Being a short girl is a whole experience in itself. Most of the time, people think you’re in high school or just graduated from college. The rest of the time, you’re climbing stools and countertops to reach for your favourite cookies, clothes or books. And it doesn’t end here. We all know shopping for clothes is also an adventure because things are either too long or too large; you rarely find anything that is in your size. And if a short girl tells you they’ve never shopped in the kids’ section, they’re lying through their teeth. So we have put together style solutions that will simplify your life, guaranteed. LEGGINGS WILL SAVE YOUR DAY — if everything else fails in your wardrobe, nothing like a pair of tight leggings paired with a top to save the day. They not only give major supermodel vibes, but also the illusion of long legs. Whether you pair them with an oversized boyfriend shirt or a crop top, they’re bound to make you feel fabulous.BOYFRIEND’S CLOTHES ARE YOURS NOW — winters are here and what better than cosy and oversized clothes? There’s a legitimate reason why “boyfriend” clothing became a thing. Think boyfriend jeans and boyfriend jackets; not only are they comfortable but look good too. Plus pockets! Short girls, you can have it easy. Just take your boyfriend’s shirt, roll up the sleeves, put on some tight leggings and ballerina flats/boots and you have a proper look! If you’re feeling more casual, sneakers look just as good. SAFETY-PINS ARE YOUR BEST-FRIEND — a little tear and safety pins will come to your rescue. Remember those pair of pants you impulsively purchased? Pin the bottom. The oversized top you got is now too low on the neck? Pin it to your bra. There is nothing a safety pin cannot do. It’s the first thing your mother tells you to keep handy when you wear a sari or salwar kameez.BELTS WILL HELP YOU ACE THE LOOK — boring or loose outfits, belts will be your saviour. A plain outfit can simply be elevated by using a belt. Considering that most clothes short girls find are too large, belts can help cinch that extra fold and make something that looks too voluminous appear well-fitted. You can even style a sari with a belt. You can find some inspiration here.