I remember that two seasons ago I fell out of a miniskirt launched by Zara and I am behind the sales as impossible to wear pads. Had two versions: Orange and purple, they were satin and had a tube effect finished with ruffle. I tried it about 102 times, and with a ridiculous price tag in my conscience told me that of: don’t put it you never. So at the end I let lose the opportunity. And now I realize of face to face against the ground when I see as stores begin to show models of the Similarly in other colors. Why not I did my instinct case?
And more rage gives me upon entering a fashion blog and see it reflected as the Queen the styling. I like it! And I know that it could now look it like nobody.
But no, I didn’t buy it so if I want to achieve a similar effect now I have to spend them, although there are prices to suit all budgets. And forms also vary: flyers more marked or less, small and large, loose or tight… Choose an option and wear it like no one else.
I personally like those with geometric print they take much play to the style. An example is the versiond e Australia Jessica of Tuula, who wears it in conjunction with your fitted blouse.
And if that of miniskirts not convince you, can do as Aimee and create the same effect with a few filled with ruffle shorts. No one would say that they are shorts, but the truth is that you are much safer and peaceful not to teach more than necessary…
You get the same effect with other versions
If you are someone that wants to test with This new trend, only have to take a virtual walk and enter in according to which shops. As it could not be otherwise Zara and ASOs These are firms that offer more models. Are you going to opt for what?
- Floral print of Zara, 39.95 EUR.
- White ruffled the very marked in ASOs, 46,39 euros.
- Lisa Green of Zara, 29,95 EUR.
- Point of Jacquard finish of TFNC, 37.11 euros.
- Electric blue of ASOs, 33,14 EUR.