The Pencil Skirt

The Pencil Skirt was invented by Christian Dior in the 1950s as an alternative to full and flare skirts. This design was deemed as the " New Style look". The pencil skirt made its debut in the 1952 film "Singin' in the Rain" , where Debbie Reynolds played a smart and sensible young woman alongside actor Gene Kelly. Since then, the Pencil Skirt has become a wardrobe staple for every woman who enjoys being sexy , yet subtle by not giving too much away.

The Pencil Skirt when paired with heels can have a hypnotic effect on the male psyche. It inhibits movement and can have its wearer adopting a sinuous swaying walk. This clever little design can bring out the prostitute in a proper lady by elegantly fooling her first , then the whole world :-)

The Pencil Skirt is the garment of choice for Burlesque performer Dita Von Teese. She believes that it gives her a sexy retro feel , that takes her back to a time when a woman's sexuality was celebrated instead of chastised.

Do you own a pencil skirt?

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