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A Comprehensive Guide to Petite Fashion Bloggers

A Comprehensive Guide to Petite Bloggers-petite studio-Alterations Needed

Petite girls know all too well the challenges of finding stylish yet properly fitting clothes. We often end up drowning in oversized fits and rolling our pants a few too many times. Fortunately, there are a slew of fashion bloggers—all 5’4 and under—who give us all the outfit inspiration and styling tricks we need to remind us that being short is equally as chic.


5 Ways to Celebrate Galentine's Day

5 ways to celebrate galentine's day - petite studio

For those of you who have never heard of the awesome holiday that is Galentine’s Day, it all started from an episode called (you guessed it) “Galentine’s Day” on the show Parks and Recreation where leading lady Leslie Knope designates February 13th as the day to celebrate with all of your lady friends.


Meet the Freelance Writer Jasmine Garnsworthy

MEET THE FREELANCE WRITER JASMINE GARNSWORTHY -Petite Studio

A self-proclaimed health junkie, Jasmine has been a freelance editor and writer at Sporteluxe, Stylecaster, Byrdie, Refinery29, News.com.au, Popsugar, Mamamia and Racked.  Celebrating her two-year anniversary in New York, the Aussie fashion writer and editor brings her unique voice on fashion, lifestyle, beauty, pop culture and fitness to a city where she finds “everyday is different.”


Fashion in the Art World

Petite Studio Blog | Fashion in the Art World - 303 Gallery
The art world has always been a source of inspiration for fashion trends. Fashion empowers each of us to convey visual hints about who we are and what we stand for.  The chemistry between fashion and art can be electric, and we recently took to the Chelsea art scene in NYC in seek of inspiration for our upcoming launch pieces.   

MEET LAUREN CARUSO + STYLING TIPS FOR PETITE GIRLS

Petite Studio's Guest LAUREN CARUSO wearing Whitney V-neck Dress in style

Play up what you've got, and don't be afraid of volume! My go-to silhouette in the fall and winter are huge chunky sweaters and wide-leg pants. I don't think the point of clothing is to make yourself look smaller or thinner, but make you feel more like you. 


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