If you ever feel the need to flash your legs to the world, you should consider getting some fashionable shorts. The problem with shorts arises when you grab just any pair that come your way. If you are not careful, you may be committing a sin against the fashion rules.
If it’s too short, you may risk looking like a primary school student. Similarly, when your shorts are too long, it defies the basic rule of wearing a short. In this short guide, you will learn how and when you need to display your shorts in people’s faces.
1. Look for a perfect fit
The best shorts are those that stay below the thigh, just above the knee cap. That’s because the short length is revealing enough without showing the flesh.
2. Jeans short
It is easy to combine jeans shorts with a variety of tops. Also, it blends well with all manner of casual events. Limit the footwear to sneakers, slippers, and sandals.
3. Chino shorts
Chinos shorts fit into a more elaborate event, such as picnics, birthday parties, movie dates, and so on. You can style your chino shorts with a button-down, T-shirt, sportcoat, and long sleeves. Your chino shorts should be about an inch or two above the knees.
4. Tailored shorts
Shorts made with African fabrics are known to be versatile and flexible. It signifies a blooming culture merged with modern fashion.
5. Sport shorts
These shorts are suitable for the gym, but they can also work well when you need to stop over at the grocery store or meet up with a friend before heading home.
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