them in front?" someone else asked.
To which Emma replied: "You'd be surprised!"
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Emma frequently shares style hacks on her TikTok page, and also took to the social media site to post a clever way to find out which clothes in your wardrobe you don't wear as much.
"Once you’ve worn an item of clothing, turn the hanger round and place it back into your wardrobe," she said.
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"By doing this you can see what you have worn and what you haven’t worn at the end of the season.
"This will then determine whether you want to keep it or donate it."
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