Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Tuesday Trend...Tea Length Skirts

Monique Lhuillier

I've been seeing tea length skirts pop up in so many collections lately. Though I think of it more as a trend than a classic, you cannot deny that this style is all over.



A tea length skirt is almost like a midi. A midi, as the name suggests falls at the middle part of the leg. Tea length skirts however are a bit longer than a midi but still shorter than a maxi. I think they fall just a few bit of inches above your ankle. Though a lot of midi skirts are labeled to be tea length and vice versa. I think both styles are close enough to each other. I am absolutely loving this style and I hope that it's going to be a classic forever! Here are some favorite picks.



What do you guys think of tea length skirts?

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25 comments:

  1. This is elegance. I love this length. Catherine

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  2. This length looks so elegant!

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  3. I really like this length of these skirts, I've always been fan of longer skirts rather than shorter ones.

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  4. Tea length skirts are my favorite right now, loving this one!


    Morgan
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  5. They're challenging fashionwise but so chic!
    Great picks Miss!
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    Jeanne

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  6. Amazing skirts, love them all ;)
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  8. I love tea-length skirts too! I hope they never go out of style because they add a bit of vintage glam to any outfit and they are perfect in almost every season! I personally like longer styles better than mini skirts because they just feel more sophisticated and classy. And there are two things every girl should be: CLASSY & FABULOUS ;) Thanks for sharing! xx

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  9. Very cool selection , like them all, especially the 2 one :)
    Kisses
    Svetlana
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  10. Sold, completely sold, these are beautiful!

    xx Cara
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  11. love this kind of skirt! no. 2 has a gorgeous color :)

    xx
    http://felishmichelle.blogspot.com

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  12. I did a wee happy dance when I saw that this length of skirt was having a moment again. As a vintage wearer, I don't usually sport modern trends for the sake of the fact that they're in vogue, but I do love availing of them when they offer up pieces that can work for my 40s/50s wardrobe, as this classic length of skirt most definitely does. Fingers crossed the look makes it to the few clothing stores for young ladies that we have here in my small Canadian town (I'd really like to add a couple more skirts this length to my closet!).

    ♥ Jessica

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  13. These skirts always remind me of the movie Grease!! :) Cute

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  14. From the midi to the tea length, they all remind me of styles from the 50s when poodle skirts and Lucille Ball type skirts were in vogue. I love these styles! Thanks for stopping by my blog as well doll :)

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  15. I absolutely love skirts like this...these are great picks!
    xx,

    Paisley

    paisleynotplaid

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  16. It is such a difficult proportion to get right, but I love them with high heeled sandals, great selection!
    Simona
    Lake&Moon

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  17. I am somehow on safe side when comes to midi skirts, not sure why, I am scared of them. I think they are not flattering to all body types. Love your picks dear :) Mel
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  19. I love number 5. There's something quite elegant about tea length skirts.

    Rach
    myvioletdelights.blogspot.com.au

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