Your legs as fine as they are, but if you want to go extra and model-ish in your selfies, then practice the "baby giraffe pose," as coined by director of fashion partnerships at Instagram Eva Chen.

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She's the master and perhaps the first to name it, which she herself has been religiously doing especially in her staircase OOTDs.

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Via IG stories, the she shared a screenshot of her conversation with Prabal Gurung, Tina Craig, and Bryanboy, in which she's explaining how she's able to have insanely long legs in her photos—no heels required!

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Eva says she achieves this simply by standing like how a baby giraffe would: Stick your bum out, tilt one leg forward, and keep the other one at the back. Plus points if you remember to point your toes!

Genius, right? It's all about the right angle, after all!

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