Who said it is too cold to wear skirts? I love skirts, in fact I’d rather wear skirts then slacks all day, call me crazy, I know. I feel skirts can really bring out someone’s curve or add curves to someone’s figure. Maxi skirts have allowed me to mix and match many styles all while motivating me to step out my comfort zone. A maxi skirt in the winter is definitely doable. With the right pairs of shoes, maxi skirts can be a fun incorporation to your wardrobe and quite fitting for the cold weather. However, being 5’2 ft can be challenging to pull off a style that includes a maxi skirt. Many may say that maxi skirts only fit well on tall slim girls, but I beg to differ. I have found long skirts so fitting to my personal wardrobe.
Short Girls Like Me
My suggestion for wearing maxi skirts for short girls like me is to wear maxi skirts at your waistline. Typically over your belly button because the appearance of being taller is all about proportions. Wearing your maxi skirts at your waistline creates a kind of optical illusion. Having the maxi skirt at your waistline leads to the appearance of longer legs and shapes an amazing figure.
Outfit Details: Elbow Pacth Top / Burlington Skirt (n/a) $14.99 / Aldo Purse (n/a) 2 yrs old $20
Outfit Details: Booties (Original$150.00) Bought at sale price $48.99
When choosing this top, I wanted to pick a top that would compliment my figure. I personally, love wearing a fitted top while wearing a maxi skirt. I think for a maxi skirt, “short girls” should consider wearing something fitting. At times tops that are voluminous have the potential to make you appear stockier than you are. Nevertheless, this is not the case all the time, I have seen many petite short girls wear tops that are a little loose and still, they look stunning. At the end of the day, strutting what you feel most comfortable in is all that matters. What tips do you have for short girls in maxi skirts?
God Bless You Always!
Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting;
but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised.
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