While in the past, women of modest height considered it to be a shortcoming, being short in the present world proves to be no real disadvantage at all. Why? Because in today’s day and age, there are simple ways in which you can look taller without physically altering your height. So, if you’re looking to appear taller, these 6 fashion tips will help you achieve just that with little or no effort. Go on, have a look:
Heels, Of Course. Duh!
This is the most tried and tested way for women to look taller. And the best part is, you get heels in various sizes for all types of feet. So the only question that remains to be asked is, “How tall do you want to look?”
Go High Waist
When you wear high waist pants, shorts and skirts, you create the illusion of long legs and hence you will seem taller. Ever wonder why long-legged beauties are always thought of as tall?!
By unbuttoning your jacket, you create the illusion of vertical lines. And when you create the illusion of vertical lines, you appear taller. What’s more, by unbuttoning, you are definitely distracting the male eye from your height, if you know what we mean!
Long necklaces are known to flatter your upper body and at the same time create the illusion of vertical lines. Yes, it’s that easy to look taller and at the risk of using a pun, we’d say, being short doesn’t have to be a pain in your neck anymore.
If you’re a fit woman then this tip will work wonders for you. Wearing some figure hugging clothes and fashion dresseswhich will emphasize your curves and lines. This will undoubtedly make you look taller than loose fitting clothes. Plus, you get to show off that body you’ve worked so hard to maintain!
Say No to Cropped Pants
There’s a reason taller women wear cropped pants; it’s to appear shorter. This is why you should avoid them if you’re trying to look taller. Simple enough isn’t it?
Now that you know the secret to appearing taller, you can actually convince people that you’re tall on any given day of the year. Yes ladies, the world will look up to you now! For more trend setting fashion tips