How to Wear the Hottest Skirt Styles

Let’s face it: we girls love wearing skirts. They make us feel fun, feminine and flirty. But with the many trends out there, you might be asking yourself, “What’s the best way to wear the hottest skirt styles?”  Fear not as you can always look your best with these trendy outfit ideas.

Pencil Skirt

A pencil skirt is a classic style you can wear at work or at play. While it is synonymous to office chic, a pencil skirt looks great with casual and edgy items, such as the striped white shirt below.

pink pencil skirt

For a flattering style, choose a pencil skirt that ends at the knee – or a few inches below the knee. Pair it with a simple sweater for a sophisticated winter #ootd.

black pencil skirt

Full Skirt

A full skirt is an item that can make you look elegant instantly. As for length, knee or midi full skirts are the best for most sizes and heights.

dotted full skirt

Balance is key, so if you plan on wearing a printed full skirt, pair it with a simple top.

teal full skirt

Should you choose a plain full skirt, you can go with a printed or textured top.

red full skirt

Pleated Skirt

A pleated skirt is considered a fashion chameleon, as it has taken several looks lately. From chiffon to leather, this design comes in all shapes and sizes.

If you wish to wear a shorter pleated skirt (cut below the knee or higher) choose one made of stiffer materials (such as leather) and wear it with a crop top, sweater or jacket.

pink pleated skirt

If you want a longer pleated skirt, choose a style made from soft, flowy fabric such as chiffon. Complement the amplified ends by wearing a fitted top.

red pleated skirt

Fit and Flare Skirt

A fit and flare skirt is known for its snug top and widened hem, which makes it look more like peplum. Because of this nature, a fit and flare skirt is best worn with loose tops, such as chunky knits, slouchy tops and bomber jackets.
_fit and flare skirtwhite fit and flare skirt

Origami Skirt

If you are looking for a futuristic and structured skirt, then the origami skirt is what you need. This geometric, tulip-like skirt is often on the short end of things, so it is best worn with boxy jackets, sweaters, shell tops and button-down polos.

black origami skirt

Even in this cold weather, you can still wear an origami skirt. All you need to do is throw on some leggings or over-the-knee boots, such as the one below.

black origami skirt

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