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Fall 2010 New York Fashion Week Trend: Long Skirts

2010 Fall NYFW Trend: Maxed-Out

For Fall '10, designers — such as Adam Lippes, Peter Som, Michael Kors, and Tommy Hilfiger — swapped out shorter hemlines for longer luxurious lengths. Maxed-out skirts are a sophisticated and refreshing alternative to the tights and minis combo and can be worn both casually or ultra-glamorous. Peep how Adam Lippes and Peter Som experimented with floaty, printed chiffon layers, while Michael Kors and Tibi decorated their long skirts with beads and shimmer. We love them all.


Adam Lippes

Doo-Ri

Michael Kors

Ralph Lauren

Charlotte Ronson

To see more maxi madness from New York Fashion Week,

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Adam Lippes

Doo-Ri

Michael Kors

Ralph Lauren

Charlotte Ronson

Peter Som

Tibi

Tommy Hilfiger

Alexander Wang

Richard Chai

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Talldiva45 Talldiva45 5 years
Hmmm - I love Maxi skirts. Guess I am in the minority here - I suppose you guys are right though because I am 6'1"...
superninja superninja 5 years
These are beautiful on the runway, but rarely look good in real life. They require movement and lots of it. Constant.
EmilieLove EmilieLove 5 years
The problem that I have with long skirts is that, unless you're 5'10 and a size zero, they can make you look kind of stunted. I like how they look on models, but that never seems to transfer into streetwear very well...not to mention the fact that a lot of times, billowly long skirts aren't very practical.
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