Types of Shorts
Bermuda Shorts / Walking / Dress Shorts
They are a kind of semi casual, short trousers.
The hem can be both- cuffed and un-cuffed, by an inch, above the knees.
The garment can be worn by men and women alike.
Wear those in a straight cut, always.
They are quite different from cargo shorts. A cargo short is typically baggy and less tailored than the Bermudas.
These knee-length shorts are apt for a dressier look when you are out to shop or freak.
Bermudas can look dressy if they are done in chick, rich fabrics and accessorized with elegance.
Anything goes with these Bermudas. Pair them with a flowy top or a light jacket and make a great outfit to make your day.
Pair them with high heels, wedges or flip-flops.
Bermudas done in classic colors like Khaki, white, navy, black or yellow are all in. Pair them with colorful accessories or tops to keep dullness at bay.
Avoid baggy ones as they may add volumes to your body with those extra fabrics.
Hot Pants / Short Shorts
Hot pants can be described, in a layman's language, as shorts that are shorter in length.
They are short and tight shorts that have an inseam length of about two inches.
They can be made of cotton, nylon, or some other material.
They emphasize the buttocks and legs.
Hot pants can also be worn as under-garments, below your tight jeans, to create a curvy, sexy look at the bottom.
Short shorts with a looser fit rather than form fitting will look fresher and modern enough to sizzle this season with.
Jean Shorts / Jorts
They are shorts made from denims.
They cover the pelvic area, the buttocks, and the legs down up to the knee.
Sometimes your old pair of jeans is cut off to take the form of self-cropped jean shorts.
These denim shorts can be cropped, hemmed, or pleated at the knee.
They mostly feature two back and two side pockets.
They are cool, trendy casuals that are highly comfortable.
Remember to experiment with different washes to avoid monotony…