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How to Flatter Full Upper Arms

By Imogenl @ImogenLamport

Many women feel that they don’t have arms to rival Michelle Obama, and they make genetically have genes for them to be fuller, or just not have the time to do all the bicep and triceps exercises to get them.  So how do you flatter a fuller upper arm?

How to flatter full upper arms How to flatter full upper arms by imogenl featuring layering tops

Here are my quick tips on how to flatter them.

You may have heard that cap sleeves just don’t work – but not all cap sleeves are the same. Some are more horizontal (and unflattering) the others are diagonal (toward the vertical) which are a much better option.

Alternatively, a 3/4 sleeve is a great option, but sometimes when it’s hot you want to wear a shorter sleeve, so what other sleeves will work?

Try a flutter sleeve, which is larger and more floaty than your arms.

A sheer sleeve can also disguise well too without making you too hot.

And don’t forget to create a focal point away from your arms so that people don’t even look at them and notice them.

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