Being aware of little details like colour, cut, strap placement, and hemlines makes all the difference on a shorter frame, allowing you to look and walk taller. The hope is that by relaying these tips to you, you will be able to feel just as confident wearing a pair of flats as you do in a pair of heels.
Tip 1: Instead of tunic tops, try cropped silhouettes.
1. REALISE THAT DRESSING WELL IS A SKILL
Just like cooking or shooting free throws, dressing well is a skill that can actually be learned.
Tip 1: Sensible and Symmetrical clothing
Now if you are heavy from head to toe, no need to worry girl. Try wearing sensible and symmetrical clothing which do not make you into a potato shape. If you are heavy all over then go with full length jeans but remember the jeans should be of ankle length and of pencil cut or a straight fit only! No bell bottoms or loose pants would go instead these would make you look short and fat.
1. Layer It Up
Let me just break this myth once and for all. People think that adding more layers means adding extra pounds, but that’s really not true. Adding layers gives your body definition. Plus, it does not give people a direct view of your body. If anything, it is a blessing!
If the thought of dropping temperatures and slushy streets have sent you into a winter outfit rut, you’re not alone. Dressing for work underneath a giant puffer coat can sometimes feel a bit uninspired, so take note from these well-dressed women who have their cold weather looks on lock.
If you’re unsure of how to style mid-calf boots, simply tuck a pair of jeans into them. When worn with a longer coat, it makes for the perfect pairing.
Denim is a beast of a fashion category. There are endless styles, fits, and colours to choose from. And once you find a pair you like? Well, if you’re like us, you just want to find another.