Show off your legs in mini skirts
Since it was invented in the 1960s, the mini skirt has never been out of fashion. These short skirts are famous for offering a daring, wild look. If you dare to bare, this is the type for you! You may not be able to wear your mini to work, but it will be perfect for so many other occasions. It's easy to dress mini skirts down for casual days with your friends or daytime dates, and it's just as simple to rock it after dark for eye-catching style. If you're new to the mini, stick to a basic black skirt. If you're already comfortable in a women’s short skirt, there are thousands of colours and styles out there to explore!
How to wear a short skirt by day
The easiest mini skirts for daytime wear are those in classic fabrics like denim or corduroy. Don't go too short, simply for reasons of practicality! In summer, you can put on a pair of sandals to look cute and classy or, to keep your style super casual, stick to your favourite pair of fashionable trainers. Newcomers to the world of the mini will have an easier time in winter, though, when a pair of opaque tights makes the perfect partner to these items. Finish the look with boots: Go for flats if they're more comfortable, or heels to stand out from the crowd. If you're feeling shy, wear your short skirt with a long cardigan or jacket that finishes well below the hem of your mini.
Mini skirts for eye-catching evening looks
At night, mini skirts are an easy way to sizzle! To keep your look on the right side of classy, choose your top with care. If you're rocking a tight skirt, then you shouldn't wear a top that's too low-cut; that will look over the top rather than sophisticated. Similarly, a crop top is not a great idea here! You'll want to keep your chest and midriff mostly covered to best show off your legs. Instead of revealing your cleavage when wearing a skirt, you could go for a fabulous halter party top; if you're brave enough to go braless, choose one that bares your back. Remember that heels will make your legs look longer. Still want to dance? Then opt for a pair of chunkier heels or even wedges, rather than going for uncomfortable stilettos.