The Season's Trends
Not short, not long, but ending somewhere below the knee in the middle of the calf, midi skirts with their surprising hem length have catapulted out of nowhere to the international fashion arena. And in both a classic narrow pencil cut as well as in the wide flared bell-shape. As a particularly feminine It piece, midi skirts work well with delicate styling partners or chunky knitwear.
What to wear with midi skirts
The midi skirt likes it elegant. Its favourite styling partners are therefore feminine. With uncomplicated blouse-style shirts with playful details such as ribbons, tucks etc. - only with clean cuts - delicate chiffon-tops or narrow cashmere jumpers, it becomes an everyday darling in leisure time and at the office. Coat or jacket? Due to the longer cut of the midi skirt, short blousons are the easiest to style.
An extra tip
Major plus: Medium-length skirts are suitable for every woman and both dynamic swinging bell skirts as well as classic A-line cuts hide small problem areas quite easily. Note: the silhouette is particularly narrow when shirts, slim knitwear, etc. are loosely tucked into the waistband of the skirt. Rule of thumb for skirt length: shorter women wear the shorter models, taller women the longer ones.
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