Long skirts, particularly long denim skirts, have been an essential piece of clothing for many women over the years. And, like I noted in my essay about graphic shirts, if you have a style that seems particularly genuine to you, stick with it even if it isn’t the most fashionable trend at the time. That is exactly my attitude toward graphic tees. They continue to hold a place in my closet since they are some; yet, when I dress them, I blend them with contemporary designs so that I feel current rather than dated.
In complete disclosure, I used to wear denim skirts, both short and long, in past decades. And, while I adored them, they failed to withstand my wardrobe modifications. I believe it was due to a combination of things.
Fit (yes, I’ve grown a few size since the early 2000s)
Skirts were difficult for me to bring to mom and me classes or soccer games. Jeans and sweatpants reigned supreme.
Skirts were not always “out,” but they were not particularly “in” until lately.
As fashion always does, things have come full circle. Longer skirts are also becoming popular. I’d say we’re just getting started with this.
Define the ankle and/or the foot.
Longer skirts, like broader pants, are simplest to wear when you can see your ankle or foot shape. A point toe, exposed skin on the upper part of the foot, or a strapless sandal are common examples.
Take note of the boot length.
Boots that go upwards and underneath the skirt – If you’re wearing a long skirt and a bootie, ensure that the shaft of your boot/bootie meets or goes up or under the skirt. Otherwise, too many straight lines will cut the bottom of the human body.
Emphasize the waist
It is critical to see the measurement of the waist in this silhouette. This can be accomplished by tucking, tying, or belting the top.
What are your thoughts on long skirts? If you adore them, that’s fantastic! If you’ve been wanting to wear them but felt they didn’t suit you, I hope that these suggestions are useful! Finally, if this style isn’t for you, that’s absolutely fine! I’m looking forward to seeing how you’ll style long skirts for the year! You can share amazing OOTDS, ask style inquiries, and more by joining social media community, All Wrapped Up With Anywhere To Go!
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