I usually wear shorts anf capri length pants these days,so the skirts do not even get a look in anymore!!! I used to wear just below the knee in my last job,but until I was in my 40's I would wear shorter skirts.
For work I prefer to have my skirt just below the knee (although I do generally prefer to wear full length pants) and if it's a special function I prefer full length. I've never been a huge fan of short skirts.
I live just below the knee, this is the most youthful look for women my age I reckon, any longer is ageing I think and very long a nuisance!.Short not an option now....glad I wore many minis in my 20's!!!
I prefer pants or if I do wear skirts, below the knee. I can't stand young girls in those tight dresses which show every lump and bump and are so short they have to keep pulling them down, and if you happen to look up on an escalator cop an eyeful. I don't understand why they wear them short because they must be freezing.
Knee length is so much more flattering, and knees are not attractive body parts.
For pencil skirts a split on the side is very flattering (& tantalising).
Australia has possibly the world's worst dressed "teen feems" (teenage females). Hordes of dumpy, lumpy teen feems parade with their bulges oozing out of too-tight clothes, and the tall, leggy teen feems strut in ruff-cut shorts up to their crotch.
These days if I wear a skirt it's just below the knee or midi length. I don't like to wear maxi skirts now but I used to like them. Mini skirts were fine when I was a teenager. I usually wear some type of full length pants.
I prefer skirts mid calf or longer. As long as they are not too full, my privacy is ensured. Also, if needed, I can tuck the skirt up between my legs and into the waist band for more privacy or activities where my legs need to be free (such as bicycle riding).
I like my 17 dresses, to be just below my knees. All my older 3/4 length dresses, I only wear around the house in summer, I also have 1 lovely 3/4 length skirt that I wear out. And your so right, delbr, about the teens. I couldnít have written that better my self, & every day Iím out & about I see them, just like you describe! Itís an awful sight isnít it?! The teems certainly have a mind of their own, when it comes to Ďfashioní What are they thinking? Do they ever look at them selves in a full length mirror, before leaving the house???