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Aug 19, 2012, 5:10pm   #16
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Originally Posted by LoveLouboutins
It's probably too tight. If you just adjust it an inch, it will still look as slinky but won't ride up as much.
I agree, it's probably the wrong size - there is a difference between something being 'fitted' and 'too tight'!
Aug 19, 2012, 8:42pm   #17
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Its really just a matter of how much give the skirt material has as you walk. The larger the stride and the tighter the skirt the more it is forced to ride up. In addition the material will tend to cling to the skin, that is why tights or stockings help.
This probably also explains why HL dresses don't seem to suffer so much because of the elastic material in them; certainly I've never had a problem with the 3 HL dresses I have.

So smaller steps - higher heels help in this respect, perhaps a slightly less tight cut skirt and stockings are my solution.
Feb 7, 2016, 2:42am   #18
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This Youtube video shows a solution in preventing dresses from riding up https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEXfDsuPYeQ
Feb 9, 2016, 10:09am   #19
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It happens to me with most tight fitting skirts and dresses and can be so annoying. The only solution I have found is to take shorter steps and wear heels.

As for the shorts and velcro thing, no sorry that just wouldnt work.
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