how to wear a skirt

  1. Sherry T says:

    Love reading your blog everyday and hate to be negative, but, misspellings drive me crazy. In your first paragraph – week was spelled weak – crazy thing to worry about in these times but it still bothers me.

  2. All skirts are cute…you wear clothes so well! But, my favorite is the navy with a little flair. Adorable!
    I rarely wear skirts anymore but after seeing your longer white denim skirt with front split from a few weeks ago….just loved it! Loved the striped tee too.

  3. Elisa says:

    Hi Beth,

    Your blog is one of my favorites. Love your preppy style, and your selections are always on target. I’m petite—5 feet 102 lbs. Would it be possible for you to show one example every now and then adapting the style you’re showing to someone my height? Kelly seems pretty petite-maybe she could model? Just a suggestion. I will continue to love your postings regardless.

  4. MaryLynne says:

    Hi Beth,
    Love the skirts! I’m still waiting for my red gingham one to ship from Talbots. I’ve lost some weight yea , but the downside is most of my pants don’t fit right and I can’t try new ones on. Skirts are more forgiving of weight fluctuations and I think I look better in them anyway I usually wear pantyhose to give my pale legs some color and hide scars and discolorations Your legs look great and tanned and it doesn’t look like you are wearing stockings envious!

  5. Pat says:

    You look very cute in each of these skirts. I wish I could pull this off. I am long waisted and short legged. I don’t think I would look as good.

  6. Susan says:

    That you for your blog, love the skirt idea. Plan on buying a good white denim skirt.
    Bought a scalloped edge skort last year at Talbot, I really enjoyed wearing in the hot summer. Have a very Happy Mother’s Day with your kiddos!

  7. Mary says:

    Because of my pear body shape I need plenty of room in the hips and waist. Would these skirts work? I really like the “look.”

  8. Andrea says:

    Love skirts and dresses in spring and summer. In spring it’s a welcome change and in summer there is nothing cooler in hot weather. I think they make us look alive. In my mind there is nothing more feminine than the gentle sway of hemlines when we walk or with the aid of a gentle breeze. I’m a romantic at heart and I will never be too old for a sundress, albeit with wider straps.👗

  9. Deborah says:

    Hi Beth: First let me say I enjoy your posts immensely. I want to express my opinion on your hair; I like it better with short layers. I feel like I can say this because my hair is white/grey like yours and I too have been letting my layers grow out into a bob and have realized by looking at yours that our hair looks better with shorter layers. It shows the color better and the bob actually makes us look frumpy/older. I have an appointment next week and am going back to shorter layers. I know that your hair is not my business but since we are about the same age I felt like I could be honest and say what I think knowing you are going to do whatever YOU want to do. This is just my opinion, that and $6 will get you a latte! Anyhow, glad you are recuperating from knee surgery so well and keep up the interesting blog,I enjoy it, so much good info!

  10. SimplyFy says:

    Beth, your hair looks GREAT in the first series of the black and white combo!

  11. Suzanne Smith says:

    So many cute skirt looks. I love the vest look with the white skirt–I remember that one. These are all casual but pulled together and look lovely. It got a bit cold here the last day or so and I was so grateful–I’m nervous we’re going to have a sweltering summer, so I’ll take the cool days while we can. Hope you are well–I need to get out my white denim skirt and see what I can do now. Take good care.

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