Are you a petite lady looking for some fashion inspiration? Well, you are in luck because there exist a number of bloggers out there with petite frames that give the best outfit and fashion inspiration to women. From chic fashion inspiration to sporty, casual and many more. Here are the best petite style bloggers you should follow:
Chi is founder of Petite Dressing, and author of “The Petite Style Bible“, international best seller and the only book dedicated to styling women under 5’4”. The Petite Dressing Blog has become the favorite petite fashion resource for millions of petite girls, and her Youtube channel is the go-to for anyone seeking petite fashion tips. Frustrated by the limited choices petite girls have, she started an online petite styling service dedicated for petite women, where she works with independent American designers to offer elegant, expensive-looking style at an affordable price tag.
Pumps and Pushups
Brooke of Pumps and Pushups is one blogger you need to follow if you are a petite lady hoping to find outfit inspiration for different occasions. While she may be petite, with her fashion choices, she easily stands out and for all the right reasons. Her style is impeccable as she has this way of wearing plain clothes and prints without them looking overwhelming on her. Her play with proportions works so well making her look great and confident.
Brooke (above) styled a printed navy shift dress with a pair of sandals. The length of the dress, that is above the knee makes her legs look longer. The simple style of the dress also makes sure it doesn’t overwhelm her considering her petite size.
Your Pal Jordyn
Jordyn of Your Pal Jordyn is a blogger who is certainly confident with just her petite height. Her pictures tell it all and well, her style is perhaps the best way to express this. She often picks loud prints and bold colors. She is the best petite blogger to follow if you are a girly girl as she prefers florals, polka dots, ruffles and tiers.
Jordyn (above) is wearing a printed dress with a denim jacket and some wedges. With such a printed dress, one needs minimal accessories to allow the dress to stand out, just as she did.
The Mel Division
Melanie of The Mel Division is a petite blogger who has certainly mastered the art of minimalism. She prefers neutral colors and camel tones. Her style is definitely chic whether casual or dressy giving her a nice clean feed that is a joy for any fashion lover to look at. One never goes wrong with such shades as they are the easiest to style and suit different bodies.
Mel (above) is wearing a white pullover with a slightly printed skirt, some sandals and a straw bag. For a cleaner look such as hers, it’s always best to pair the printed piece with something plain.
Small Town Fancy
Amy of Small Town Fancy has great style that’s both simple but fashion forward. Her pieces are very versatile and would suit a lot of petite women. They would also suit any other woman of a different body size because they are simple and definitely not intimidating. Even better, her looks suit different occasions and you’ll love them if you are a mom.
Amy (above) is wearing a little white printed dress with a pair of sandals and a white bag. In most cases, simplicity goes a long way.
With Sunshine Sol
Sunshine of With Sunshine Sol is a blogger with a preference for casual looks. This is easy to explain as she loves to travel so it only makes sense to go for comfortable pieces. She also enjoys walks with her dogs and this calls for relaxed outfits. However, she still keeps things pretty stylish.
Sunshine (above) styled a shift dress with a long cardigan and a black hat. Shift dresses are great for petite girls, especially if you pick one that goes above the knees.
Mrs Preppy Bell
Ashley of Mrs Preppy Bell is a petite blogger with a love for color and lots of it. Color is fun and gives you that youthful appearance especially if you are petite. However, it has to be done right which is exactly what Ashley does. Her blog will inspire you to pick up some of your colorful wardrobe pieces and wear them outside on nice summary days.
Ashley (above) styled a lantern-sleeve with some white shoes and a printed bag. If you’re going to be wearing a colorful dress or other pieces, it’s best to keep shoes and other accessories minimal.
5 Feet Off Fashion
Scrolling through Amanda of 5 Feet Off Fashion’s blog will make you fall in love with style even more. She has a way of making even the simplest pieces look so fashion forward. Her looks are so easy to put together as she has pieces that everyone pretty much has or should have. The difference is on her, they look like they cost a lot more which is what we all want.
Amanda (above) styled a fit n flare dress with a belt, some open shoes and a crossbody. Such silhouettes suit petite women of different body shapes as they are forgiving. They make your waist look smaller and make you look taller if you pick the right length.
Hey It’s Natalie
Natalie of Hey It’s Natalie is definitely experimental with her looks but often brings them out in an effortlessly chic way. From neutral looks to brighter colors, shorter and longer outfits, looking through her blog will definitely inspire any petite woman to try out different silhouettes.
Natalie (above) is wearing a sporty chic outfit. She has on a matching set with some sneakers and a bomber jacket. Picking high waist pants such as hers makes your legs look longer.
The Cam K Way
Cam of The CamKWay is a petite blogger with a more daring sense of style. She does not shy away from crop tops, interesting designs and trendy pieces. She is also into stripes and you can tell that she is also very experimental. Some of her looks will remind you of those you see in editorials. They are simply amazing.
Cam (above) is wearing a striped dress with bold sleeves and some strappy heels. She sleeked her hair back and wore some simple earrings to accessorize. With such a bold dress, simple hair and jewelry gives an amazing balance.
Madison of Madison Clevenstine is a gorgeous blogger with a classy sense of style. Her outfits are very feminine, from her lady-like midi dresses to her beautiful selection of classic pieces. She is rarely in casual clothes but has a way of incorporating comfort into her various looks. She also loves to pick neutral and classic colors in most cases.
Madison (above) styled a white midi dress with a pair of sandals and a simple printed bag. Petite ladies can wear midi dresses too but just ensure you get a great fit so that you are not overwhelmed considering your size.
Aimee Lauren Fox
Aimee of Aimee Lauren Fox is a blogger that knows how to put together that girl next door look but has a way of making this comfortable everyday style stand out. She makes simple pieces look high fashion and well, if you’re looking to upgrade your style by shopping your closet then her style will inspire you.
Aimee (above) styled a simple polka dot slip dress with a pair of converse shoes. She belted her dress to show off her beautiful figure. Wearing your dress with converse or sneakers is a great way to achieve a sporty chic look.
Megan of Megan Gadd will make you fall in love with your simple jeans more, your simplest blazers and dresses. She is one of those bloggers that shows you just how easy it can be to achieve a polished look with pieces that are very casual. From chunky sandals to oversize blazers, jumpers to those casual cardigans you have around.
Megan (above) wore a pair of slightly ripped jeans with a white top, some sneakers and an oversize blazer. Wearing oversize blazers can be quite intimidating for a lot of petite women but when done right, you can get that amazing fit of the day. It’s high fashion.
With Lauren of Lauren Mnayarji, there’s something for any kind of petite woman. From the girly girl to the casual dresser, the one who likes to have fun with her looks and so many more. She is all-rounded in her outfit choices. So when you’re having trouble picking out your next outfits, stop by her platforms. You will not regret it.
Lauren (above) styled her maxi dress with a pair of strappy open shoes. When picking a maxi dress, you can still look taller even if you’re petite. Pick one that has a higher placement for your waistband. It will give an illusion of longer legs.
Kim Le of Hello Kimlet has amazing style that is so clean and so fresh. Her outfits make her look like such a lady. Whether she’s dressed in denim or more tailored pieces, she always looks simple but so well put together.
Kim (above) is wearing a simple pair of jeans with a white sleeveless top and a pair of strappy red heels. Heels are always great for that extra height but most of all, they easily dress up a jeans outfit. A pair of jeans can also look really dressed up when styled with simple pieces like she did as this gives a cleaner look.
Shannon of Shan Louise is another great petite blogger with a more youthful sense of style. She is also one to follow if you like to dress in a more fun way. Her pieces are easy to find in different stores, malls and thrift places but she shows you how best to pair them so that they look unique.
Shannon (above) is wearing a midi dress with a black motto jacket, some black boots and a black bag. Motto jackets are timeless and will always go with just about anything you can think off, especially if you pick a color such as black.
Kimberly Ruth Loves
Kimberly of Kimberly Ruth Loves also has a fun sense of style, often picking comfortable pieces such as maxis and shift dresses, sweaters and jeans, but they definitely suit her. She reminds you through her style that you should wear what makes you happy. Just what you’re comfortable with should work for you on any day.
Kimberly (above) is wearing a printed maxi with a pair of sandals and s simple bag. Maxi dresses should be a go-to on nice warm days as they are comfortable even with the heat. They are free and feminine. Once again, if you’re petite, be careful with the cut of the maxi dress so that it doesn’t overwhelm you.
Planes and Pretty Things
Aimee of Planes and Pretty Things sure loves to wear the prettiest pieces. Her style is really girlie, perfect for a petite girl. She often picks polka dots, florals and tropical prints for her clothes. She also prefers shorter lengths that really look great considering her height.
Aimee (above) styled her simple floral dress with a pair of strappy heels in a nude color and a simple bag. Nude heels always make your legs look longer.
J of The Florista is a gorgeous petite blogger with such a desirable sense of style. She effortlessly makes everything look great and just stopping by her platform will make you want to raid her closet. From the most colorful clothes to slightly muted ones, she pulls them off all too well and you get a bonus, that is she chooses the most beautiful backgrounds for her pictures.
J (above) styled a mint top with a white pair of pants and some white open shoes. Such colors are great for springy or summery weather. A top and tailored pants are perhaps the easiest way to look all dressed up and so effortlessly.
Petite Life in Colors
Natalia of Petite Life in Colors is indeed a petite girl proud of her height and size. Like the name of her blog suggests, she does indeed love color. Most of her outfits if not all have that extra pop of color that makes her stand out regardless of her body frame and size. Her blog also gives so much variety so you can get a bunch of outfit ideas.
Natalia (above) styled a pink dress with a pink pair of shoes and pink earrings. It’s a great monochromatic outfit perfect for a petite woman looking to look effortlessly chic. Monochromatic looks are so fashion forward and you can’t go wrong in them.
Mrs Southern Priss
Mrs Southern Priss is a blog you should check out if you’re looking to make your wardrobe classier. She wears the loveliest dresses in the prettiest colors and prints. She also styles other different wardrobe pieces flawlessly, often opting for feminine pastel colors.
Mrs Southern Priss (above) styled a ruffled skirt with a simple top, white blazer and strappy heels. Her outfit is simple and the brown tones, the high waist skirt and the nude choice of heels give her that extra height. If you’re wearing such a printed skirt that also makes a statement, it’s best to keep everything else simple and muted.
Brandi of Lifestyle Chicness is also a petite blogger with a love for feminine looks, often opting for dresses. She definitely does not shy away from prints whether bold or subtle ones. Her style can easily be followed by petite ladies for different environments as it is generally appropriate for different places.
Brandi (above) wore a beautiful blue dress with a pair of strappy animal print heels. It’s a midi dress with puffy sleeves but what makes it look so great on her is the fact that the waistband is placed high, giving an illusion of height.
The Liv Style
Olivia of The Liv Style is another petite blogger to follow especially considering how simple and laid back her style is. You’ll love it if you particularly love comfort. From her casual outfits to the dressier ones, she is definitely a person who can give you ideas on how to pair those simple pieces you have inside your closet in the best way.
Olivia (above) is wearing a simple midi dress and some mules. She finished this look off with a simple crossbody bag. Wearing a straight midi dress that follows the shape of your body is a great way to make your body look taller.
My Café Canvas
Priscilla of My Café Canvas’ everyday style is so easy to pull off considering she is always wearing pieces we all have such as jeans, flannels, turtlenecks and many more pieces that you don’t really have to struggle to get yourself. She is very relatable.
Priscilla (above) is wearing a shift dress with some tights underneath. She finished her look off with a pair of booties, a black leather jacket and a black bag. It’s a great outfit that can be pulled off by any petite woman during fall as it’s warm, comfortable and stylish.
Michelle of Poised Petite is also another petite blogger with that girl next door style that you will appreciate if you value simplicity and comfort. She styles such comfortable pieces as tunics, cardigans, shift dresses and so many more in a way that makes you less scared of dressing up on any given day. With her, fashion looks like it was really meant for everyone because you can achieve such looks in minutes.
Michelle (above) is wearing a free midi dress with a straw hat and some open shoes. Such free dresses are great during summery weather as they are very breathable. It’s also a better idea to pair them with open shoes especially if you’re petite.
Hey It’s Romeca
Romeca of Hey It’s Romeca makes simple clothes look so high fashion. Her outfit pairings are definitely worth saving on your fashion boards on Pinterest, on your phone and anywhere else so that when you need some outfit inspiration you can quickly go through and pick out one for the day. You’ll love how she styles trendy pieces such as chunky sandals and many more.
Romeca (above) styled some mom jeans with a simple top and a black jacket. She also opted for open shoes which as mentioned above dresses up jeans so well.
Charlene of Eye Charlene’s taste in fashion looks so expensive, but really, she shows that it’s all about the pieces you pick and pair together. She often picks colors that are easy on the eye. She also has a preference for the most lady like pieces. So if you want to look expensive without necessarily breaking the bank, her platform is great for inspiration.
Charlene (above) went minimalist wearing a sleeveless white maxi dress with some open shoes. She completed the look with a straw bag and some simple earrings. A little white dress is a must have in your closet because of just how versatile it can be.
The Lan Line
Lan of The Lan Line is a petite blogger who has a preference for chic style. You can tell she loves high fashion picking amazing looks featuring hats that make her look like she’s ready for high tea, classy dresses and shoes, designer bags and everything a girl would like.
Lan (above) styled a white dress with a trench coat and nude pumps. Wearing a trench coat always elevates your outfit. Trench coats are chic and functional during colder weather.
Nicole of Nicole Neissany prefers to dress herself in neutral looks. Her style is nice and simple, often staying away from bold prints. Her feed is so clean and refreshing to look at and is perfect for those looking to build a capsule wardrobe.
Basic to Barbie
Mandy of Basic to Barbie also delivers that clean feed that’s easy to look through thanks to her preference for neutral shades. She will inspire you to start looking at wardrobe basics as very stylish pieces.
Mandy (above) styled a sweatsuit with sneakers for a stylish casual outfit. Neutral colors make such casual outfits look more stylish.
Eleanor of Eleanor Barkes teaches you how to own your looks in such a way that you will feel confident in them. From her you can learn how to build the best outfits and look chic daily.
Eleanor (above) wore a white pair of pants with a printed top, a belt and some strappy shoes. You can always count on your white pants to give you a nice clean look.
This San Francisco Bay area petite blogger, Kelly, has, in her own words “an intense love affair with menswear” and “really loves denim”. Her personal style is tomboy-chic, so you will find a ton of menswear inspired looks with feminine twist such as “How to wear a tie”, and of course, mixed with heels.
Kelly is an expert of mixing menswear with more traditionally feminine shoes accessories. The staples she thinks every petite girl should have in her closet are “Blazers. The suiting conveys strength and confidence—two things every woman should feel. Also, really cool belts. They easily add an interesting layer and are great at nipping in the waist.” Kelly said her best shopping advice for petite girls is to “find a tailor in your area who understands your petite needs. It’ll make shopping easier when you know your tailor can work a few miracles for your figure!” Her go-to stores are for basics, J. Crew and Banana Republic. Asos Petites for trendier items. Nordstrom and Shopbop for a wide range of hard to find sizes and free shipping.
Tam is a petite blogger living in Colorado has a full time job as a lawyer and works with kids. Her style is casual and feminine (think denim, pleated skirts and strappy heels). Her latest posts share tea time and sakura in Kyoto as well as travel tips to Japan.
Elle, the petite blogger says “I started Fast Food & Fast Fashion in August of 2010 to document my journey to become a better dresser. My wardrobe at the time comprised clubbing clothes from college, (too) many cocktail dresses for which I had no occasion, a shameful amount of UGG-branded footwear, and some work clothes that I was mostly lukewarm about. And blogging has been helpful! I now wake up every morning excited to get dressed, and feel I am adequately prepared for any occasion.”
Her style is feminine and work appropriate. My favorite part? You’ll find DIY projects such as how to convert a dress into a peplum top and how to stud a sweater.
Her Waise Choice
Jen Tam is a Vancouver-based petite blogger who believes that you can be stylish without being superficial, on trend without being a slave to fashion and look good without looking down on others
Petite Style Studio
This Boston based petite blogger says she left the corporate world to focus on her family and she started this fashion blog. Her style is generally prefer dresses and skirts to jeans and pants, and fit and comfort are top priorities. Her blog also focuses on affordable fashion – most pieces are under $100, with a few designer pieces mixed in to create looks more expensive than their actual cost.
Good, Bad and Fab
Jenny Wu is a lawyer by day, seasoned fashion blogger by night. She was born in Shanghai and raised in L.A, and her style is definetely indicitive of cool-girl city living. She’s worked with a number of brands including Gap, Sole Society, ShopBop and Saks Fifth Avenue. Her blog also covers beauty, fitness, home décor, food, travel and outfits, Jenny Wu loves to write about everything. For women all around the globe, there will be best recommendations out of it.
Honey n Silk
Stephanie Liu is an Orange County-based petite fashion blogger who has called Cali her home for the past 11 years.
Above are the popular and up and coming petite style bloggers who have been providing fashion inspiration for petite women. Now, here’s some of the petite style bloggers you may have already been familiar with, since they have been inspiring petite women for quite a number of years!
Wendy Nguyen is one of the earliest petite fashion bloggers who made her name in the fashion world. Today she has over 1 million followers, many of whom say they are not petite but can find great inspiration in her outfits. Her staple is sophisticated and classic style with daring elements, and she is an expert of mixing and matching different styles such as leather jacket and prom dress. Her latest pictures are full of stunning fashion shots with Wendy wearing bold colors in the background of a quiet Paris street. In her own words, “Everything I’ve learned about style and fashion is by observing nature, architecture, music, and people. Nature encourages me to play with colors, architecture helps me to understand shapes, music provides a gateway for me to hear and feel texture, and most importantly, I get inspired by street fashion. “
With over 1 million followers, this Boston based petite blogger standing just under 5 feet tall shares amazing feminine and chic style while building a wardrobe of pieces that actually fit and flattered her figure.
Jean Wang is also a CFA charterholder and formerly worked in the financial services and retail startup industries, so a lot to learn from her blog on stylish and work appropriate fashion. Jean’s best shopping tips for petite girls are “Don’t limit yourself to solely the petite department. Train your eye to look for petite-friendly signs—I’ve found lots of gems in regular sizing. For instance, go for items that appear to be three-quarter length on models as these often fit well on a smaller frame.” Her biggest petite pet peeves are “Being advised to not wear something because it makes me look shorter. There are pieces that just make you feel great and I advise women to wear them even if they don’t make you look taller.”
Height/Sizing/Measurements: typically wear size 5 to 5.5 in shoes, and measurements are 32-24-32 w/ a 27 inch leg inseam.
Annie started her blog, Stylish Petite, back in 2010 as a way to de-stress, and primarily showcases her girly style and how it suits her 5-foot frame. In her own words, “Stylish Petite is a Southern California-based style blog. It began as an online resource to help those who are petite find clothes that fit well. It now encompasses my love for fashion, home decor, travel and lifestyle. Technically I’m 4′ 11.75″ but I always round up to 5′.” What you will find in this petite blogger’s feed is modern ways to rock ultrafeminine pieces such as tulle skirts and pearls.
Fashion Me Now
West London-based Lucy Williams is the favorite petite blogger of many fasionistas. Lucy loves to mix high-end designer pieces that she scooped up at the likes of Net-a-Porter and the Outnet with lower-priced items from sites like Free People and ASOS. Distressed denim. Leather jackets. Perfect pumps. Slinky camisoles. With a mixture of personal style images, topical editorials and campaigns, Fashion Me Now has constant zeitgeist-y appeal. Simple, paired back inspiration and beautiful shots to muse over.
Walk in Wonderland
LA-based Sheryl is sometimes casual in denim, sometimes fancy in silk, and always absolutely flawless. This petite blogger pulls off laid back yet chic Californian cool effortlessly. Shot against a backdrop of saturated sunny LA days, Sheryl experiments with quirky accessories and casual basics. Cutting a silhouette that’s both relaxed and sleek, she shows us how to style ripped boyfriend jeans and structured blazers with attitude. She shows petite girls creative ways to amp up your basics, such as pairing a striped shirt and jeans with red shoes and a wide-brim hat.
Lace and Locks
Southern California girl Kim Le checks in at five feet tall, and is used to being behind the camera as well as in front of it—when she’s not blogging, she’s running her two photography businesses. Kim also spends her spare time working on her online boutique Morning Lavender where she sells adorable, affordable clothing. Gold, glitter and glam, that’s what attracts Kim Lee. She has a chic style and carries it around very beautifully. If you look for a more feminine style then her blog is a must stop! Her best shopping tips for petite girls is “Pay attention to proportion. All retailers list measurements, so read those details carefully.” She thinks the staples every petite girl must have in her closet are “Heels, for obvious reasons and ones that match your skin color to elongate your legs. Maxi skirts that hit the floor when wearing heels and a high-waist skirt, both can make petites appear taller. Lastly, a staple white crop that goes with anything.”
5 Inch and Up
Sandra Hagelstam hails from Finland and lives in London, but her style surpasses continents—she’s a total it girl worldwide. Her blog, 5 Inch and Up, is inspired by a love of stilettos, platforms, and other teeteringly tall shoes. But Sandra is more than just a girl with a heel habit. Currently a student at the London College of Fashion, she’s both brains and beauty.
Erika Fox is currently one of Ireland’s leading bloggers, and her fashion sense—at once girly, elegant, and quirky—is pretty impeccable. Erika is Irish; her style is iconic. She’s a pro at dressing herself to look super tall — or that could just be her use of low angle shots. Not only does the flame-haired blogger dress well, but she’s got some serious fashion cred: She’s spent the last two summers in New York City working with a stylist from The New York Times, and her blog has been featured in Teen Vogue,
Hallie Swanson runs the bi-language blog, Hallie Daily and gives her global readers tips about what to wear everyday but also shows them where and what to shop for to coincide with the current trends. Hallie mixes sculptural silhouettes and poppy colors for a look that’s wonderfully whimsical. On top of being a blogger, she is also a full-time wife so she’ll share tons of tips for her fellow moms. Hallie used to work as a TV sport reporter in China then she worked as a Chinese government travel agent and now blogs in her spare time. Talk about a career change!
Sydne Summer breaks down runway trends and fills you in on celebrity style. Whether in a full-length tulle skirt, tailored jeans, or an adorably embellished minidress, Sydne is always a pleasant surprise. This blogger is a double threat as she also is a television personality on stations such as E! and CBS when she’s not blogging. At 5’3′, Sydne’s been feautred in publications such as People StyleWatch, Elle and The Everygirl. “I’m only 5’3″, but you’d never know it because of my stiletto obsession. I’m originally from Miami, which explains my fascination with neon. I never met a statement necklace I didn’t like.”
Sydne is a great example of a petite who knows her proportions – who’d have thought someone who’s 5’3″ could make wide legged trousers look so amazing? She’s incredible polished and ladylike and can usually be found in colour-blocked outfits and red lipstick. So much to love.
Lust for Life
Olivia Lopez, who started Lust for Life when she was only 14-years old. This Southern Californian will take her into the life and see photos from her travel across the world and her personal outfit posts. Her style is breezy, mostly neutral-colored looks you’ll want to copy on your next getaway.
Not Jess Fashion
The petite blogger Jess takes on New York in everything from jeans and cozy sweaters to velvet and glam minis.