Hello! For this week's Fashion Over Fifty post, let's talk about denim skirts. I have been looking for the perfect denim skirt forever, and even though I settled on this pencil skirt from Old Navy, I'm still looking. The denim skirts I have found are either too long or too short, or look like something someone from the seventies would have worn. Denim skirts can be dangerous: worn the wrong way, one can easily look frumpy or outdated. I really wanted a denim skirt that I could wear to work on a hot summer day. But it would have to be comfortable, and easy to work in (I must be able to kneel, bend at the knees, etc.), and also long enough to be work appropriate. I never found it. All I could find was this pencil skirt, which is really cute, but I don't like pencil skirts. It's not that I don't think it looks good on me; pencil skirts are actually perfect for my smaller bottom figure. I just find pencil skirts so uncomfortable. I don't like how tight they are in the buttocks, and I hate the difficulty of walking up steep steps. But, I bought it anyway and added it to the multitude of pencil skirts already in my closet that I don't like wearing. I really like midi skirts that flare a bit at the knee, they are the most comfortable to wear and walk in it, but I find them either hard to find, or they are too big in the waist for me.
HERE and HERE). I love wearing sneakers with dresses and skirts. They are so comfortable and playful. They are by Dr. Scholl's and I bought them at Famous Footwear last year.
HERE and HERE). It turned out to be quite the versatile top, for it's perfect for those in-between seasons where it's too cold for just a tank or too warm for a sweater.
Have a great day! Amy
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