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Wondering just how to wear this season's midi-length skirts, or how to dress if you're petite?

Then you're in luck, for our Fashion Director Alexandra Fullerton joined us online recently for a live web chat in which she answered all these questions from Stylist readers and more. With experience working the trickiest of trends and making them wearable for your wardrobe, there's no fashion crisis Alex wasn't able to solve.

The chat is now over, but you can read all the questions and Alex's advice below.

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