It is believed that mini is such a slippery topic after about 40 years of age and certainly after 50 years of age that the society will definitely take a negative view of someone’s feet, brazenly sticking out of under the skirt not by age. That’s why it’s not always clear why people don’t like the look of their legs (sagging muscles, lost skin) or the very idea of the absurdity of such clothes on a woman of the same age.
Are there models of skirts above the knee that will not cause a fierce hissing if they are worn after 50 years?
If oversize is on top
If a huge knitted sweater, asymmetrical volumetric cardigan, etc. is wound up from above, the length of the mini below is perceived not so aggressively sexy, if the top was seductively covered. So, if you want to wear short skirts after 50 years, hide in the overseas things from above: shirts, cardigans, sweaters, knitted sweaters.
Mini with transparent inserts to the knee
You can deceive the vice police by wearing a fake miniskirt: when a short dense cloth skirt continues with a transparent insert up to the length of a midi. The insertion of transparent mesh, lace, chiffon, knitted azhura will only slightly cover the legs.
Skirts with high waist made of dense fabric
A piece of miniskirt fabric doesn’t look very serious. But it is necessary to add to it the length at least from above, and a short skirt is perceived visually not such a chicken and frivolous. The main thing is to choose a dense fabric like tweed, corduroy, leather, velvet, denim, dense jacquard, etc.
Mini skirt for the right occasion
You don’t have to worry about length in some cases:
- on the beach, because all the half-naked people there are;
- at biker events, because bikers are always young and free from prejudices;
- at a rock concert, because where, if not there, to break the prohibitions;
- in the club, because they have not seen anything like it, and everybody is having a good time.
- Much still depends on the environment where the woman communicates. It is clear that you can afford much more in the fashion industry, advertising, and art than in the civil service.