The most obvious way to look taller is to wear high heels but truly, wearing high heels is not the only way to look taller. As a tall woman myself standing at 5ft 11inches, I am confident that I am not the only one who despite being tall still wants to look taller. What’s not to love about being tall? When you look tall, you look thinner or slimmer, so, you might as well cheat. But really, today, I want to share 3 ways for your to look taller, especially for my petite ladies.
Wearing high heels make you look taller. However, the secret to wearing high heels is to wear ones you can wear comfortably and confidently. If you are a newbie to high heels, go for kitten heels and when you are “grand on heels”, go for the next level of height and then to the next level. See what I mean in photos below:
Another way to look tall is to wear a monochromatic look. A monochromatic look does not only make you look taller, they make you look slimmer and if you choose a very well tailored piece, you look so polished and chic. So, wear monochrome if you want to look taller.
Another easy breezy way to look taller is to wear a high bun. Bun do not only make you look taller, they help make your face look leaner and also accentuates your face, highlighting your cheek bone / facial features.
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Finally, if you want to look really tall and slim, combine all of these 3 together and you would look super duper tall. Whatever, you do, ensure to feel and look comfortable in with the choices you make.
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I want to thank you so much for reading. I do hope you found the TIPS helpful. Do have fun styling yourself taller. If you found this post helpful, please do share with your friends and family and also on your social media channels.
Much Love, Mojisola.
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