I love the denim skirt and it is a wardrobe stable. Nothing can hug your body better because of it's weight and can be cut in so many different ways. The problem, if not done correctly, you come across a pretending to be a middle-age-teen.
First let's discuss shape - The pencil skirt and straight skirt tapers towards the knee; the A-line flares. A straight and pencil shaped skirt tend to make a figure curvy and wider. Compared to an A-line which helps draw attention away from your belly. It give you a leaner body frame which is important as you get older to avoid looking frumpy.
A-line shaped skirts are also great for making your shoulders and chest appear smaller. So keep this in mind the next time you're shopping for skirts that flatter your figure and age.
Here are Deborah's 7 style tips for how to wear a denim skirt, the grown-up way:
- SAY GOODBYE TO SHORT DENIM SKIRTS
- OPT FOR DARK DENIM OR WHITE DENIM
- STEER CLEAR OF THE DISTRESSED LOOK
- CHOOSE A CHIC, NOT CHEAP STYLE
- UP LEVEL YOUR DENIM SKIRT WITH A MODERN TOP
- WEAR CUTE SHOES
|A-Line Denim Skirt|