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Kim Kardashian fights off short girl problems with stilettos

Published 23/09/2016

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

The brunette beauty employs specific style techniques to appear taller.

Reality TV star Kim Kardashian has provided style tips to help short girls around the world stretch their petite physiques.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, who stands at 5ft 3in tall, often sports nude or clear high heels as part of her outfits and the stiletto selections are not just for show.

"Wear nude or clear heels (because) wearing nude, skin-tone or clear shoes elongates your legs," the brunette bombshell explains in a new post on her app, entitled Short-Girl Problems: My Top 3 Tips for Lengthening Your Look.

Other tips the 35-year-old provides include wearing calf-length pants and throwing on any pair of heels, noting although she prefers see-through or nude, any colour pumps will do the trick.

Ultimately, Kim is clear there is no mystery surrounding her obsession with stilettos, explaining she is only chasing one goal when she puts on a pump: "It's not a secret that I wear heels 99 percent of the time. If I do wear flats, it's a momentous occasion, lol (laughing out loud). I live in heels because they're the best way to look taller."

Although she is considered to be one of the most beautiful women in the world, Kim has been working on improving her body confidence for decades, and she previously revealed all the challenges that came up during her personal pursuit to embrace her curves.

"Something could look amazing on the runway and then just not fit my body type," Kanye West's wife told Britain's Closer magazine when asked if her shape influences her style. "I grew up when the body to have was the tall, slim, supermodel one, like Cindy Crawford's. No one looked like me. It's taken me a long time to be happy with my body and for my confidence to grow to what it is today."

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