Fall Fashion Trends for Petites

Fall Fashion Trends for Petites

The toughest challenge for petite body frames is to create a flattering proportion with clothing styles that have been designed with a taller frame in mind. If you want to rock fall trends, the first thing to keep in mind as a petite woman is to gravitate toward trends that can be molded to suit your body type. Some of these hot options in 2010 fall fashion trends for petites are easy to suit to your body type.

Structure and Tailoring

A return of lady like styles means that uber structured tailoring and slick suits have graduated from classic staple to hot trend this fall. For petites, this is excellent news, because you can choose tailoring that shows off your body to the best of its ability in sleek proportions. Choose jackets that hit just above your hip, and skirts that come just above the knee. Pencil skirts can give some curves to a straight skinny frame, while three button jackets with waist seaming help streamline the already curvy figure. You can choose minimalist pieces that enhance your proportion by creating a long, lean silhouette. In order to do this, look for structured styles in neutral colors that define a waist. Make sure that the waist sits at the tiniest part of you (often just at or just below the rib cage). Though this might seem high, the extra few inches of height will give you a longer leg line, which can help you appear taller and leaner.

Minimalist outfits are enhanced by extra body lengthening oomph when you choose them in monochromatic colors. inspired styles can do wonders for the petite frame. Though many styles of menswear pants are being shown tapered this fall, the best option for a petite woman is to choose the hot menswear shorts. One example this fall is longer skirts, which would wind up hiding your leg line and shortening you visually. But though this can seem discouraging, one option is to gravitate toward trends in details this fall, where the shape of the clothing doesn necessarily come into play.

Some trends like that this fall include jewel tones (deep saturated colors), the color red, gold accents, lace detail, and military inspirations. All of these trends can be incorporated into fits that you already know flatter your figure, making your clothes complementary to your shape as well as trendy.

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