The mini skirt has long since lost the slightly scandalous reputation that has been associated with the little skirt since its invention in the Sixties. Instead, it has become a trendy favourite of fashionistas. Refined, waist-high cuts and styled with an extra-long blazer or XL chunky knit jumper put the classic in a new light.
An elegantly simple combination
Thanks to its clean cut the little skirt looks good even with more minimalist looks. Slim tulip and flared A-line skirts teamed with white blouses - especially elegant with extra long sleeves – high neckline shirts or delicate knitwear are the best companion for clean-chic fans. Extra long sweaters or masculine cut blazer coats and opaque tights mean you can wear the cult classic flawlessly in the autumn.
Styling ticker for fashionistas
No other piece of clothing focuses on the legs like the mini skirt. In order to bridge the gap between shoe and skirt hem, fashion professionals now wear over knee boots. So that the look does not remind people of Julia Roberts in "Pretty Woman", black styles should remain in the wardrobe. Particularly stylish: butter-soft suede boots in reserved grey or beige.