The best piece of advice I ever picked up about skirt-wearing came from Erika Shupe at www.largefamiliesonpurpose.com. She writes that skirts must already fit your "personal style," the wardrobe you already have and love.
I'm not quite sure what my winter wardrobe will look like yet, but I know that in the summer I love my tee shirts. They are cool and breezy, loose and comfy, and a lot of them have sentimental meaning to me. So I need a nice, casual skirt to go with nice, casual tops.
Even more than my tee shirts, however, what I refuse to give up are my Nike sneakers. I absolutely adore Nikes: they are practical, casual, and supportive, which I need for my flat feet. Nike is my preferred brand of sneaker, at least for now.
What sort of skirt fits with tee shirts and Nikes, yet still leaves me feeling feminine and pretty, you ask? Well, naturally, I have an answer! www.myculottes.com sells practical skirts in many colors and fabrics. They can be customized as far as measurements, and I know from experience that they can be dressed up or down by your style of shirt and shoe. I heartily recommend www.myculottes.com!
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