Shorts: The Trend for All Body Types and Ages How to wear it.

Trust us, shorts are the staple you will love wearing this season, even to the office. From Celine to Ganni, the biggest fashion names established this trend, showing on the catwalk cropped silhouettes that have already taken over Instagram. Luckily, there are so many different kinds of shorts that you will surely find one that suits your style.

This spring, shorts come in a more urban and polished fashion, and you’re going to wear them everywhere, day and night. More specifically, leather shorts are what you need right now; they are perfect for transitional weather and so versatile they look good on any occasion.

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Micro shorts

Two women wearing micro shorts during Fashion Week.

For the younger ones or better saying, for the lucky fab-legged-ladies, you can replace your minis with short shorts. But don’t go for the obvious distressed denim; choose instead a tailored model with a looser cut that looks more polished or paper bag waist models that are super flattering. Pair them with a nice button-down shirt and loafers or sneakers.

Bermuda Shorts

Two women wearing Bermuda shorts during Fashion Week.

Bermuda shorts suit every woman and every body-type. Pair them with a blazer or a crisp shirt for an elegant urban outfit. Bermuda suits are the hottest trend this year, and leather ones, the heroes of this season. Otherwise, you can always go for natural materials like linen and cotton, or, why not, sequins to add some drama to your outfit.


Two women wearing culottes during London and Milan Fashion Week.

The longer culotte silhouette ends under your knees and is an excellent option for women who want to embrace this spring trend but don’t want to show too much leg. The length is the most appropriate for your office outfit; they look great with a shirt tucked in and kitten heels or heeled sandals that elongate your legs. For colder days, wear your culottes with tall boots and a blazer for a contemporary office look.

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