That it is one of the must-haves most loved by women is not hard to believe. The skirt, in its different variations and lengths, is the protagonist of our wardrobe every season. Feminine, romantic, colorful, in jeans, in leather, pleated, wide, tube, long, midi or short… which skirt do you prefer?
That's a good question! Yes, because if the mini-skirts wink at a more jaunty femininity, showing off the legs, the glamor of the midi conquer us for their irresistible charm. But let's go in order and discover all the strengths and weaknesses of more and less short skirts.
Wide and super romantic, sophisticated and pencil or a great classic the wrap skirt model. The midi skirt is the perfect ally for dailywear: it reveals the legs just enough to make us feel feminine but also very comfortable. The below-the-knee skirt has its roots in the past, becoming the cult garment of great couturiers, from the legendary New Look by Christian Dior, with the corolla midi with a high and narrow waist, to the Coco Chanel suit with the sophisticated straight-line skirt. Beloved by the divas of yesterday such as Sophia Loren, Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe, Marlene Dietrich, as well as by those of today, midi manage to enclose the rigor of elegance but also be extremely delicate and feminine.
A winning mix that continues to conquer us in all its forms: from the famous pencil skirt to wear in the office to the exclusive wrap skirt to combine with t-shirts, printed blouses or in combo with a nice bodysuit for special occasions, to be enriched with a mix of necklaces and to wear with a nice pair of nude or colored slingbacks. If you prefer soft volumes, opt instead for prints and pastel colors, to combine with basic garments and minimal accessories, so as to leave your midi the protagonist of the look. Put on heels only if you want an elegant result, otherwise opt for flat sandals or gritty sneakers for a game of contrasts.
Its birth marked the history of costume and fashion: the mini-skirt, spokesman and symbol of female emancipation, revolutionized an era. In addition to many wardrobes. Contending for the supremacy of the mini: on the one hand the French designer Andrè Courrèges, on the other the British designer Mary Quant and Swinging London: but as Mary Quant said "it was the same way to invent the miniskirt", the need and the desire to wear fashionable and comfortable clothes that would leave women free to move.
And still today it is confirmed as one of our favorite items. Take a peek at our selection of mini-skirts. Create versatile looks that are also ideal for the day, for your free time and to put in your suitcase for your weekends, combining the mini with a basic t-shirt, a classic white shirt or a knitted top, finishing the all with a pair of sneakers, mules or super flat slingbacks. And in the evening just change something: put on a nice pair of kitten heels, replace the cotton shirt with a silk blouse or put on a nice blazer and that's it.
What are you waiting for? Discover our selection of midi and mini skirts!