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Solution for Big Thighs - Skirts Shorts or Compression Shorts

By Edited May 15, 2015 0 0

Best Pants For Big Thighs: What About Nothing?

Finding the best pants for big thighs is not a very easy thing to do, but wearing nothing is definitely not the answer! This would definitely turn a few heads and get people looking at your thighs, but not for the right reasons. Selecting the right pants can take a while, and unless you have used a particular brand in the past a number of times, I would strongly suggest that you do not buy your pants online. Trying them on is absolutely essential as each company makes pants to different requirements.

You need to be sensible about things, and accept that some things that you would like to be able to wear will just not look good. Skinny jeans are a tough one, and sometimes they can be the best pants for big thighs, and sometimes they can look terrible. Big loose pants ca nhave the same effect also. Big pants on a big lady can sometimes just exaggerate the size of the legs, whereas some of them look great. The key to success in this is always to try things on and see what they look like before you buy, and if you have an honest friend to come along and tell you the truth, it will be a lot easier.

 

Shorts for thick thighs: A Way to Make You Look Good?

Buying shorts for thick thighs can be very difficult sometimes, as it can be a minefield of disasters waiting to happen. Getting the wrong type of shorts can accentuate all of the wrong areas and make your thick thighs look like tree trunks. There are actually many things to look out for when buying shorts, and number 1 is the length. You need to be careful to cut the thigh at the right height. If they are too short then they will show too much leg and if they are too long then they will not be flattering at all.

Another thing to consider is the pattern of the shorts. Vertical stripes can look good, but it needs to be the right thickness. Pinstripes always look good, as they break up the space well. Avoid at all costs the temptation to go for horizontal hoops. This is a disaster area for those with larger thighs.

The right shorts for thick thighs need to b the right material as well. Some fabrics make legs look clumpy and heavy, whilst some hug into the fatty areas too much and show off every little bulge. Be careful in your selections and always try to be honest with yourself.

 

Shorts for fat thighs: Are You Happy to Show Your Legs?

People wearing shorts for fat thighs should be commended. It has been the way for far too long now, that people feel like they should have to hide their bodies away for fear of ridicule and feeling uncomfortable in public. We are what we are and other people should learn to deal with that. I don't think that it is right for a larger woman with big thighs to feel like she cannot wear shorts like everyone else. The fact that they make shorts to cater for these women is good for equality amongst all sizes.

Having shorts for fat thighs should not be an excuse for people to get lazy however. I do strongly believe that people should take more care of their bodies, and obesity is a massive issue in society today. People should be aware of the health issues involved with being obese and take note. Just because they do not need to loose weight to get into the shorts does not mean that they do not need to bother. The nation needs to start a mass campaign to help motivate each other, not because of vanity reasons but due to the health implications involved with being overweight.

 

Skirts for big thighs: Best Way to Hide Your Cellulite Thighs?

There are many skirts for big thighs that do a great job of hiding away those parts that you do not want others to see. The right skirt can really help with overall body shape and give you the confidence to believe in yourself. There is nothing worse than someone with large thighs squeezing into a tight pair of jeans, where you can see the seams bulging under the pressure.

The best skirts for big thighs are actually long, light and floating skirts that do not cling to the figure to tightly. There are many out there, and they can be worn in all situations, whether at work, socializing or at more formal events. The pattern and texture of these skirts varies greatly and this is great news. You just need to find one you like and try it on. Your figure will instantly be lost underneath the skirt.

If you accessorize well, you will be able to transform you body shape to the most desired effect. A simple high waited belt will bring your waistline in and accentuate your hips without making your thighs look to large. This is usually the desired look for larger legged women and can be used to great effect.

In some cases, hiding your thighs because of cellulite is all in the mind. Your situation might not be as worse as you might imagine. If it bothers you a lot, exercising to tone your thighs may help ease your worries.

 

Compression shorts with padding: Will You Buy One?

Compression shorts are worn primarily by athletes. They are form-fitting shorts usually made out of a stretchable material such as spandex. They usually begin at the waist and end just above the knee. Wearing compression shorts has many advantages. The shorts help to keep the thigh muscles warm to prevent injury and fatigue. There is some evidence that wearing compression shorts may actually improve an athlete’s performance.

These shorts are also designed to wick moisture away from the body. This helps keep athletes from getting rashes and suffering from chafing caused by the rubbing of the thighs together. Compression shorts are also available for women to wear during and after a pregnancy. Another advantage offered by compression shorts, for men in particular, is the elimination of the need to wear a jock strap.

Padded compression shorts offer padding in areas where athletes would be injured if they should have to slide on the ground, such as baseball and softball players. These are also called sliding shorts. If I were involved in such sports, I would not hesitate to buy padded compression shorts, however, outside of participating in these types of sports, I see no need to buy padded compression shorts.

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