For such an unfortunate name, the skirt itself is actually very feminine and pretty. A mullet skirt is shorter in the front than it is in the back, and I was piqued by seeing this skirt in Sirens because for the 6 years I've been obsessed with fashion, not once have I seen such a skirt in fast fashion retail stores. Maybe I've just never looked closely enough, but this is a good sign that stores like Sirens are realizing customers aren't going to settle for the same thing every season, and that more and more girls are looking for unique pieces.
Look for flowy mullet skirts, and not the ones which are made of stiff fabric. You'll want there to be motion when you walk. And look for interesting cuts: some mullet skirts may cut straight across in the front, some may curve downwards, and some may even open in a triangle.
When wearing a mullet skirt, avoid loose tops, and go for chunky shoes (although as you'll see below, classic pumps never fail!). A mullet skirt frames your legs perfectly, so you'll want to knock everyone out with great shoes.
Crop tops and jean jackets work well and give off a slight boho look, while leather jackets exploit the edgy-and-feminine trend.
I absolutely love this trend, and wouldn't hesitate at all to try it. It's feminine and polished, and essentially one big contradiction. From the front, you're ready to strut your stuff, but from the back, you're all about classy glamour. And don't even get me started on the heavenly way in which the wind gently ruffles a mullet skirt.
Who would have thought mullets would be in fashion again? It's hardly surprising though. You walk in teasing them with a bit of leg, and walk out with their eyes softly trailing behind you.
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