10 May A Look at the Gap
Casual, easy basics that are light on the pocketbook. That’s the aesthetic – and appeal – of the Gap. They’ve got a great big selection for smaller proportions, which they refer to as “The Petite Shop”. I like that. This season, they are solidly in on the shift happening in fashion to a roomier silhouette on the bottom, and they are doing quite a nice job of their take on it, to my thinking.
What’s old is new again, and super-hip, too. This updated “mom jean” (I know! Did you ever think they’d be back?) has these cool patch pockets on the front, and I am so digging them.
My guess is you can count on not being able to count on these being available for long… they are just so well done. I’ve found that the length of Gap petite crops tend to be longer than other brands, and often full-length on me, and these are no exception. At around 24″, these wide leg cropped jeans are full-length on just about 5′ me.
Snazzy navy linen joggers (full-length on me) that I’d let be their full-on rumply selves over a bathing suit for a day at the pool or beach.
These high waisted boot cut pants have such a sleek, flattering line to them.
Simply a great classic looking split-neck tiered midi dress, relaxed and easy to wear, that would pair up so nicely with gold toned jewelry.
A subtly striped tee with a petite-friendly v-neck and a plum slouch.