Spring Trend: Tea-Length Skirts


I'm sure many of you have noticed that the trends lately have been a throwback to the past couple decades (crop tops, harem pants, high waisted jeans, collared blouses, etc.), and one of the up-and-coming spring items this year is no exception − tea-length skirts, with the hemline between midi and maxi, exemplify the feminine style of the 50s. Take a look at how the 1950s trend meets modern fashion!

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The addition of unique patterns, jackets, and chiffon material instantly modernizes this vintage look to fit more into our generation's fashion. The 2000s may not have a distinct and stable clothing fad, but I think what's great about our time is that we're able to find so much inspiration from the previous decades and mix it into our own sense of style.

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As usual, what makes them perfect for your spring wardrobe are the lively pastel colors and lightweight material.

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Tea-length dresses are also rising - especially on the red carpet. Here are some celebrities rocking the trend.

As much as I love vintage fashion, I'm almost certain that this trend isn't for me. I personally think it swallows petite figures, but that shouldn't stop you from trying it out!

What do you think of this classy spring trend?
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  2. Really love this post! I agree that they're not flattering for shorter girls, which sucks. Unless we wear heels haha :)

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  3. @Angelina thank you! haha yes! gotta love heels (:

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