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5 Under $50: High-Low Skirts

Shorter in front, longer in back, the high-low skirt is a unique silhouette that's cropping up on everyone these days, including Glee's Heather Morris. This asymmetrical hemline looks chic paired with heels and a cropped or tucked-in blouse. Thinking of giving it a try? Here are 5 high low skirts under $50 to get you started.

1. Threadsence "Cameron" Ruffle Skirt by Brandy Melville, $46

2. Chloe Loves Charlie White Skirt, $32

3. Sparkle and Fade High Low Skirt, $49

Sparkle & Fade at ShopStyle

4. Forever 21 High Low Skirt, $15.80

Forever 21 at ShopStyle

5. Bar III High Low Printed Skirt, $59 (okay, so it's over $50 but too cute to pass up!)


I love your picks but I'm especially in love with the one HM is wearing !
#1 Shubana (Homepage) on 2012-01-06 19:38 (Reply)
I'm loving these skirts! also sells one that looks exactly like the one on Threadsence for $32.90.
#2 Zamia Bailon on 2012-01-07 02:15 (Reply)
I have a skirt cut like these from TopShop and I always get so many compliments on it because it is so different. Also super comfy so definite plus.
#3 Nicole @ Giraffelegs (Homepage) on 2012-01-07 17:42 (Reply)
Love them all, but the Threadsence "Cameron" Ruffle Skirt is my fave, maybe because its the most flouncy :-)
#4 Wendy on 2012-01-09 03:12 (Reply)
I love all of your selections. I found one at Kohl's on sale for $8.99 orginally $49.99, from their Elle collection. I was so excited and couldn't believe the price. This was when they had their major sales after Cmas ;-)
#5 Berty Morales (Homepage) on 2012-01-09 13:30 (Reply)
Intrigued, but not sure how to wear them - you should buy one and show us BB! :^)
#6 danielle on 2012-01-09 16:59 (Reply)
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