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In a world full of oversized, maxed out, and multi-layered fashion trends, figuring out what works for someone with a dainty frame can be difficult. I consider myself an expert at dealing with the problems associated with 5'2 "such as garment hemming and the dismay when a product arrives in the mail and doesn't look like the 5'9 model But other than that, it can be pretty easy, I promise. If you don't find it that easy, don't worry because that's where I come in.
Today's discussion about petite fashion? Spring trends. Here at Who What Wear we've covered a lot of news in fashion, but I've decided to make a list of trends that seem most flattering for those with shorter heights. If you're also in the market looking to upgrade your wardrobe for the new season but are debating which trends are worth scrolling on, keep scrolling.
I'm sure you've seen us mention corsets quite a few times on this page, but the hype is real. Whether it is a real corset or the silhouette of the curved waist, I am 100% done with it.
This is an fall trend that I'm glad to see hit the spring weather with lighter versions. I love a good cocoon cardigan, but I've always felt that cropped versions seemed more flattering overall.
As much as I've tried, I can't stand behind flat loafers (or flat shoes in general – a slight heel is required). I recently bought a chunky pair and they not only look more fashionable but also give the height I want.
As I said, any additional height is necessary. I'm over the moon that the '90s platforms are back in style so I can channel my inner Lizzie McGuire.
Not only do folds look luxurious, they also provide comfort. The vertical lines of the design ultimately make you look bigger than you actually are.
I originally thought this trend wouldn't work for me, but after trying more "relaxed" versions of jeans instead of the baggier versions, I think I've found my new favorite style of denim.
Instead of midi skirts, mini skirts are the perfect cut to elongate your legs. Plus, they have been spotted on all the runways this season so it's definitely a trend to try them out if you're comfortable.
Next: 10 trends that we mentioned months ago that are a really big deal now