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Sunday, June 19, 2016

OOTD: Dressing For Your Shape

Top: Topshop // Shorts: Topshop // Sunglasses: Quay Australia // Shoes: Topshop

I love fashion.  I love trying out all the new trends that hit the shops but I know that some items/trends just won't suit me and my body shape.  Everyone is different so what suits one person will not suit the next.  Dressing for your shape is so important and I think I've got it down with what works for me and my shape.

For this look theres three items that all play a part in helping me dress the best for my shape.

1. High Waisted Shorts: Anything that is high waisted works for me as it nips me in at my smallest part which is my waist.  These shorts from Topshop are perfect for me as they are tailored so highlight my waist but skim over my slightly larger bits aka my legs and bum.  They come to a decent length on my leg too so are rather flattering.  I'm absolutely in love with the print of them, the tropical coloured print is so fun and they were perfect on holiday but I can't wait to hopefully wear them here at home if the weather perks up again.

2. Crop Top: The little crop top highlights my waist too and having a little bit of stomach out as well just draws the eye to my smallest part.  Now it might sound a little weird but I actually quite like my shoulders and the racer top style of this top really shows them off.  I'm a little obsessed with these style of crop tops too, I've got them in a couple of colours now and they are just so easy to throw on and so easy to wear.

3. Heeled Sandals: Heeled sandals finish off the look, to give me that little bit more height but to also help to elongate my legs.  I'm only five foot five so I need all the help I can get with lengthening my legs and these sandals are perfect!

What do you think of this look? How do you dress for your shape?


1 comment

  1. This outfit is stunning- and I adore those shorts! Those colours and the print is beautiful!

    Charlotte xx


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