Would YOU wear a puddle-length maxi skirt? The controversial style that’s taking over the high street

The unusual-length garment is featuring on fashion stores and red carpet, but would you give it a go this spring?

The look presumably been given due to the fact the wearer would have a soggy skirt train that trailed in puddles if it was worn in the rain.

You may have to hitch up the skirt on rainy days in Britain.

And now Asos is getting behind the trend and have a number of products on the site dedicated to the ankle-grazing look.

One of their products is the Seamed Side Puddle Maxi Skirt, which was selling for £30 but is currently out of stock.

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