The Highs and Lows

September 21, 2020

Gee in the Que - The Highs and Lows

This week, it’s all about one of my favorite Fall trends, high-low hem tops! These are tops that have a shorter hemline in front and longer hemline in back. Sometimes, the difference in lengths could get confusing to style so today, I’m going to help you style this seasons trend with confidence!

I love to wear this style as a layering piece and what better time to layer than in the Fall! Take advantage of the shorter hemline in the front and add an element of surprise to your look! You can add a fun print, a ruffle tunic, or texture underneath. Just remember, if you are going to pair a longer length tunic underneath your high-low top, you are going to want to make sure that whatever bottom you choose, is skinny to balance out the loose fit of your top. This could be a legging or skinny jean!

If you aren’t into wearing layers or you’d like another way to style your high-low hem, we’ve got you covered! You can easily wear this style without putting anything underneath, we just have to style it a little bit differently. Since the front hemline is quite short, we have to be sure that our bottoms are going to be high rise. Luckily, high rise pants are our best friend so we have plenty of options! I love the look of a cozy high-low sweater paired with a paper bag waist goucho pant! You can also pull off this look with one of our high waisted joggers. Talk about being comfortable and chic!!!

Stop into Gee Loretta this week and let us help style you in the last Fall trend. We can’t wait to see you!!!

Don’t forget, there are several options to get your hands on Gee Loretta goodies! You can shop in store, online, or curbside.

Have a wonderful week everyone!
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