Wear high-waisted trousers. They’ll make your legs seem longer which will lengthen your silhouette.
Tuck in your top. Leaving your shirt untucked will truncate your legs. Or if your long-line T-shirt hangs down to your knees, it will make your legs look shorter and highlight your smaller frame.
Keep your outfits tonal or monochromatic. Monochrome outfits help the body appear slimmer. And when something looks slimmer, it usually looks longer. Wearing the same colour maintains your silhouette, creating a fluid line from top to bottom.
Vertical stripes can also elongate your body and make you look taller. If you actually want to be taller, try a boot with a heel. Many style icons (think Harry Styles and Timothée Chalamet) boost their height with a Cuban heel or a chunky Chelsea boot, so why shouldn’t you?
Finally, have a look at your posture. In this digital age, far too many of us spend far too long hunched over screens. This leads us to crouch over without noticing, even when we are away from the aforementioned devices. Stand tall, push your shoulders back, your hips forwards and your chin up. You won’t just appear taller, you will feel taller.