1There are instances when skimpy mini skirts don't make the cut (pun intended). This is when midi skirts become your BFF. The modest below-the-knee length makes it age-appropriate and dress code-friendly. The tea-length (another term for them) hemlines flash just the right amount of skin without sacrificing style. Below, we round up more reasons to fall in love with midi skirts.

It looks great on any body type.
Midi skirts, especially the A-line cuts, are forgiving and figure-flattering on any build. Whether you are conscious of your twiggy legs or chunky calves, a midi skirt can help mask them without making you look drab. You can also trick evveryone that you have a tiny waist by tucking your blouse in your skirt.

It instantly adds posh to your outfit.
The midi skirt's length elegantly falls below the knee, which makes it a great option to wear at dressy and less casual events like weddings, important luncheons, and business meetings.

It can be worn with almost anything.
Match it with a button-down blouse, a silk top, a crop top, or a shirt; the midi skirt will always look fabulous.

You can show off your shoes.
Its perfect length makes it a suitable choice for when you want maximum exposure for your fancy flats or killer heels. For petite ladies, pair it with low or high heels to keep the fabric from eating up your tiny frame.

They come in different shapes and styles.
If you're a dainty lady or an edgy gal, you can find one that will fit your taste. Our gallery below shows varying midi options anyone can wear. Click to find out which midi-skirt style will suit your personality.

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