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The slit is a daring detail that can achieve great things for your look, but it can also go wrong very easily. Even big names in the entertainment industry find it hard to tastefully master the slit (except if you're you're Angelina Jolie, of course).
The first fundamental thing to know about the slit trend is that you can wear it everywhere, except at the back, as the result is not that elegant. Front and side slits come in different types. Curved, wide-open or with a zipper, they can become a sexy and sophisticated detail in your look.
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1. The Subtle Side Slit A high waisted skirt can go with a large top, preferably tucked in. If it's a wide maxi skirt, a tucked in top can also be a choice, as well as a fitted shirt. Just make sure you don't reveal too much, as the slit is already a somewhat revealing touch. A maxi dress just needs great shoes, preferably sandals (heeled or not).
2. The Cool Detail Slit Pencil denim pants can go with a simple top and a leather jacket, if you are targeting the grunge look. A chiffon top is a good choice if you are looking for a more plain look. Free fitted jeans that reach all the way down to your feet can be worn with heels to show of the shoes and elevate you off the ground.
3. The Audacious Front Slit For a center slit denim skirt, make sure you go for a casual look with simple pieces, even if you choose to wear pumps. High waisted skirts call for a slight distinction, so stay away from large belts and opt for a thin piece that doesn't compete with the slit, already a statement by itself.
4. The Irreverent Double Slit The double slit skirt or dress is exceptionally beautiful with heels, sandals and even boots. A maxi skirt works wonderfully because it flows naturally without being to revealing.