I've recently been approached by American online retailer, Tobi, to showcase some of their gorgeous non-petite pieces. Having recently been travelling around Colombia, it really got me in to the whole casual streetwear look and it's something I definitely wanted to showcase on the blog. I was lucky enough to pick my own pieces from Tobi, which I was very excited about, as they have so many clothes and accessories to choose from online. However, bear in mind I had to be very selective with my choices as Tobi do not currently stock petite clothing, hence I played it safe not choosing trousers/pants which I know would have been too long for my petite legs!
So opting to keep it streetwear and casual and being a 90's girl, I picked a 90's oversized track jacket. I really love the whole current Kim Kardashian oversizing trend and I feel us petites can still get away with it, without it drowning us (just look at Ariana Grande and Kim K herself)! Like with every fashion post, I really wanted to showcase that petite women can shop where ever they wish and follow any trend they want, regardless of height and sizing. The main thing is how you style and wear the clothes! I love the white against the red on the track jacket and felt a red pair of high-waisted track shorts would work perfectly! To contrast and add a bit of 'girliness' to the look, I chose a nude bodysuit, which I'm all about the lace detail. To further add to the streetwear look, I finished off with an Adidas cap and a pair of high top Converse.
I'm really happy with the way this petite outfit has turned out and it's something which is super urban and streetwear. Ladies, just a note that if you're petite and a UK size 4-6, I would opt for an XS when ordering from Tobi, as I'd say the size S is more for a UK 8-10.
What are your favourite oversized and streetwear pieces?
90'S BABY TRACK JACKET - TOBI
RACE YOU TRACK SHORTS - TOBI
OFEILA LACE BODYSUIT - TOBI
SHOES - CONVERSE
CAP - ADIDAS
This post in is collaboration with Tobi.com. All statements and recommendations are purely my own opinion. I have not been paid to feature or advertise any product, brand or service in this post.