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4 Best Boots For Petite Women

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Wearing boots for petite women can be challenging as boots mostly make shorter women appear to be even shorter. But don’t worry, as a petite woman, we still have all the rights to wear boots, as long as they are the perfect fit for us. Here are 4 best boots for us, petite women.

Ankle Boots With Heels

Heels are a petite girl’s best friend. Medium heels add some height to your appearance and still provide enough comfort for everyday use. High-heeled ankle boots with a lace-up design are the perfect shoe for elegant occasions. Choose a high heel with a sleek, zippered design to dress up your favorite skinny jeans, or try a simple single-buckle design with a skirt that falls about mid-calf.

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Pointed Toe Boots

Boots with a tapered toe have a slimming and elongating effect on the legs above them. Choose a pointed or rounded toe rather than a squared toe to get the best look out of any boot style. Pointed toes are typically more eye-catching, while rounded toes offer a softer, more casual appearance.

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Wedges Heels Boots

Wedge boots are much more comfortable than skinny heels, and they add a trendy touch to casual and dressy fashions. Wear knee-high boots with a high wedged heel under skirts and dresses of any length, or opt for ankle boots with a lace-up design for a fun and casual appearance. Many petite women prefer high-heel wedge boots because they offer style and stability along with the height-enhancing benefits of heels.

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Knee-High Boots

Petite women aren’t limited to short boots. Boots that come just beneath the knee are typically the most flattering long boot style for shorter legs. Zippered riding boots with a snug fit and a bit of a heel are a versatile addition to your closet. Wear them over jeans or with any skirt below the knee, or pair them with a mini and make a head-turning fashion statement. Simple embellishments are the best option if you want to make your legs appear longer. Opt for a single buckle near the ankle or an unobtrusive side lace to add style without shortening your appearance.

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5 Sportswear For Everyday Wear

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Sportswear or the so-called casual attire seems like a simple idea. Yet, many people are dumbfounded with an idea that casual wear is not necessarily mean jeans and t-shirt only. There are in fact, several casual wear ideas that you might not think of. Here are some sportswear ideas for everyday life.

The Classic Jeans And A Top

A well-fitting pair of jeans and trendy top show your casual side while making you look presentable. This is your opportunity to showcase a little personality, so choose a top that speaks to who you are. For instance, a colorful polka dot top might convey a very fun-loving personality, while nautical stripes might convey a more preppy and reserved personality. Of course, personalities are complex and cannot be expressed singularly, but nonetheless, your patterns and prints can say a lot about you if you want them to. A pony-tail will really make the outfit “sporty” looking, but you could also leave your hair down.

 

 

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Khakis And A Blazer

Ironed dress khakis and a tailored blazer (black or navy) are ideal for sportswear that call for “business casual” attire. Khakis should be dress khakis with a pleat, not cargo or cropped. The blazer should be tailored so that it looks sharp and professional. Do not detract from the outfit with a top that is too bold—in other words, no animal prints or polka dots or loud colors. A neutral color (gray, charcoal or white) to offset the blazer works best.

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Dress Slacks And A Sweater

Dress slacks and a sweater are preppy and slightly formal, but they can be fashionable as well. Pin-striped or solid color slacks (in black, navy or dark brown) can be matched with a more brightly colored sweater. Don’t be afraid to wear bold colors on top—pink, purple or red can be matched with the dark slacks and still look very sharp. You can dress up the outfit with a pearl necklace and earrings.

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Fashion Trend To Watch For Spring 2019

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As the world is waiting for 2019 to approach, what would become the Spring trend in the fashion world has also waited. In addition to delivering Instagrammable accessories and putting on a spectacular show, designers were expected to offer solutions, reactions, or rebuttals. What that means for trends is that there is no single overarching idea. There are many fashion factions, each offering its own remedy.

The Greatest Escape

Against the landscape of a world spinning out of control, designers infused their collections with a wide-ranging sense of wanderlust this season. All this escapism isn’t without politics. ered a potent Prabal Gurung delivmessage of multiculturalism and diversity. With a collection rooted in his Nepalese roots and immigrant journey. Valentino’s Pierpaolo Piccioli eschewed fantasy for the freedom to be who you are every day.

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The Handmade Tale

Designers like Loewe’s Jonathan Anderson, Julie de Libran at Sonia Rykiel, and Gypsy Sport’s Rio Uribe are positing a tech-free future with collections that celebrate the artistry and imperfection of handicrafts. Anderson’s macramé bags elevate the handmade to luxury-goods status. While De Libran’s unfussy net dresses and Uribe’s crocheted tops have an alluring, pastoral simplicity. Consider this a celebration of makers in an ever-machined world.

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Must-Have Bolder Shoulders

Nongender clothing is on the rise. From Maison Margiela and Louis Vuitton to Givenchy. So it’s not surprising that the single most popular item on the Spring 2019 runways was a big, boxy blazer. Sort of mannish in its loose cut but with a feminine edge in its pointed shoulders, this shape works on every body. No matter size, gender, race, or creed.

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50 Shades of Beige

Ten years ago, beige-colored clothing was all the rage at Spring 2009 Fashion Week. Is the return to nude colors a reflection of the politicized body? Or an austerity measure for troubled times? Maybe it’s the commentary on oversharing on social media, a reflection of the ways we conceal and reveal who we are underneath our clothes? Whatever the case, expect to see lots more ladies in buff this spring.

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5 Hair Color Trend in 2019

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The new year is officially upon us, and that means a fresh batch of hair color trends are about to get big. And, spoiler, the hair colors of 2019 are really good—so good, you’ll have a hard time settling on just one. Ahead are the top 5 hair color you will discover to be a big hit in 2019.

Classic Chestnut And Gold

Classic chestnut hues will get a subtle upgrade come 2019, thanks to face-framing, light-brown highlights. Miranda Kerr has already jumped on the trend, adding dimension to her iconic brunette hair with sleek, golden highlights. The best part about this color is that it’s so easy to maintain—especially if you’re starting with a brown base.

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Shiny Black

This rich, inky-black is all about shine—the glossier, the better. Preserving your shade is crucial with this hue, so make sure you stock up on color-enhancing products before booking your appointment. And no, it has nothing to do with your back then gothic day.

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Ash Gray

If you’d like to dip your toes into the dark side without committing to a full-on black look, ash gray is an obvious choice. The darkest sections will be along your roots, with a light, moody gray toward your ends.

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Soft Pink

It isn’t often that a wearable hair color trend comes out of fashion week, but the pastel hues that dotted the Marc Jacobs Spring 2019 runway may just inspire you to go bold this year. Models wore shades of blue, lavender, and orange, but it was the soft, cotton-candy pink that arguably stole the show.

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Baby Blonde

The inspiration behind this shade is the sun-brightened, natural streaks you’d find on surfers or little kids. Just make sure you ask your stylist to lean towards pale blonde tones rather than pure icy. This color is especially for those who loved the platinum color in 2018.

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