A businesswoman wearing a long black skirt and dress boots entered an elevator with me the other day. She had on a nice coat; she was very classy looking and talkative. I immediately warmed to her, liking both her style and manner.
This woman probably didn't wear skirts as a principle, but she liked them. She found herself in a skirt and she was a woman who appreciated and loved femininity. I respected her for that unstudied and easy elegance.
This singular instance made me notice how it seems to be more common to see women wearing long skirts. The maxi skirt trend makes long flowing skirts more readily available, sometimes able to be found in better fabrics and reasonable length from more conservative retailers. Women identify with skirts in a way that they can't explain. It is inherent to a woman's nature to love her femininity and the more feminine the clothing, the more she should like it, because it is her.
What a novel idea!
Women love class. Women love elegance. Women love order and beauty. Women love being themselves!
I am looking out for this now. I want to see women find themselves in long skirts and begin to fully appreciate who they are, maybe for the first time. I am interested to see if women notice how wearing a long skirt really does influence their behavior and gives them the freedom and satisfaction they are looking for.
WHAT DO YOU THINK?