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Where to find trendy petite separates

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Here's where to find trendy petite separates that look chic and fit perfectly

In the past, fashion for petite women has come up short on the wow factor. Not anymore. With online boutiques and large brands eager to lead the way, the range of styles now available are bold, stylish and right on trend.

Whether your personal taste skews conservative, hip or chic, there are plenty of answers to where to find trendy petite separates. Let your shopping wish list guide the way. Whether it’s a flirty little black dress you need or an outfit to golf in, we've got you covered. 

Today petite women's clothing is looking better than ever. At last, it's time to find the perfect fit at stores that specialize in your body type. 

Department stores

Go to a brick and mortar department store and you can search and search and still come up empty handed. A few years ago, big names from Neiman Marcus and Bloomingdale’s to Saks 5th Avenue began to shift to online-only for petite fashions. 





While this is annoying for gals who prefer to try on items before buying, now there are significantly more styles to choose from and they're omly a click away. Rather than limited options like buttoned-up tops and snooze-inducing workwear, now you can find tighter tops, adorable skirts, youthful bottoms and edgier styles overall. 

Online stores are one of the best places for where to find trendy petite separates.

Brand love


The store Anthropologie introduced a petite line in 2012, starting with about 70 items. Within three years they’ve expanded to carry more than 500 styles. Smaller, independent stores are also beginning to introduce hot fashions. 

One popular Los Angeles brand, Reformation, has a trendy collection fittingly named “Don’t Call Me Cute”. Pieces in this line include jumpers, sexy skirts and light dresses.

Ever hear of Paige? The time to shop for jeans and simple tops in the kiddie section is over. Paige carries a variety of stylish jeans made for your body.

J. Crew is a darling of the petite world. Their suites, outerwear and evening dresses are all fashion-forward. They even sell wedding gowns. If you don’t catch them during a sale, this store can be tough on the wallet, but the items do last for years.

Fashionistas don’t follow trends, they help create them by mixing and matching bold modern items with an occasionally retro sensibility. Stores like Topshop are there to supply all of your wild whims from faux fur wrap-arounds to glitter jackets.

Budget-conscious gals flock to ASOS for both staples like jeans and tees, and harder to find items – capes, swimwear and cropped tops.

Professionals gain a fashion edge with tailored clothing, or at least outfits that look tailored. Express is surprisingly reliable when looking for modern, youthful-looking trousers, skirts and blouses.

Miss Selfridge is another budget-friendly shop with a full range of fun tops, dresses and even wrap skorts. The styles are similar to J. Crew, with prices that are closer to TopShop.

The Gap and Old Navy are ideal for stocking up on flannels, sweaters and other staples, but they also surprise you with a few fashion gems like party dresses and herringbone slacks.

Fit and structure make the difference between wearing an outfit with style and wearing one that looks either too big or as if it were borrowed from a pre-teen. Sure there are petite styling tips to elongate your silhouette and flatter your shape, but first you need good pieces made for women with a height of 5’4” and under.

This list barely scratches the surface of where to find trendy petite separates, but they’re stylish places to start. Follow the sizing charts provided and read over reviews to see which styles may run small or large. Many have a presence in malls and buzzing shopping districts, and they’re all online.

Go forth and find great outfits!

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