Wednesday, January 7th, 2015
Correct me if I’m wrong, but the Midi can be an awkward length right? Speaking on behalf of those missing the gene to long, wafey, pins we certainly feel it, as the midi divides the calf, emphasizing SLS (short leg syndrome)… Heels only go so far (literally), but it helps to look for small structural details that make all the more difference. Take this St Frock Midi for example, the combination of an asymmetrical hem and folded split helps to create a visual illusion, making my legs appear longer then they would with a solid hem. Who doesn’t love a little bit of magic?
Balancing out the detail seen in the hemline, a boned bustier and plunging neckline helps to create a very feminine silhouette, highlighting my natural curves. I can’t help but feel very womanly in this dress and ready to stand out from the crowd in this mottled, stormy print. One white, textured pair of points later and I’m ready for brunch with the girls, followed by Mojito’s! How did you start the New Year?
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Photography by Erin Smith Photography