Saturday, 9 July 2011
The Skirt Issue - London
At the moment skirts are either to the floor or above the knee. The gripe is that in a floor length number, if you are a certain age, it's hard not to look like a relic from Cranford. Above the knee skirts mean you love the way your legs look, which is not always the way, knees being a key issue here. So where are the perfect just below the knee skirts? Check out your Mad Men boxed set for how, in the fifties, skirt length was just that bit longer and more flattering. Here's a current version we found earlier.
Posted by The Plain Clothes Detective at 09:49