December 15, 2016

The Long and Short Of Things

There’s always a problem with being petite and being tall and you’re lucky if you’re on middle ground. Being petite or tall comes with pros and cons of their own. Tall people often have the problem of finding clothes that have the right lengths for their heights, if they don’t find the correct length for their height they almost can’t do anything to remedy it but to have their clothes custom made. For petite people, I think it’s more advantageous when it comes to buying clothes because if the length doesn’t correspond to your height, you can always have the option to cut it to your height.

I used to think that maxi dresses or maxi skirts wouldn’t be flattering at all for a petite lady like me. I used to believe that wearing short dresses and always wearing high heels or wedges were always the way to go if I want to look tall. But actually wearing petite maxi dresses or maxi skirts can be a trick to making people believe that you are taller than you really are. You can wear sky high heels or wedges without them being seen thus giving an illusion that you are like 5'8 or more. 

I’ve been browsing my favorite online stores and found these amazing maxi dresses from one of the sites that always take into account the fashion news of the season: StyleWe. I frequently visit their YouTube site as well. This site is one of the well-known places where you can get affordable Asian fashion that is always in trend. 

The first time I wore a maxi dress and realized that it doesn’t look that bad on me, I got definitely got hooked. Most of the time I get the ones that are really long and with hems touching the floor so I can wear 3-4 inches of heels/wedges and can hide them underneath the long dress or skirt and voila! I am instantly taller! 
Maxi dresses always make an impact with StyleWe’s on-trend prints, soft fabrics, casual styles; all women of shapes and sizes are sure to find their pieces to stand out from the crowd. 

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