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the high-waist denim skirt

This high-waist mid length denim skirt I had for ages. The reason why I decided to dedicate an entire post to it is because it is one of the most practical items of clothing I ever had. I wore it in literally every season: summer, autumn, winter and spring (as you can see in the photograophs). I don't remember the name of the store I bought it in, only that it was in Ljubljana, Slovenia. I'm a big fan of anything with a high-waist (pants, shorts, skirts) because I think it looks very feminine plus it also makes your legs look longer. Do you agree?












If you have any photos or advices on how to combine skirts, I'd appreciate if you shared them:)


Comments

  1. You look so nice!!! Love them all

    XO

    C

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  2. looks great in all outfits :D

    http://rosee96.blogspot.com/2012/12/2-great-days.html

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  3. Nice nice, like the fact that this skirt is versatile!


    http://lowbudget-lowcost.blogspot.it/2012/12/terrifying-creatures.html

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  4. You are so stylish and creative! I love looking through your blog.
    Best Regards
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark
    http://margaretcruzemark.blogspot.com/

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  5. Hello Ivana,

    really nice pics again!

    My Favs are:

    Nr. 2 - this tree has a big trunk. Also i love your outfit. I´m glad your wearing to this HOT !!!!! Boot-Heels a skirt, instead pants. Pants would only covered this "Killer" Boots. And of course your long legs!

    Nr. 4 - i like this stretching pose - really funny.

    Bye.

    Jennifer

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    1. thank you dear...I love wearing skirts!

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    2. "I love wearing skirts!" - like i do - cool!

      Bye.

      Jennifer

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