This is the most common question we get asked at GREY. First of all, I would like to say that we all have them, those parts of our body that “jiggle” and seem to always sit on the top of our pants or skirts. Lucky for us though, there area many styles of tops, dresses and shirts that are especially designed for those parts. What we should look for if the fabric has a lot of stretch or clings, is a style that has gathering of soft pleating on the sides. This allows you to gather the fabric, thus disguising the “jiggles”. If you are looking for something that is a little formal, choose a top that has lining that is form fitting with a sheer or soft covering/shell, like silk. This will give you support while hiding the unmentionables. Another trick of the trade is to use a belt. There is a common misconception that belts add volume, when in fact they are a great tool to emphasize, or even create, a waist line. Try using a cincher belt that has elastic in the back for extra comfort and breathability, giving the effect of an hourglass figure.