The mini trend – one of the summer favorites
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Some easy and useful tips for the city
As a matter of fact, I think mini is my favorite length not only in summer. I am wearing it all year long in all sorts of combinations but truth to be said: during summer days, when it is super warm, for us, women, mini is a lifesaver for.
It is good to keep in mind when we are in strictly corporate or institutional environment, mini is not recommended. (Still, we are all witnessing the courage of France’s First lady who is not hiding her affinity to that trend and shows that it is all about the good balance and also – selection of colors and patterns.)
By the way, do you know that in France miniskirt is considered not that much as a seduction tool, but rather a symbol of freedom. First known miniskirt model was designed by Jean Patou. The couturier was solicited in the early twenties of XX century by tennis champion Suzanne Lenglen who wanted a design to wear during the Olympic games!
But, let’s get back to summer in the city! So, if we are in an urban, not very strict and conservative environment, mini can be one of our best friends if we stick to some very simple and easy rules. Check how to estimate how short is too short, which are the best combos and how to pick the best shoes in the blog of Serdika Center.
Mini dress and sunnies: Tally Weijl
Photos: Martina Todorova0