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Black and white Plaid Mini Skirt

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Women White and Black Plaid Print Mini Skirt with Two Small Front Slits

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Black and white Plaid Mini Skirt

 

 

Size Table

S : Waist 64cm(25.2″)   Hip 88cm(34.6″)   Length 39cm(15.4″)

M : Waist 68cm(26.8″)   Hip 92cm(36.2″)   Length 41cm(16.1″)

the size be measured by ourselves, error 1-3cm

Black and white Plaid Mini Skirt

Black and white Plaid Mini Skirt

Black and white Plaid Mini Skirt

Black and white Plaid Mini Skirt

Black and white Plaid Mini Skirt

Black and white Plaid Mini Skirt

Black and white Plaid Mini Skirt

HOW MINI SKIRTS GOT FAME & BLACK AND WHITE PLAID MINI SKIRT

 

Several designers have been credited with the invention of the 1960s miniskirt and black and white plaid mini skirt, most significantly the London-based designer Mary Quant and the Parisian André Courrèges. Although Quant reportedly named the skirt after her favourite make of car, there is no consensus as to who designed it first.

Short skirts have existed for a long time, though they were generally not called “mini” or recognized as a fashion trend until the 1960s.

Instances of clothing resembling miniskirts have been identified by archaeologists and historians as far back as c. 1390–1370 BCE. In the early 20th century, the dancer Josephine Baker’s banana skirt that she wore for her mid-1920s performances in the Folies Bergère was subsequently likened to a miniskirt.

Extremely short skirts became a staple of 20th-century science fiction, particularly in 1940s pulp artwork, such as that by Earle K. Bergey, who depicted futuristic women in a “stereotyped combination” of metallic miniskirt, bra and boots.

Hemlines were just above the knee in 1961, and gradually climbed upward over the next few years. By 1966, some designs had the hem at the upper thigh. Stockings with suspenders (garters) were not considered practical with miniskirts and were replaced with coloured tights.

The popular acceptance of black and white plaid mini skirt peaked in the “Swinging London” of the 1960s, and has continued to be commonplace, particularly among younger women and teenage girls. Before that time, short skirts were only seen in sport and dance clothing, such as skirts worn by female tennis players, figure skaters, cheerleaders, and dancers.

Black and white Plaid Mini Skirt

 

 

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Topic history source :https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miniskirt

 

Color

black

Size

S, M

Material

Polyester

Style

Casual

Pattern Type

Plaid

Silhouette

Pencil

Decoration

NONE

Dresses Length

Above Knee, Mini

Waistline

empire

Model Number

JK190663

Brand Name

JULIA KISS