You’re Never Too Old for a Miniskirt
Miniskirts are a hot cultural phenomenon that continue to explode in popularity.
In the early 1990s, Miniskirt Magazine, a fashion publication aimed at women 14-27, was started in London. Today it’s distributed around the world. Many of the women featured in the magazine are the “little” women that you hear about in the news. And for good reason–all those women are in the “millennial” generation that’s just about to start their careers.
Women in that generation are much more likely to get a job than the women in the “Millennials” who are entering and exiting the workplace at the same time. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, women in the Millennial generation started working in their 20s, on average, and still in their early 30s, on average. Millennial women’s average annual salary was about $37,000, compared with their male counterparts, who were in their 30s, on average, making $56,000 annually. Millennial women accounted for 3.5% of the entire workforce in their 20s, and 11.9% of the workforce in their 30s.
What are Miniskirts?
When you look at a Miniskirt, you are likely to see a woman who is not wearing any make-up. The term “Miniskirt” can be used pejoratively to mean anything from a “big butt” to a “big tits”. In this context, anything but a Miniskirt is a “pussy” (sorry, folks).
But for fashion fans, a Miniskirt is a woman who is comfortable in a revealing, short skirt that covers the upper part of her thighs and is not too tight. The Miniskirt often also shows a lot of cleavage, so any hint of a cleavage is likely to be a Miniskirt.
Why are many women wearing them?
The short skirt is a very practical garment. It’s much more comfortable than pants in a warm climate. Women have been wearing skirts in Europe for hundreds of years. The very first women to wear pants in the United States, in New York City, were the wives of