Since the jean skirt guide for various body types was so popular I decided to follow with another type of skirt, the midi. The midi has been making a comeback for a while and was a common trend on Spring 2015 runway.
The midi is define has a skirt that falls to the mid calf. It also has a more fancier name tea length which is often mentioned in formal events. But a mid length skirt is perfect for various types of events or places because it is length. But this skirt suits all body types. Whether you are tall, plus size, or petite midis are the perfect length.
Tip 1: Mid Length is perfect for tall girls because it shortens the leg line which prevents a person from looking frumpy or extremely tall.
Tip 2: Midi looks good with fitted tops or cropped tops. Shirts can also be worn tucked in especially if the midi is high waisted.
Tip 3: Pencil Midi skirts can be done but soft pleated full skirts look best on a curvy figure.
Causal Midi Looks
Take Tees to new heights
Tip 3: This look is great for petite woman who desire to wear midis.
Try a denim jacket to dress done a floral print skirt.
Midi is great for playing with different textures and fabrics because of it length. Here are a few examples.
Try a leather midi shirt with a button up top.
Stripe Midi are elegant and feminine looking.
Vero Moda long sleeve blouse, $17 / Dorothy Perkins skirt / Charlotte Russe white shoes / Leah Flores Royals
|Lace is a perfect fabric for spring. It is also versatile which means you can wear a lace skirt to work or to a nice dinner.|
Jacquard midis gives your outfit a little bit of whimsy, which can upgrade a sweatshirt into something fab!
Pleated Midi with ballerina flats are lovely look for spring.
Tulle midi skirts are also useful in Spring!
Tip 4: Big prints make your lower half smaller but smaller prints make them look larger.
Floral midi skirts are great for spring.
Tip 5: High waist skirt are great for tall woman. But wear with flats if you do not want to look as tall!