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Well, to be honest, every girl wishes to have long legs so that she could flaunt them. But not everybody gets everything even I didn’t and nobody’s perfect. But yes our very own stylists and brand makers have created some really amazing options for our body structure to look more elongated. Let’s not waste our time and move straight to the points:-

  1. Monochromatic outfits

A monochromatic outfit is that the full outfit is in one color only. No contrasting, no mix-matching just in one single color example like black, white, and in gray. The monochromatic dresses of floor-length give that classy look as a whole and of course, elongate your body structure.

  1. No low-rise jeans

Girls with short height shouldn’t opt for low-rise jeans as it will minimize the lower portion of your body and then no long legs (Sad I know). They are already low on the waist so automatically they are of no help. Rather you can pick high waist to give maximum and elongate your lower body.

  1. No to knee-length dresses

Knee dresses shorten your height as it comes up to your knees. They basically hide/cover half of your legs which automatically is a no for us. No knee-length but you can go with full-length and short dresses they are good options for you.

Now, don’t let anybody tease you, make fun of you, or calling you short, show them what you got after all it’s all about the attitude.

 So what you don’t long legs you have the right attitude!

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