Cheap high waisted jeans for shorter girls

Cheap High Waisted Jeans Ark
Cheap High Waisted Jeans Ark

Short girls always get the, ahem, short end of the stick. We can never quite reach the top kitchen shelf (which is usually where Ollie hides all of my sweets) and finding a pair of jeans that actually fit is near damn impossible. I've always tried to squish myself into high waisted jeans in hope that they'd make me look taller than about 3 ft, but nothing has ever fit me properly, let alone make me look like an amazonian goddess. Then I came across another pair of my favourite jeans from Hearts and Bows, which don't only fit me like a glove, but hey, they're not actually black for once either. Now let's take a moment to appreciate my mid hair swish in the top photo, shall we? I'm so model.

Let me know how tall you guys are in the comments!? Girls gotta know.

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TRIWA Midnight Henry Sunglasses *
Tobi.com Black Blazer * (similar here)
Jack Wills Vest (sold out but similar here)
Hearts and Bows Lola Ripped Knee Jeans from ARK Clothing *
3.1 Phillip Lim Clutch *
Steve Madden Pony Hair Shoes *

Styling Boyfriend Jeans

Styling Boyfriend Jeans

Styling boyfriend jeans has never been a forte of mine. I'm a petite girl and I like my shoes flat, which means my legs can look even shorter than usual. I've tried so many pair but my recent Machine Jeans discovery has changed my life - at least my denim-wearing life. Tight enough to stop me from looking bottom-heavy, cropped enough to give me that bit of ankle cleavage that I oh so desire, and enough rips to make me look like I'm a badass, without actually having to leave my home or lose any dignity along the way. 

Tobi black blazer (similar here)
H&M black cami top (also love this one)
Machine Jeans boyfriend jeans (washed version here)
Daniel Footwear black boots (more here)

Blue jeans, white shirt

Blue jeans white shirt outfit
Blue jeans white shirt outfit

Excuse the not-overly-imaginative title, but right now my brain is focussing on one thing only - drugs. The anti-flu type, of course. I had my first flu of the year a few weeks back..got over it quick, and here I am again, tucked up in bed with a mug of lemsip and surrounded by approximately forty eight thousand tissues. Oh the glamour! Needless to say, this picture was snapped a few days ago, right before the nose-running started. I recieved a pair of Closed denim jeans in the post the other day as a complete surprise, so thought I'd ditch my usual loose-fitting sweats and attempt to style up some classic navys. First skirts, now blue jeans - who am I? It must be the meds doing crazy things to my stuffy head. Speaking of which, needs a little bit of TLC right about now. Happy Friday!

Leather jacket from Warehouse (yup, again - similar here)
White shirt from Forever 21 Men (also here)
Blue jeans from Closed Denim (similar here)
Arizona sandals from Birkenstock (highstreet version here)

Four basics, one outfit

Four basics one outfit
Four basics one outfit
Four basics one outfit
Four basics one outfit

Despite my high-street tendancies, I'm all about investing in the classic basics. If I could wear something like this every single day I think I'd be set for life, but I can't imagine it would make for the most exciting blog posts. That being said, I'm thinking about setting myself up for a few challenges in the wardrobe department. With an ever-growing wardrobe (that I promise to be selling the majority of very soon!) I find myself making more and more fashion faux pas - and not in the cute, kawaii kind of way. More like a 'sh*t, why did I wear that?' sort of vibe (sucks to have your all of your wardrobe mistakes documented on the www). So to solve - or at least attempt to solve - all of my current fashion hang-ups, I've decided to take on a new challenge every month. Whether it's wearing heels for an entire week, forcing myself into a skirt every once in a while or just working a certain basic into a variation of looks each month, I am so game. Leave me a few ideas in the comments below about what you'd like to see me doing/wearing - but please, be gentle with me.

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My first pair of Abercrombie jeans

Abercrombie jeans
Abercrombie jeans
Abercrombie jeans
Abercrombie jeans

LAST year the only denim item in my wardrobe was a pair of well-loved black skinnies (complete with one too many rips) and leather was the main topic of interest. Fast forward one year and - whilst I'm still in the leathers and donning the ripped knees - my collection of jeans has grown almost exponentially. Inevitable for a girl with over seventy jackets, sure, but you wouldn't believe who makes my perfect pair. Acne? Nope. Allsaints? Not quite. Try Abercrombie & Fitch.

Whilst I will admit that I don't often venture into their physical stores, I have become partial to eyeing up the odd sweater and essential basic online. But the best thing they offer? The jeans. Not only are they a seriously good quality product for a insane price (which means I can pay my rent for once), but the waistband never digs in or sits awkwardly so it's always flattering - which means no more muffin top and no more yanking up my jeans in the middle of street (which you know, happens a lot when you're the size of an eight year old). I've fallen in love with the A+F super skinnies in the lighter blue, but there's practically every other wash and colour you could ever want on site and in store. That denim collection I mentioned? It's about to get a whole lot bigger.

JACKET | H&M  TEE | No name  SKINNY JEANS | Abercrombie & Fitch  SHOES | Vans  BAG | 3.1 Phillip Lim