We showed Mia Borrelli how to achieve a much leggier look for everyday, the workplace, and a night on the town.
High-rise jeans with flared legs balance out a long torso. Pairing them with a fitted shirt tucked in at the waist will make you all legs.
Boden silk ruffle top ($88); Joe’s Jeans trouser pants ($187); Spring Aykroid shoes in Gray, ($49.99)
A high-waisted skirt that falls above the knee gives a lean leg line, while a V-neck top draws the eye down—keeping your top half from looking too lanky. Shirt is model’s own;
pleated textured skirt ($69.50) and wide belt ($39.50), both by The Limited; Ann Taylor Spectator pumps ($129)
A sleeveless dress that’s cinched high on the waist will make short legs go on and on. (This elongated-circle print stretches you out, too.) Add a pair of heels—and voilà!—you’re standing tall.
Dotted sheath dress ($159) and Johanna sling backs ($119), both by Ann Taylor