Hope you like our articles on different types of skirts. So today I want to share another cool rock idea with you – High Low Rock (many designers and fashion bloggers call it “waterfall”, “mullet” or “asymmetrical”). ). This skirt is cut shorter at the front and longer at the back. Many fashionistas will agree with me that a high skirt is perfect for summer and will add an airy touch to your look. However, these type of skirts are difficult to choose, so there are some style tips you should know about to make your choice easier. Let’s start finding out!
Depending on your body shape, you can choose the right high, low skirts. If you have an hourglass figure, add a wide belt to your skirt. For pear-shaped figures, go for maxi or A-line skirts (choose those with vertical details). If you’re not curvy (or straight), pair your clothes with tall, low skirts that are decorated with lace or ruffles. For a curvy body shape, choose skirts with a wide flare in the back and avoid bulky layers.
I think when choosing a high, low skirt depending on the body shape, everything is clear, but what about the choice of styles? Of course we also have advice! If you want to create a beach look, go for a breezy pastel high skirt with a simple (e.g. cream or white) sleeveless top and comfortable flat sandals. For the office style, combine pencil or A-line skirts with chic pumps and soft blouses or classic jackets. Combine a floral high-low skirt with loose or off-the-shoulder tops and flats for a boho-chic look. And don’t forget about bohemian or ethnic accessories.
Now that you know some basic rules for choosing high-low skirts and I’m sure you will make the best choice! For inspiration, you can scroll down to see collected images. Be creative!