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26-10-2006
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Well, I'd think people with average length have got so much more advantages, as most clothes are already long enough. The taller you are the less clothes fit properly. I'm 6'2" without shoes so with the platforms I'm close to 6'8" which is why I had the skirt custom made.

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funny--i am seeing the very opposite...
short and definitely above the knee-as lena mentioned...
i'm sticking with this...
it's def about short with leggings...at least on the street...
maybe if the weather turns colder...this will change...
but i doubt it...
long just doesn't 'feel' right...

but then i guess new yorkers are always a bit ahead of the curve...
so maybe everyone else will be doing shorter skirts next season...:p

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Well, I'd think people with average length have got so much more advantages, as most clothes are already long enough. The taller you are the less clothes fit properly. I'm 6'2" without shoes so with the platforms I'm close to 6'8" which is why I had the skirt custom made.
That is true, but I was talking about what looks the best in my opinion, not about what is the easiest way to buy it

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That is true, but I was talking about what looks the best in my opinion, not about what is the easiest way to buy it
Ain't thayt the truth, I'f I bought it off the shelf it would have reached just underm my knees. That would look just plain silly for a floor length skirt...

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I think for those with a more mature, classic style, floor length skirts can be flattering and 'on trend' in their own context, but for a younger, more directional style, I see minis continuing through the winter. Especially with tights and leggings remaining so popular.

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I agree, we're entering summer and it looks as if we would have heatwaves this season. Company policy prohibits shorts so I'll opt for a miniskirt anyday.....

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