One thing dominating our Insta feeds right now is the humble button-through dress. From Urban Outfitters to New Look, it’s a style that high street shops (and bloggers alike) have
It can’t be denied that petite ranges have come a long way in recent years. The vertically challenged were once a demographic that the majority of fast-fashion companies didn’t cater
First world problem of the day: You like wearing trainers but they don’t always give your little legs enough height…AMIRITE? Luckily it’s all about casual platforms and the chunky “dad
Personally, I think that purchasing a new coat (or two or three) is one of the most exciting things about Winter. A simple piece of outerwear can make a really
Born to rock star Lenny Kravitz back in 1988, it’s fair to say that American singer, actress and model Zoe is now a fully fledged celebrity in her own right.
This post is all about the optical trickery of the V shaped neckline and how it can enhance one’s height. So what’s all the fuss about? V-necks act almost like
One easy way to create the illusion of some extra inches is to wear all one colour (also known as monochromatic dressing). The reason behind this is that, visually, you’ll create the image of a consistent vertical line which makes you appear taller to others.