The puson is one of the most stubborn areas to rid of fat. With a strict diet and a consistent exercise regimen, you can reduce its size. But if you want fast results, you can try clever styling tricks to make it look less obvious. Read on to learn more.

1. Love stretch materials.
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When you're looking into bottoms, a material that can conform to your body shape will help you a lot. For one, your belly won't struggle, and your booty will be nicely hugged!

2. Play with proportions.
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Since your bottoms will most likely feel snug, pairing it with loose tops will get your puson to go incognito in style. Plus, this is the basic model-off-duty look that seriously work for everyone. You can also try wearing wrap dresses that cinch your waist and hides problem areas.

3. Don't mind the labels.
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You shouldn't be alarmed when you are sure that you have a 26-inch waistline, but you can't fit into a pair of size 26 pants. Most retailers have different sizing references. Get a size up or down—the key is to get an item that fits you like a glove. The number on the clothing is just a number, not a definition of who you are!

4. Embrace high-rise anything.
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Remember the 2000 trend of low-rise bottoms? Well, that style will only make your muffin top more obvious. We're lucky to live in a time where high-waist jeans, shorts, and skirts are on trend and stylish. The high-rise style tucks in a protruding stomach and lengthens your silhouette. What is there not to love, right?

5. Smooth and shape it. 
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Shapewear is your instant tummy tuck—your secret best friend. When you want to wear tight dress, you don't need to be conscious of your midsection. Simply slip it on and you'll marvel at your new flat stomach.

PHOTO: Instagram @kimcpavao; @harperandharley; @karla_deras; @tovogueorbust; @xoxotsumi 

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