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If you’re 5’4 and under, you know full well that it’s hard to find pants and tops that don’t need to be altered. There are few things worse than trying on a really cute pair of leggings or jeans, then tripping over several inches of extra fabric in the process. While tailoring is a great way to ensure clothes fit your petite frame, it can be expensive. However, in recent years, retailers have made tremendous strides in making petite-friendly styles accessible to consumers, and we’re very grateful for that.

Given a handful of E! staffers have smaller frames (but big personalities), we’ve rounded up 20 brands we can always rely on for well-fitting, stylish looks.

Below is our guide to clothes for little ones from brands like ASOS, Anthropologie, Madewell, Athleta and more!

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