Dress length is a funny thing. There never seems to be a right or a wrong, even across many decades of fashion change the length of dresses has been a subject of much debate, deliberation, opinion and shock.
Of course it always tends to be the preserve of the short dress to attract the most comment and length is a sure-fire way for any designer to attract attention or create a stir. There's a typical cycle here that tends to repeat itself at regular intervals. A new design of shockingly short dress makes its appearance either on the catwalk or in a popular film, worn by an attractive and slim celebrity. The press makes a feature of it, commercial brands copy the style and the masses flock in their thousands to try out the style, hoping in some way to engender the same aura of said celebrity and create a similar look. As adoption increases, many less attractive wearers are seen out and about and the style starts to lose its appeal. Fashion leaders regard the style as having had its day and move on. All that is quickly forgotten and soon after the cycle starts again.
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