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Floral, Denim, Neon or Comfy Shorts!

May 30, 2012

Paige Floral Shorts

The warm season is upon us and with all the different styles of shorts out there you may be wondering where to start.

What length can I pull off? What about colors and patterns? What style will make me feel comfortable? And because the selection is so overwhelming, it could be frustrating to go shopping for shorts without any idea of what will work best for you.

If you have long, slim legs you can pretty much pick any style. Those with shorter legs have to sort through their options more carefully. If you’re shorter, find a lengthier pair that give you the appearance of a longer leg, but even then you can go anywhere from mid-thigh to Bermuda length.

Just remember, a proper fit is important. Ill-fitting shorts in any style are never flattering.

Made to Fade Rose Mini Shorts

Women of all shapes and sizes should not shy away from wearing colored shorts. Shorts in bright blue, aqua and green, shocking pink, lavish coral and lime can all be worn if properly matched with the right top.

A bright-colored short will look freshest for this summer! Pair it with a more neutral top to balance the look out.

In addition to some colorful shorts, you should also have a few neutral staples in khaki, navy, black and white to pair with more colorful and patterned tops.

Printed or floral shorts should be pair with something simple or pair it with a blouse and heels for an uptown look or keep it “weekend casual” with sandals and a T-shirt.

Beige Monrow Shorts

If you prefer a more casual feel, try a pajama style. Keep the look consistent with a button-up blouse or a light sweater, and top it off with a structured blazer. No matter how you wear it, you certainly won’t be short on style.

How do you wear your shorts?

Sources:NorthJersey, Shefinds, Teenvogue

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