Have you ever had that moment where you hold up a skirt and ask yourself: “is this a skirt or a top?”.
It’s no secret that it’s a challenge for tall women to find skirts that are long enough. However, midi skirts are a true gift to tall women because of the extra length it provides.
For me, there’s nothing better than a good midi skirt. They’re simple, easy and extremely chic. Thanks to midi skirts, it’s so simple to put together a fabulous outfit quickly. You can dress the skirt up or dress it down; regardless of what you decide to do, your outfit can come together nicely. All you really need is: a midi skirt, a button up or a v-neck tee and a pair of shoes and BOOM, you’re out the door.
So, here are my top 3 Tall Girl Tips for styling your midi skirts:
1) DO THE UNEXPECTED. Get outside your element. If you’re anything like me then your go-to pieces may be black, white and navy because they are classic colors. But, there’s no need to limit yourself, so choose a fabulous color or even a great print to mix things up a little bit. Don’t forget if you’re tall you can pull off colors and prints, as long as you keep it simple.
2) FIND THE FIT FOR YOU. Finding the style that works for you is key, mainly because if you’re not confident in it, then it won’t work. Midi skirts have the ability to be extremely flattering, so you have to find the style that looks great on you. For example, I LOVE a classic A-line skirt over a bodycon skirt because I like a skirt that has movement and I don’t like things to fit tightly.
3) KEEP IT SIMPLE. Pick one: dress it up or dress it down. For this post I’ve chosen to dress up my skirt with a pair of heels and my classic red lip. But, I could have easily dressed it down by slipping on a pair or flats or even white sneakers. Whatever you decide to do just remember to keep it simple.
I hope my tips and tricks helped you out. And as always I want to know what you guys want to see from me, so leave a comment in the comment box below or shoot me an email.
Stay fabulous and lots of love,
*Photos By: Julia Pryde