Not just can it be hard to find clothing that fit you when you're petite (believed 5 feet 3 inches shorter or tall), it may be a challenge to understand what sorts of clothes are the most flattering.
Many shops have miniature departments, but since most designers make clothes for the average height woman, who's about 5 feet 5 inches, petite girls can get frustrated when shopping for dresses and pants specifically. Petite clothes don't refer to weight, only elevation. To buy womens weekend blazers you can search the websites of blazer suppliers online.
Petite girls can take some comfort to know they are in good company with the likes of Reese Witherspoon (5 feet, 2 inches), Jada Pinkett Smith (5 ft ) and Eva Longoria (approximately 5 feet, 1 inch).
Vertical lines are always great for petite girls because they give the illusion of height. If you're petite, avoid horizontal lines at any cost. You can get upright lines by wearing pants with pinstripes, or you may choose ribbed or wire-pattern knits. Zip-fronts are a great option, as are sarong or wrap-style dresses, based on an excerpt from Kim Dahlman's publication, "The Petite Handbook," in the"Tribune-Review" site.
You want to wear a V-neck or take a look. A rounded neck will appear flattered on you, while the V will provide you more of the vertical appearance you desire. If your top isn't a V-neckline, you can create one by pairing your curved neck shirt with a vest or a thin cardigan. A long necklace will assist with the vertical appearance, too.