I think the 2012 "skirt" ruled the runways (: or is it just me?
MOST skirts emphasize femininity; while the A-LINE style especially below the knee (mid-calf) length is flattering for all body shapes and any age and rather enhances the silhouette of the right proportions, the hourglass figure!
That is why I chose to dress our mode models for our TV fashion segment (Calgary, City TV - BT at 8:12am) into 2 beautiful A-LINE skirts. Now you have to wait a bit to see that as we have not aired yet, but here is a selection of lovely A-line skirts I found on STyle.com:
Chanel; long almost maxi, beautiful, and don't you love the black?
Ms. Prada!! She knows!
Chloe, we love the nudes ...and lower waist line.
Prada and Pleated!
Dries Van Noten, when gathering or pleats start lower from or below your hips, that is most flattering ... pleating or those bouffant skirts are just merciless to our tummies(:
Dries again! How gorgeous and cool this one is...
A-line cowboy style by Jean Paul G. is just perfect for the Calgary Centennial Stampede 2012...festivities.
Today I bought the perfect Italian hand made cowboy boots and designed by our Calgary own Craig/ ARNOLD Churgin! Amazing boots! click ARNOLD CHURGIN SHOES
RALPH Lauren reminds me of my wedding day and style of my 20's head piece(:
the evening long A-line is perfect and flattering!
yes I still love it...no mistake there!
The SEE THROUGH is not for everybody(:
Proenza Schouler featuring the very "now" trend of see through long skirts. Sexy.
Subtle A-line by Piazza Sempione.
OK Burberry P. did some lovelies too!
Paul Smith is always right. Love gray!
I say wear all off of them (the skirts of course) with "the it shoes" the wedges or FLATS ((: Try the great flats by MUPs!! They offer great selection of ornaments to change it up! These are my new MUPs.
I will be showing these on one of our models on TV on Thursday(:
You may read about MUPs on my previous post HERE about MUPS
Or visit their website by clicking on the IMAGE BELOW:
Enjoy the flared skirts & the must have shoes and I say the longer the skirt ... the more imagination we encourage in a man ((: