Its Blog Tag Wednesday at the eVintage Society!. Separates are an easy way to add a little vintage to your every day casual wardrobe. Lets talk skirts!
1) Show us your favorite skirt in your inventory!
I bought about 40 skirts out of an estate, where the lady obviously loved this cute a-line style from the late 1950s to early 60s. Because she had the same style skirt made by either Summit or Century, in wool, cotton, and rayon in many different colors. Here are 3 that I still have from that lot. Check out my Skirt Department
2)Favorite skirt length to sell? Mini, knee or maxi, and why?
I like a mid-length skirt. In any style - straight, a-line or full - the midlength always looks good and is always in style.
3)Favorite to wear?
I wear a midlength skirt, to just the knee.
4)Favorite skirt silhouette? Full, circle, pencil, mini, balloon, maxi, etc etc…what look suits you?
I like the look of a pencil skirt. For myself I like an a-line, not too straight, not too full.
5)Thoughts on slips? Some never wear them, some never would be seen without. How crucial is a slip under a skirt?
Whatever makes you comfortable. I don't wear a slip because I like my underwear covered. So I wear pettipants (over my regular underwear) under my skirts and dresses. They are comfortable, block any sheerness and they are secure. In my old retail job, I always wore skirts or dresses. Part of my job was working with moving stock, carrying boxes, climbing shelves, bending, squatting etc. So with pettipants I didn't need to worry about my skirt getting caught up in something or flashing my panties while working. Is that too much information?
Check out the eVintage Blog Tag every Wednesday. Follow the links to read the posts from all of the participating blogs. I was tagged by Vintage Joy and now I'm tagging Diary of a Mad Vintage Addict