Petite refers to a height of under 5'4 tall.
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We celebrate women’s strength, dignity, ambition, confidence, and leadership.
We asked our customers which petite bloggers align with these principles and have inspired their style so that we can give these influencers the recognition they deserve.
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We received thousands of responses from more than 10 countries and can now reveal our list of the 10 Most Stylish Petite Fashion Bloggers below!
WENDY NGUYEN (5’0)
Wendy 's Youtube videos are insightful and fun to watch from showing you how to create unique outfits combining luxury items with cheap high street finds to 25 ways to style a scarf.
Blog details: http://www.wendyslookbook.com/
HALLIE SWANSON (5’1)
Having nabbed a spot on Vanity Fair’s Best Dressed List, Hallie always gets noticed for her sartorial sophistication, bold street style and effortless mix of florals and prints.
Blog details: www.halliedaily.com
SHERYL LUKE (5’2)
Sheryl’s urban style is fun, edgy and chic. She has a love for denim and flawlessly demonstrates how to make jeans and trainers look classy. Blog details: http://www.walkinwonderland.com/
FIONA DINKELBACH (5’1)
Mixing designer with high street, her look is minimalist chic with edge. Fiona’s instagram gallery is full of inspiration for an all-black or all-white dress code.
Blog details: http://www.thedashingrider.com/
JEAN WANG (5’0)
Jean is best known for petite office style, shows you how to extend your professional wardrobe to weekend looks.
Blog details: http://www.extrapetite.com/
SYDNE SUMMER (5’3)
Sydne’s petite style is very accessible- her skill at emulating petite celebrity looks and knowing her proportions means she can totally rock a petite maxi dress or flared trousers without drowning her frame.
Blog details: http://www.sydnestyle.com
ERIKA FOX (5’3.5)
Erika has a love for Fedora hats, structured blazers and black jeans. She creates chic outfits for career-focused women.
Blog details: http://retro-flame.com/
SANDRA HAGELSTAM (5’3)
Sandra is a big fan of contrasts in color and textures. Her blog is full of inspiration for petite fashionistas following luxury trends.
Blog details: http://5inchandup.com/
MARIA VIZUETE (5’2)
Maria is known as the ‘It girl’ for denim street-style, effortlessly combining elaborate blouses with ripped petite jeans.
Blog details: http://www.miamiamine.com/
Annie is talented at balancing out cute details—ballet flats, sequins and bows, mixed with sharp petite basics that don’t get her mistaken for looking like a girl.
Blog details: http://stylishpetite.com/
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