If you’ve been following my Fab Fall Trend Countdown – 31 Days to a More Stylish Chic You, series, there’s a good chance you’re thinking about which of the fall trends are right for you. And if you’re a petite fashionista, finding the right trend in the right fit can sometimes be a challenge. To help you in your quest, here are some petite options in the latest fall styles.
Velvet is back this fall with a capital “V” and wearing it in rich jewel tones like this flattering burgundy Eliza J velvet sheath dress with side tuck detail is especially current.
2. Bell Sleeves
Statement sleeves are sending a loud and clear message that they aren’t going away anytime soon. This trend is still going strong. This look is lovely, but Petites do need to be mindful of sleeve lengths. Sleeves that are too long pull the eye down, making you look short. Instead, opt for a top with shorter sleeve length like his bell-sleeve top from Lark & Ro.
Everyone wants to stay warm when temperatures start to dip, and shearling, another big fall trend, is a great option. This mix media cascade collar faux shearling jacket is sure to keep you warm without overwhelming a petite frame. The cascade collar that balances out fuller hips makes this a particularly right choice for pear-shaped Petites.
4. Winter Florals
A sheath dress is always appropriate, and this sleeveless floral printed sheath dress featuring bold winter florals makes it especially right for this fall. The just-above-the-knee length is perfect for most women, and the vertical spray of flowers creates height for a petite frame.
5. Wrap It Up – burgundy
Regular readers know how much I love a wrap dress, and this faux wrap ballerina dress is no exception. A wrap dress is always classy and appropriate and makes your body look amazing! A wrap dress in this fall’s burgundy? Even better.
I’ve been going ga-ga over this fall’s embroidery trend. We’re seeing it everywhere and on everything from boots to dresses, to tops, and more. These embroidered slim boyfriend ankle jeans give you the comfort you want while still working well with just about any kind of footwear, including boots, sneaker, or shoes.
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