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by Ida Hsiang
Runway reports show that for the spring and summer seasons, it's all about longer hemlines and a return to a retro aesthetic. But it's not spring or summer yet, so if you don't mind, we here at Stylehive are still very much into hiking up the hemlines and flaunting the gams! But ok, we know it's kind of freezing out there and it's no fun to flaunt the legs if they're actually popsicles!Wearing short shorts or dresses and skirts with higher hemlines don't need to be reserved for just summer. Look for more seasonally appropriate materials like super of-the-moment leather shorts, or opt for a warm fuzzy sweater dress. Simply pair wool-y tights, sleek thigh-highs or thick knee socks for added warmth and coverage. Combat and military boots or shoes with a chunky heel helps add to the cooler weather effect.Click the slideshow to see some of our fave ways to show of the legs, but still stay warm while doing so!
by Mary Kincaid
Why bother with all those boring financial indicators to predict the stock market's performance when you can just look at women's hemlines? The Hemline Theory says that when skirts are high, the market performs well, and when skirts are long, well, prepare for new lows. Silly? Perhaps. But it's as valid as whatever methods those CNBC pundits are using to predict what's going to happen -- they're less accurate than weathermen! And on the off chance that there is something to this Hemline Theory, perhaps we women can help things along and do our part to rescue the DJIA with our fashion choices. Even if you don't raise stock prices, you'll certainly raise eyebrows (in a good way!) when you sport one of these fab vintage mini dresses. Just click the slideshow to see the selection!