"Knowing what you don't want to do is the best possible place to be if you don't know what you want to do." - Oprah. - Like most people, one of the difficult things I have had to deal with in my early twenties is figuring out what it is exactly that I want to do. It took ...
Thursday, July 24, 2008
The Right Pair of Shorts
High Waste Jeans
Let’s camouflage that troubled area with some high waist shorts that are well structured. This style of shorts in a strong fabric will help suck things right in like a built in girdle
If you’re a brick house, slip into some straight legs. Above or at the knee, your curves will still show through without being too va-va-voom! Also try loose fitted mid-thigh shorts with a snug tank. Avoid thin, clingy fabrics.
If you’re straight up and down, wear shorts that add volume where you need it. Try the pleated or bubble style shorts for extra roundness. Baggier knee-lengths are a great casual option also.
Long Model Legs
If you’re really tall, go for shorts that are just a few inches above the knee. Cuffs or not, you’ll still be cool and stylish. To avoid looking awkward, stay away from shorts that are too skimpy.
Short shorts are typically more flattering on petite women, because it makes their legs appear longer. If you’re short and prefer longer shorts be sure to add some height with high heels.