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I'm thinking that I like the cut skirt with the little white strings over the hemmed version. How do you girls feel about it? And what is the best top to wear with a Jean mini skirt
I usually go for deep neck short tummy top and even halter neck top also go well with sensual denim skirts...
Ever try the farmer's daughter look dabney?
I bought the perfect short sleeve red and white blouse that I tie with a denim skirt and work boots. Love it
Neah I never tried that look...
But why did you ask so???
combo of red and white... Seductive ummmmmmmm
It all depends on your figure. You HAVE to be thin for that if you do not want to embarrass yourself.
Mini skirts can be great, but only if you're under 35 (it stinks, but that's the rule), and like anything else it needs to be something figure-flattering. I've heard both perspectives from men - some love the mini, some think it's a sign a woman is trying too hard for attention, and they'd rather see a skirt that leaves more to the imagination. And then, of course, there's such a thing as too mini... But the red/white blouse with a denim mini and boots sounds like it's a cute outfit!
Rules are rules but I have always had a problem with some rules. 35 hmmm have a few years to go before I hit my 30's
forget rules. I never understood why other people think they can tell me what to wear. Im 35, I have lots of mini skirts. My hubby has never complained. I like to wear tank tops with them. Or fitted hooded sweaters.
I sell designer jeans - we now carry a line of skirts, both short and shorty short. This give a short look for all sized women. Some wear them with leggings under as well, for another look. A silk cami and a crop jean jacket can really give it a great look, especially with the right shoes!
WOW! it sounds very cool. Its my heartiest wish that I can wear mini skirt but I am little fatty so it does not suit me. Anyways, designer silk top in red color suits a lot with this jeans mini skirt.
by LOT2DO3 years ago
How to wear a mini skirt?
by StricktlyDating6 years ago
At what age, if any, should a woman stop wearing a mini-skirt?
by NGRIA Bassett8 years ago
Fashion seem to be recycled and influenced by the past. I wish I had kept some of mine.
by L a d y f a c e7 years ago
I have no fashion sense. I recently acquired two skirts, above knee length but not scandalous. One is a casual medium-dark brown frayed around the bottom, and the other is an olive green corduroy skirt. There's also...
by Debbie Carey3 years ago
What age is, in your opinion, too old to wear short skirts and high heels?I am settling a discussion between good friends. Rather than agreeing to disagree, they prefer to ask a larger group of people from...
by Neil Coulson12 months ago
Skirts and pantyhoseGents: If skirts and pantyhose (tights) were a man’s fashion, would you wear them?Ladies: If skirts and pantyhose (tights) were a man’s fashion, what would you think of men wearing them?Gents:...
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