While it may seem like you can't go wrong with this style, there ARE right and wrong ways to wear it.
First of all, the skirt has to be one of two things:
1)made with a light material that adds next to nothing to your frame:
2) Made with a heavier material, like this one:
Semi-bulky midis are unflattering and misleading as to whether the extra bulk is a part of YOU or the skirt. Often they just add unwanted pounds to your lower body physique.
Tips for wearing midis:
- If you are looking to add some shape to your frame, then go for a high waisted midi made with a thick material, like the one above, which accentuates a small waist and flares out, giving the appearance of more curves.
- The same goes for women trying to take attention away from a larger lower body. The skirt flares on its own, and continues to flare almost to the end, elongating the curve and making the shape under become one with the skirt.
- No matter what shape you are, always experiment with different varieties! Everyone is different, and different types may look good on you, and not on others.
- Pick a time to go to your favorite store, grab every midi off the racks, and have your own little dressing room party!
If the idea of midi skirts have always made you sick, remember these modern midis aren't just the typical 50's skirts. There are many different styles, shapes, and materials being used now, making the midi more flashy and unique than ever.
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If you don't love the way the length looks on you, or you just want to try a different take, try a midi wrap skirt!
A midi skirt can be many different things! If you don't like one of the styles, then try a different one!
What are your thoughts on the Midi?