Short skirts…Long legs, that is.
It’s no secret that my legs are long, but they were not always that way. Back when I was a child, I was very short…shorter than most of the other kids in my class. Randomly during the summer between 9th and 10th grade, I grew. Not my entire body…just the legs.
sooooooo, I was no longer short. I am not 5’10” and very proud of my legs and how I’ve learned to embrace their being in everything that I do and wear. My mentor, Andrea, always says…you need to buy shorts and skirts that are meant for long legs. Lol! Well, not she has a lengthy legged 14 year-old with my very problem, “nothing but legs”.
Any who, I’m sharing with you this lovely set of legs via a gorgeous cream sequin laced skirt. I apologize for the lack of detail, as the sun had a mind of it’s own on this day. The skirt is pleated and a comfortable, loose fit, which shows off my legs perfectly all while remaining class.
As for the shirt…
this is a thrift store purchase from 3 years ago, which I am wearing backwards. Every now and then, I will reverse my clothing for a better fit. Since the back neckline featured a button, I wanted to capture that look via the front neckline to uplift the total look. The button and small hole really brings focus to my neckline, which is perfect.
I enjoyed the shoot, the look, and the legs. Keep it short if you are long…but classy AND keep it long if you are short. Ladies who are short can elongate their legs via high waist bottoms.
Shoes: Gianni Bini purchased at Dillard’s
Lipstick: Heroine by M-A-C
Jewelry: intheAntHill; Lucky Brand; Fossil
Photographer: Brynley Still & Motion Pictures