At what age, if any, should a woman stop wearing a mini-skirt?
i thing, it is when you reach the age of 45 - 50 for people their are famous but for ordinary people, it's 30
I would say from 60s - which is a pensioner's age, having said that if they want to wear it at home that's fine.
As you probably know Stricktly, 50 is the new 40. There are a lot of ladies in their 40s, 50s who still have great pins on them. Cilla Black is one good example. (from UK) She still looked gorgeous in short skirts up to her 50s..
If you've got nice legs flaunt 'em but if you haven't...... lol.
Ps. Just seen teendad's answer. Tina Turner does have a great pair of pins on her. I guess some older celebrities could wear short skirts till they are 69 - if they have lovely legs.
What about Tina Turner? She is 69 and still performs in high heels and short skirts.
I believe it is about the appearance of the legs/ hips. This is different for each woman. Once the body begins to change shape- (usually in the 40's) If a woman chooses not to put the work into maintaining muscle tone- no more short skirt- at least not if she wants to be viewed in an respected manner.
One guy tell another guy "I just saw a grandmother in a mini skirt" his reply "how did she look"
which means if you still have it going on, flaunt it.
If she looks great in it at any age there is no reason to stop...
it depend on her legs, if she have great legs she might be able to pulled it off
else move on to some long dresses. what about those thong .
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