TheFind Guest Post: The Midi Skirt: Babelicious in Below the Knee Skirts

It seems that skirts of Little House on the Prairie are hitting the cool radar as fashionable bloggers and street wear icons are rocking vintage and vintage-inspired frocks that hit right below the knee. Your grade school teacher will be jealous, because this once geeky style has instantly become a most-have style option in practically every single style-forward state, from New York to San Francisco. What’s the best way to wear it? A form fitting top and a belt! A waist hugging blouse and belt will ensure that you don’t get lost in all that fabric and look well-dressed instead of frumpy. My favorite thing to pair with below-the-knee skirts are almost skin tight, ruffle button downs and tank tops. You can layer it with a blazer or a sweet cardigan for whatever the weather entails! Avoid looking like a hippie or hobo and swap in your big bags with a cute clutches and slip on a pair of those wooden platforms with gorgeous, out of the ordinary, street credibility. Take a gander at these shin skimming lovelies: Ella Moss Best Friend Pleated Skirt, Twelfth St by Cynthia Vincent Below The Knee Skirt, and Camay Floral Silk Dress.

- Mira Torres

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