After a short skirts and maxi skirts that sweep the floor, mini skirts now come back. For those of you who do not know, this midi skirt popular in the 1970s. Half-calf length, and a wide bell-shaped model (therefore often called bell-shaped skirt). Skirts that combines romantic and feminine style was featured in the collection of autumn / winter 2010-2011. This collection has been inspired by the series Mad Men, where Betty Draper (January Jones) and Joan Harris (Christina Hendricks) is considered to represent two “camps”: the feminine with a wide skirt, and flirting with hip hugging pencil skirt. From Dries Van Noten, Fendi, and Nina Ricci, to Louis Vuitton, L’Wren Scott, Oscar de la Renta, and Yves Saint Laurent, all prove that the theme would ladylike popular for fall.
The length of that reach the calf was impressed too polite cursory and less attractive. However, a number of improvements with contemporary touches make miniskirt trend will become more striking and classy. This skirt can look chic, and deserve to be combined with any boss, from tank tops, t-shirts, sweaters, even a blazer.