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4 Ways to Wear Tea Length Skirts

Feminine style is having a moment. Here's how four bloggers found fresh ways to wear the timeless—and always ladylike—tea skirt.

There is nothing more feminine than a hem that hits at the calf. Tea length skirts have been with us for a long time, but they haven't looked this fresh since Grace Kelly wore them gliding across the silver screen back in the '50s. Here are four great ways to wear this vintage-inspired style from the office to date night and back again.

Blair from Atlantic-Pacific, a long time lover of the tea length skirt, pairs hers with a crop top, on the left. Showing a little skin adds an element of sexiness to the once prim and proper silhouette.

On the right, Aimee, from Song of Style, takes a modern approach with a casual white tank and a pair of strappy heels.

On the left, Rachel, the blogger behind Pink Peonies, plays into the ultra-feminine vibe by adding a nude lace top and a pointed nude heel to elongate her legs. (Nude heels are a a great shoe for the shorter ladies out there).

The chambray shirt, on the right, has to be one of the most trusted tops in the fashion world. Whether it's tucked in, knotted at the waist, or worn unbuttoned over another shirt, there are so many ways to style this top with a tea-length skirt. Folake Kuye Huntoon, of StylePantry, knocks it out of the park with her chic styling of her bright neon skirt.

If you love the ladylike look of a tea length skirt, you'll love these fashions. 

For more style secrets, visit Samantha at The Brunette One.
Samantha McClelland

Samantha McClelland currently resides in Iowa as a full-time merchandise buyer. Before landing her job in the corporate world, she was itching for a creative outlet. After perusing many interior design, DIY, and fashion blogs, she created The Brunette One in July of 2010. The Brunette One is a collection of splendid things. A collection that includes Samantha's love of fashion; cataloging the latest trends and shopping tips, along with sharing her personal and street style inspirations. In her spare time, Samantha moonlights as co-owner and founder of StyleEsque, the director of communications for Go Blog Social and co-founder of Midwest Bloggers.

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