FAN MAIL FRIDAYS: Maxi Dress and Romper Techniques for Short Girls
Time for some fashion tips today! It's been a while since I answered a fashion- related FMF query so I'm excited with this one. Question is form Beverly:
Are there ways to wear maxi dress or rompers for vertically challenged girls like me?
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They said that short girls should stick to short dresses, but I just think that these people don't know a thing or two about fashion strategies! I believe everyone can wear a maxi or romper regardless of their height and shape-it just takes the right color, cut, and style! Tips after the jump! :)
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Wedges look good with maxis and rompers. When your maxi or romper is grazing the floor, you have the tendency to look even shorter and besides, you might trip and fall! Choose a comfy wedge to go along with your preferred clothing. You can opt for high heels too!
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LEAN, LONG LINES
If you're into nautical prints or anything with lines, opt for something with vertical lines to give the illusion of a taller physique.
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SLIM AND SOLID
Works best for maxi dresses. A slim belt gives the illusion of a longer torso. Similarly, maxi dresses and rompers in solid colors are always the safest bet.
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TIPS ON PRINTS AND TEXTURES
If you want to be more adventurous, choose printed maxis and rompers, but here's the thing: Such clothes with gigantic prints can make you look even smaller so always go for the ones with tiny or small prints. And just choose one between the two: prints or texture. By texture, I mean clothes with drapes, pleats, ruffles, fringes…you get the drift. If you combine heavy prints with texture, there will be too much that's going on in your outfit and it could make you look lousy or over-the-top, and too much texture can also make you look bulky and again, make you look smaller than what you actually are. I always advise my petite friends to choose maxi dresses with a painting- like print (like the one on top)-it gives more depth to the outfit, thus making them look taller.
That's all and hope you've learned something new today! :)
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