I have been MIA for the longest time for no good reason and this post had been procrastinated for over a week. Finally mustered up the energy and after successfully overcoming the battle of laziness, I sit to pen down this write up.
Ok, now that was quiet a overwhelming preface but I guess this was bound to happen since I was away from this page for way too long. Now getting straight to the topic.
The premise of this post revolves around busting a few myths surrounding the fashion for short girls. What I do want to say before I begin with the post is that no matter what frame you are born with, no-one in the whole wide universe should tell you what to wear or what not. If you feel like a rocking a maxi dress or a leather mini , go ahead and flaunt it in your style. However, what I do want to put across through this post is clearing away a few myths regarding fashion for the petite frame.
Myth 1- Short Girls can’t wear a maxi
Says Who ?? A maxi dress or a skirt is actually universally flattering and accentuates every frame. Opt for a one in printed hues, block colors or even an off shoulder. Embrace thy maxi and slay it in style.
Myth 2- Dared to be spotted in horizontal stripes
Horizontal stripes are always blamed to add volume and hence there are a lot of myths surrounding it. However, to the contrary, horizontal stripes can do justice to your frame if you pick your stripes wisely. Make sure the stripes are not very spaced and are as close to each other.
Myth 3- Never Ever shall you wear the midi
NO!!!NO !! NO !!! I personally love the midi skirt. Its Victorian appeal fascinates me the most. Short and petite girls should opt for a length that does not cut their calves and you are set to rock the trend.
Myth 4- Ankle Strap Heel cuts your height
This is probably the lamest thing I have ever heard. Primarily because, it actually accentuates the height instead. So don’t be scared to pick these babies.
Myth 5- Cropped Trousers are not a cup of tea for short girls
Cropped hems are actually very flattering to our humble frames. They actually add an illusion of height and also makes the frame more slender.
Debunking these myths had always been on my mind and now since I successfully managed to have written the post, I can peacefully strike it off from my agenda.
Until next time,
Stay Stylish, Stay You