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7 Ways Shorter Men Can Dress to Look Taller
♣ Wear fitted clothes and suits that stay especially close to the body.
Most of us have seen this photo before, but never seem to tire of the apt point that it makes. Without question, baggy clothes will stretch the silhouette horizontally, causing a person to look wider, instead of taller. Think about lengthening (instead of widening) yourself from head-to-toe whenever you dress. It’s sobering to notice the transformation that a shorter man experiences when he forgoes his baggy clothing for clothes that reveal a streamlined silhouette.
♣ Lengthen the legs by opting for no break on the pant legs, as slightly shorter pants exposes more of the shoe; both of which creates a continuous, unbroken body line with more of the body showing…which, in turn, makes you appear taller.
♣ Wearing colors within the same color spectrum avoids breaking the body line (with the distraction of different colors), and lengthens the silhouette from head to toe.
♣ Make Sure Your Shirt Doesn’t Pass Your Hipbone.
If you’re short and wearing a button down shirt, you should be tucking it in 90 percent of the time. It will give you a slimmer line and make your legs look longer. But, if you absolutely have to un-tuck, or are wearing a shirt designed to be un-tucked (like a T-shirt), make sure that the hem doesn’t go past your hipbone. Anything longer and it will swallow you up and make your legs look stubby.
♣ Practice good posture. If you are slouched or hunched over due to poor posture and bad core strength, you will inevitably look shorter than you really are. Exercise such as yoga, rowing, and other conditioning exercises can help immensely.
♣ The simplest way. Try a dress shoe with a hidden height-increase elevator heel. Not only does it make the shorter you taller instantly, it improves your posture as well.