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Proportions are a huge factor with your OOTDs. Having a top tucked out vs. having it tucked in can make all the difference with what mood and style you’re going for and whether is makes you look taller or shorter.

In the first couple pics I have my top tucked out – I feel like it gives off a more Margaret Zhang/ cool girl vibe, it’s a bit of a manrepeller (read about it here) look &  is a little more casual. In my look tucked in it brings in your waist and shows your body shape better, elongating your legs and vibing something a little more corporate.

There’s no wrong or right way to wear a look like this, it’s all personal preference and mood. Generally I’d opt to tuck in because I’m short and I like to accentuate shape but some days I’m a little more relaxed & cbf.

What do you prefer?

Jessie x

Photography by Jocelyn Nguyen

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