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Are You Into Tea-Length Hemlines?
Jul 27 2009 • By
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Sure, why not?
depends on the piece.. sometimes itt can be very unflattering.
I am way too short for that. On me, that dress would be floor length. I need shorter hemlines.
I think I like this length at times bc. I am so tall..I say why not.
Love tea length but agree, best on tall people and only be with heels.
I said no but not because I'm not "into" them. I think it can be a GREAT length for certain heights, body types, etc. I happen to be very short (barely 5'1") so tea length only makes me look shorter, therefore I, personally, am not into it.
I'm not crazy about this hemline. I suppose on the right person with the right style it could look really lovely but I don't even like it on the model.
I think this hemline looks good with the right silhouette. Hmmm, I'm petite and I've worn this length with short-heeled shoes (kitten-heel). It looked nice. I think it depends on the shoe. JMHO.
Not really. I'm super short so I don't think that hemline is flattering on me, even with high heels.
Yes, sometimes I am.
I enjoyed my tea length bridesmaid dress. As far as everyday on me... no. And yes, heels are a must with this length.
I think tea-length dresses only looks good on tall people. I'm 5' and it makes my torso look 2x longer than it is.
I had to wear a tea-length bridesmaid dress in March, but I won't be wearing another tea-length dress or skirt any time soon. Not the best look for me.
I like tea length on others, but it makes me look squat.
the model looks so thin here i agree with it, heels are a must for these
I kind of like them with pencil skirts, but I agree that the heels are a must with these!
Yes, but only if it's more of an a-line and with very high heels !
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