I don't know if you are familiar with the mullet haircut. If not take a quick look here. The essential element of a mullet is that it is short at the front and long at the back. In Aus it is generally regarded as a bogan style of haircut. Now compare to the mullet dress. Is there any doubt.
It isn't taken as being the height of fashion by all women. This Kiwi writer puts my thoughts very well.
To my way of thinking a pair of scissors would solve the problem in both cases...hair and dress!Right now as I bask in the 30-degree sun (cue an ever-so-slightly smug laugh), there’s an article sitting beside me from NZ women’s magazine Cleo debating the trend of the mullet dress. Worn by the likes of Jessica Alba I’m sure you’re all well aware of its credentials; it’s a mini-skirt at the front and a full on maxi-dress from the back – long and short, hence it’s ‘mullet’ nickname – and anything named after something as vomit-inducing as the mullet has surely got to be a fashion disaster?…Hasn’t it? I actually gave myself an accidental (with perhaps just a pinch of attention-seeking) mullet when I was five and if I’d been given a pair of scissors and one of my mum’s puffy dresses at the same time, I’m sure the result would’ve been something similar to the mullet dress. This isn’t fashion, it’s a fashion massacre. Am I the only one who thinks it looks like the front of the skirt is stuck in the wearer’s knickers? They’ll be adding toilet-roll soon and calling it a train. It’s no better than a theatre curtain that gets stuck on the encore and it’s about as flattering as, well, a mullet.
WoZ who prefers it short