We all aim to ace our #BalikAlindog plans, but when you get impatient with the results of a healthy diet and a regular exercise regimen (which, by the way, is still the sure route to a lean and toned body) you tend to slack off and stop your fitness resolution all together. To keep you motivated on your quest to a trimmer bod or when you just want to drop pounds in seconds, try these slimming hacks.

1. Wear a long outerwear.

When you top off an outfit with a jacket, blazer, or coat that falls below your waist, you create a long vertical line on your body, which trims your silhouette.

Topshop Shawl Collar Sleeveless Jacket
Topshop is available at SM Megamall, Shangri-La Plaza, Power Plant Mall, Greenbelt, SM Mall of Asia, and Alabang Town Center.


2. Put on a flouncy dress or skirt.
It highlights a tiny waist and hides a heavy bottom, creating a shape for your natural curves.

Apartment 8 Take a Chance Skirt, P1,780
Apartment 8 is available at www.apartment8clothing.com.


3. Add a thin belt to your outfit.
This underrated fashion accessory cinches the waist and creates an hourglass shape. Stay away from thick belts because they tend to divide your body into two big chunks.

Parfois Special Buckle Belt, P799
Parfois is available at SM Megamall, SM Southmall, and Glorietta.


4. Go monochrome.
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Dressing in one color from head to toe can make you appear taller and leaner.


5. Take a deep plunge.
A V-neck possesses awesome slimming abilities: It can slenderize a round face, lengthen your neck, and narrow down your waist.

Plains & Prints Romper

Plains & Prints is available at Shangri-La Plaza, Glorietta, and Alabang Town Center.

PHOTO: Instagram @louiseroe

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