Three Ways To Wear… An A-Line Skirt

By Elizabeth Wigley

3 Ways To Wear… An A-Line Skirt

The cold weather can often restrict us in what we wear, and personally the idea of wearing a skirt in winter just really doesn’t appeal to me – I get cold so easily! But wearing a skirt the right way means you can adapt your outfit easily, depending on the weather, the situation and the time of day. An A-line skirt is perfect for wearing in multiple outfits, as they can be both casual and that little bit more formal.

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Teaming an A-line skirt with a polo-neck jumper gives off that sophisticated air you might be looking for. It keeps it fashionable and practical at the same time, as the knitwear keeps you warm when walking to and from lectures. In this particular style, I have paired textures together, as the top is ribbed and the skirt is of a suede material – this can enhance the look as it breaks up the idea of simple block colours.

Mixing Patterns

Wearing more than one pattern together is often not done, as it can be twtw-2fairly risky. I would recommend not wearing more than two patterns in the same outfit as this can appear quite messy and not pulled together. With this outfit, the colours of each individual garment are fairly similar, as are the patterns of straight lines. As a result you would not quite expect this to work, but somehow it does!

Evening

 

The silhouette of an A-line skirt can be ideal for an evening out when yotwtw-3u don’t want to go too fancy. Its angles provide a formal yet fun look and give you freedom to move. Here I have matched it with a patterned crop top to contrast against the bold blackness of the skirt, and I am wearing a light patterned kimono as an outer-layer. This can be worn with or without tights, and some black leather mules have done the trick to make the look classier with a mid-heel.

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