She has schooled us in style for decades, and we can’t get enough. Secretly, we’d like to be her, or know her, or just sit next to her at a dinner party. But since none of the above has the remotest chance of happening, at least we can dress like her.
Almost anything goes with this length. Flats? Sure. Wedges? Give them a whirl. Boots? Abso-fabu-lutely. What to avoid? Anything too lightweight. Your shoes need heft and presence to balance the visual weight of this style.
At left: Olive Oyl was an early adopter of the long skirt. Her hair needs work, but the shoes are perfect.