Short skirts have manifold benefits. They’re convenient. They’re fun. They’re cute. And they’re very easy to move around in.If you have good legs, then it is an easier way to show your sexy silhouette. Before continuing, it is important to choose the right fit. There are classic lines A, flatteringly cut into diagonal models, bodycon styles that are ideal for women with long legs. Older women are certainly more comfortable in not clinging Mini (winding, wrinkles are a great way to treat). I personally love high-waisted styles.
Short skirts, whether they are minis or mid-thigh, can leave you feeling too exposed. A few fashion tricks can rescue your look so you’re not feeling like you’re showing too much skin.
Watch those stairs:
Another thing about wearing short skirtsis that stairs are an issue. Or they are if you don’t want people to see too much.
So here’s where your ninja skills come into play! Only dart up stairs when nobody else is behind you, and if anyone ever is, maneuver so that you are BEHIND them. If you must walk up stairs in close proximity with another human, and if, god forbid, you cannot walk behind or beside said person, climb as closely in front of them as possible. The further up you are, the more they’ll see.
Dont be too jumpy:
Some gals like to move around a lot. Kicking, dancing, twirling, jumping… whatever. It’s good fitness.
Moving is great, but one must move with care when wearing a short mini skirt. There isn’t a lot of give, as it were. So one must be sure that the skirt isn’t flying up any further than the one or two inches of leeway it offers, coverage-wise.
Watch the wind:
Weather forecasts help one to know when one ought to don wellies and a raincoat, or to grab an umbrella on the way out the door. Weather forecasts also aid one in deciding which type of short skirt to wear.
If it sounds as though it’s going to be a windy day, you had better wear atight miniskirt. One that won’t flutter too high. Because wind has a way with loose, fluttery skirts.