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I personally find them much clearer than your older posts on this subject where you positioned your guidelines in terms of where tops hit around the hip-bone. Since reading your earlier posts on skirt tops I have really taken to this rule. I have been experimenting a little with tucking in and enjoy the cropped cardi with skirt combination. I do find it a little hard that my elastic belts are much tighter around the waist than the waists of my skirts!
Ironically I find it harder to find pants-length tops, if I am not going down the tunic route, possibly owing to having a very long torso. Angie, your skirt rule and other advice on tops for skirts has helped me make fewer skirt mistakes.
The idea of shorter tops and jackets for skirts had nver occurred to me. Itari, have you tried wearing the top tucked and with the belt matching or being close in contrast to the top rather than the skirt?
This tip from YLF has helped me when tucking and deceives the eye into seeing a longer top, if that makes sense. I own a grand total of 2… my denim straight skirt which is fairly versatile and a pleated summery skirt that I picked up for under 10 bucks at Ross. Angie, what a timely post and so very helpful. I still struggle placing the belt at the right spot, I tend to wear them lower than I think I should because of my short waist issue.
When the weather cools down, I will have to experiment with the cardigan options. Something to look forward to in the fall. Thanks so much for this concise review! I definitely have orphaned skirts! I am going to go home and work these suggestions because I really want to wear the skirts I have. Thanks for your brilliance.
I will always try to hear your voice when shopping for skirts from now on. I only tuck tops into skirts. Now belted tunics are a different story. Angie, do you think a nice tee with a casual summer skirt would work as a replacement for a casual summer dress? Yesterday I tried on four different tops with a full white skirt before I just gave up and went with a dress. Thanks for the reminder about the belts.
I have a question, please! Defining my waist twice in slightly different places looks weird to me. Thanks for reiterating this tips Angie. Thanks to you and YLF, I have learned and practiced 1,2,3 and 5. In fact, sometimes I can create different looks with the same top using points 1,2,3 and 5. I will give that a go that sometime this week.
If I try to take in the waist, the skirt becomes a tad too short. I have noticed on sites such as Anthropologie, they have many dresses that LOOK like just a tank top tucked and belted with a print skirt!
How much versatile woudl they be if they WERE skirts and you could pull out the various colors in the print for other tops. ALso there would not be all the fit issues I have experienced and have read about in the reviews. One could get styling tips from there as they have many dresses that look like skirts and tops. In my case it is all relative as depending on what i have on or want to wear I have to look at each body are in relation to the rest.
Oddly enough, I have summer skirt orphans but no winter skirt orphans. Whenever I try an a-line skirt I feel completely lost! Using this method, which I pinched from yours truly I have been able to adjust the length of the shirt to suit many of my skirts, pencil, a-line and even tulip.
Thanks for these great ideas! I have a lot of clothes that I have had for many many years, but I still love them and try to wear them all. My closet is heavy on skirts, both short and long. Today I selected a knee-length full skirt in chocolate, an off-white sleveless tank, a loose floral printed blouse, thick woven western-belt, chunky turquoise heart pendant and pretty, flirty high heels.
I could have improved on it by tucking in the tank, as you suggested, and perhaps taking a little more care with my jewelry selection, but overall, this skirt and blouse that I have never before worn together, was a good look. It can get confusing and overwhelming pairing skirts up with the right top and layers do really help.!!! I am sure you have just saved many skirts from total abandonment! You are my hero! One more idea to add, I tried tucking the hem of a fairly thin, fitted tee shirt up under itself to shorten the length.
It looks good and has stayed put. I just put all my skirts except for one dressy pencil skirt and one denim pencil skirt in the donate pile. My new wardrobe resolution is to never buy a skirt without buying a top that works with it at the same time. Other than a denim skirt. As a rectangle, I have found it can be flattering to wear a skirt and blouse of some type, with a belt under an open cardigan.
The belt under the cardigan or outer layer gives a stronger illusion of a waist. Hopefully this is helpful to someone else!
What an easy tip to make things fresh. Lisa, no heels required with skirts. I wear skirts with flats, but the right length for your leg line is important. I love, LOVE skirts!! I just counted, I have about 15 of them, just for summer! Though most are bought individually without a top, they work together pretty good with the tops in the closet.
Do you do contrasting color? The waist Edge to Edge is Length - 20" shoulder to Hem. Great set of co-ords, top and a long skirt with slits in the front, in good condition. A great piece to wear in the autumn with the brown and orange shades, it works great as statement piece for the o I have worn this dress twice with the zip broken I have sewed a couple of hooks at the back to keep tha back closed and no one has Tunic top is fitted silk in a Medium size, skirt is a vintage British size The top has a mandarin collar with matching fabric covered buttons and side slits.
The skirt is a beautiful jacquered full Gorgeous Top and Skirt African print in size , with some design at the front and bottom of the top.
The pictures show the front and back of the top. Lovely colourway and yardley worn.
Find tops for long skirt at ShopStyle. Shop the latest collection of tops for long skirt from the most popular stores - all in one place. Maxi Skirt with Crop Top. 3. For great top pairing, you can wear a longer shirt (short tunic) over the skirt – not too long – that falls around the hips and do not tuck it in – or wear a basic crop tee with details like sequins or beads for a more fashionable look. 4. Plain or printed, long or short sleeves, all different tops work well with a white maxi skirt. You can dress your skirt up or dress it down. Make sure your wardrobe is a reflection of your personal style.
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