You never want to wear a skirt in a hurricane or tornado, but on the rest of the days throughout the year, a slight breeze can turn into a major gust really fast. When the wind starts to blow, your skirt starts to rise, and suddenly, the world knows you wore red striped undies that day.
Missed a Spot While Shaving
Every woman can relate to this scenario: you spend half an hour making sure you cover every inch of your legs with a razor or wax strips. You put on the skirt, head to work, sit down at your desk, and look down in the glare of the fluorescent lights of your office. You realize you missed a huge spot right there by your knee. No one but you notices it, but it bugs you all day.
Is It Safe To Pick That Up?
You may think you look good rocking that short little skirt, but the moment you drop something on the floor, you find yourself in a dilemma. Is anyone standing behind you? If you bend over to pick it up, will you expose yourself to the rest of your coworkers?
Legs Are Sticking To the Chair
Sometimes your skirt is so short that it rides up when you sit down. Your first thought is whether anyone can see anything you'd rather keep private. Your second thought is whether you really want your bare legs touching the chair. If it's hot, and you are sweaty, your legs are sure to stick to the seat and make a terrible noise when you stand.
Anyone Else On the Stairs?
If you have to climb a flight of steps at your place of employment or school while wearing a skirt, you probably cringe when someone gets behind you. Depending on how far behind you they are, you wonder if they can see up your skirt. You speed up. They speed up. How many stairs are there?
Is the Skirt Tucked Into Underwear?
Going to the bathroom in a skirt is pretty simple; there are no buttons or zippers to deal with. However, if you aren't careful, you might end up committing the worst skirt crime of all: tucking the bottom of it into your underwear. It's easy to do when you are in a hurry, and you spend your entire walk back to your desk trying to decide if you feel a draft.
What Does Every Other Person Think Of This Skirt?
You know how you feel about your skirt, but at some point during the day, you start wondering what other people think about it, as well. Does your boss think it's too short? Does that cute delivery guy think it makes you look like you are six years old? Does the resident pretty girl in the office think you need to do some Pilates and tone those legs?