The high-low hemline trend is going strong among the celeb crowd and it's easy to see why, considering it's a fun and flirty alternative to one-length gowns. Everyone from Naya Riversa, to Nicole Richie, to Victoria's Secret model Lindsay Ellingson, and more have chosen various styles on the red carpet. Polka dots, sheer, hot pink, sequined . . . the list goes on. Step inside to see which celebs have worked the high-low trend and to shop similar pieces for your closet.
What's the saying? When the economy is tight, hemlines go up? Yes. So when the economy is really tight, hemlines go into a frenzied high/low hemline state? Apparently. This skirt silhouette, seen mainly on dresses on the Spring runways, is part provocative, part princess. However, Balmain's bondage high/low dresses were positively provocative (left). The princess was spotted at Nina Ricci and its Edwardian frocks and Temperley's dreamy poufy white dress. Just when I thought I'd experimented with every hemline, Spring presents a new one. Rocky economy aside, these are rockin'.
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