miniskirt


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miniskirt

skirts hemmed at mid-thigh or higher; heyday of the leg in fashion world (1960s). [Am. Hist.: Sann, 255–263]
See: Fads
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However, Miniskirt could only beat what was put in front of her and with her confidence now suitably augmented, she can start to make some progress through the ranks.
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If the hair was 1920s starlet the satin black miniskirt and high-heeled boots were pure punk rock.
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Seen petting suede sofas, testing chairs, cooing over crystal, nibbling on caviar and sipping bubbly: Minnie Driver, in a miniskirt and boots, Bonnie Hunt, Kelly Lynch and Ashley Scott, as well as socialites Anna Getty and Nancy Davis.
FASHION designer MARY Quant was one of the many who took credit for inventing the miniskirt and hot pants.