Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Comfort & Height

It's been a while that I've featured myself on my blog, and this isn't very recent but I decided to shoot a post right before Thanksgiving Day just for the heck of it.

I am short in stature and quite wide, and I know that sneaker wedges or any awkward length shoes never look that great on me. The shoes may be quite beautiful, but it doesn't change the fact that it will most likely make me look even shorter and pudgier than I am. This is something that is an important factor when picking out what kind of clothes or shoes to wear, but I've been wanting sneaker wedges for the longest time. I was actually blown away at the deal I found on IDEEL. I ordered these shoes for only $20, even though they are from BCBG.
I know that black would've done better for someone like me who is already so short but this was the only color left in my size and I decided I am going to rock them as well as I can and not think too much about how short it makes me look.

What I am wearing here is super comfortable, even though it doesn't look like a bum outfit. I love wearing super comfortable clothes like leggings and big sweaters, but that outfit is actually a lot more casual and a lot more "bummy-looking" than this outfit. Not only that, there is a boost in height because of the sneaker wedges which is always a huge plus for someone as short as me.

The gray v-neck sweater from Gap was my mom's pick but I love it so much that I've been wearing it more than she has been. It's just so comfortable to wear with anything --- jeans, black pants, leggings, or even a skirt(which is more recommendable for taller people). It's not really thick so you can totally wear it on days that aren't too hot but not too cold. As you can see, I wore a tank from Hollister Co. underneath that has a round-shaped bottom that is long enough to cover my butt. I did that mainly because I wore my work out leggings from Calvin Klein and I like to cover my butt when I wear leggings of any sort.

(My face looks really long in this photo...and the other photos. Please don't mind it too much!)

Happy [almost] Thanksgiving Day and I hope you have a comfortable but fashionable holiday!
There will be more posts soon, although they are all running a bit late.
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