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  • Happy Love

    styling. love the purse (camel and ivory), shoes and belt against the ivory top. black, white & tan

  • Caroline Breitzke

    The lace top that keeps coming back and the pencil black skirt that never gets out of style

  • Rhegan

    lace top black skirt, cute work outfit

  • Andrea Jones

    Black Skirt. Lace Top. Brown Shoes & Belt.

  • Jacque Coyne

    style | fall fashion - casual chic with a black pencil skirt

  • Kerry DeCory

    Black pencil skirt, white lace top, tan shoes, tan bag and belt. Don't like this particular bag though!

  • Marissa Anne

    summer work outfit - Click image to find more Women's Fashion Pinterest pins

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Consider your height. If you are short, stick to a skirt that hits just above or below the knee. For taller ladies, any length will do so long as it doesn't go below your ankles . Length is everything! You can totally ruin the midi look if your skirt is just 2 inches too long or too short. Ideally, you want a midi to hit mid shin, where you leg begins to thin out. If a skirt hits at the thicker part of you leg, it will make you look stalky.