This pre-fall 2015 trend has us saying hello to 70s style denim skirts. The style is modest and features mid and calf length denim skirts. The button front design is an oh so 70s detail. I’m hoping to see stylish buttons beyond the brass look. If not, I do perceive a DIY moment in the future with a thrift store find.
If snagging a “from the runway to the rack” 70s denim skirt is beyond your budget, try thrifting. If you start shopping the trend now, you’ll be ahead on this trend.
Sears has an inexpensive 70s denim skirt, currently for $16.99.
In the Set
MiH Jeans The Midi Button Through stretch-denim skirt • $245.00
An A-line skirt is exactly what the name suggests. It is the shape of the letter A.
Anatomy of an A-Line Skirt
- Narrow at the top so that it fits snugly at the waist
- Does not hug the hips and thighs
- Flares at the bottom
The A-Line Skirt Solution
The A-line skirt flatters every girl’s figure—petite, thin, curvy, plus size.
Figure flaws? No problem. The A-line skirt is a great solution for covering up or camouflaging some figure flaws. It’s also a must have for girls with pear-shaped figures.
- Trims the appearance of full thighs
- Camouflages wide hips (as long as the skirt doesn’t ride up)
- Covers an ample backside
A-line skirt lengths vary, but a mid-knee length is classic and the most flattering.
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