Monday, September 29, 2008

High Waisted Skirts

High waisted skirts do a great job of accentuating (or creating the illusion of!) an hourglass figure. If you're trying to create curves where there are none, we recommend a full skirt or an A-line. Just make sure to wear a form-fitting top, as a baggy shirt can make you look frumpy.

The simplest way to wear the trend is to take a plain white tank or t-shirt and tuck it in, then add colorful accessories.

If you're feeling more adventurous, try a fun fabric or print, like plaid, leather or pinstripe.

Or try a bright color, like yellow or purple. Cinch your waist with a belt to further enhance those curves!


Anonymous said...

love the skirt

girls skirts said...

The high-waisted pencil skirt has become a new wardrobe staple. The reason these skirts have gone beyond a passing trend is that they work so well for most body types.

childrens clothing said...

Some medieval upper-class women wore skirts over three metres in diameter at the bottom. At the other extreme, the miniskirts of the 1960s were minimal garments that may have barely covered the underwear when seated.