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Fashionista NOW: Flaunt Your Legs With Fashionable Shorts

Legs – Ladies have them (men too, but for the sake of this piece, we’ll focus on the legs of the female homo sapiens), and they can be quite eye-catching. Not to sound like a complete perv, but I personally like the sight of soft and shapely womanly legs when they pass by in a skirt or a pair of shorts.

Talking about shorts and leg flaunting, this piece is dedicated to those who can’t seem to get enough of the cute/hot/elegant look that wearing shorts may often exude.

Wearing a pair of printed shorts coupled with a complementary blouse has been a modern look worn by the young fashionistas these days, I admit. It is a look that’s very laid-back yet is still elegant enough depending on the kind of colors and designs that you choose to wear.

Apart from wearing a short or medium length skirt, fun and fashionable shorts that have been hitting the market today are superbly designed to help you flaunt your legs.

It is especially practical in the warm season of summer when heat and humidity can make it a little less appealing to be putting on long pants or jeans that cling to your skin and block air circulation.

Here are some fashion photos to give you ladies, some juicy ideas on how to incorporate lovely shorts with prints, colors and subtle details that will spice up your whole look while leg-flaunting.








I hope these photos are inspirational to those who are just beginning to wear shorts as a fashion statement. To those who love wearing them shorts, keep wearing them with style, girl. Women’s fashion has never been this leggier!

P.S. Keep it fashionably tasteful by wearing shorts that actually covers the upper part of the legs. Unless you’re into Gaga’s fashion interpretation of exposing the whole fleshy posterior in the her popular signature I-forgot-my-pants look.

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Here on Fashionista NOW, our one and very own Miss Reverie showcases the latest in fashion trends and its various social implications in our everyday lives. You may read more of her at REVERIE SANCTUARY.

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