If you aren´t aware yet, spring favorites include soft separates that add up to strong looks. And when we say soft separates, we refer to feminine pieces such as lace, florals, pale colors and lightweight materials. But the focus of these ensembles are full skirts.
Yes, full skirts are back to amaze this season. With pleating, tucks or draping, a full skirt is a romantic choice that´s flattering for most women. But remember the good old reliable rule of length – between the kneecap and about an inch below. Here are five romantic looks to steal now.
Yellow Floral-Print Flared Skirt
Pleats that start from the waist are normally hard to wear. But this gorgeous floral-pattern skirt in A-line silhouette has pleats in front that are easy to manage. Layer it up with an ivory sleeveless placket blouse, light yellow understated sweater and nude trench coat. Make your pins appear sophistically longer with a pair of two-piece pumps.
Crystal White Flower Dance Full Skirt
Mix an indian pink and crystal white separates featuring aloe flower patterns. Because the result is ultra feminine, you´d probably want to toughen it up with a double-breasted, metallic lapel-trench coat. Add an elegant pearl necklace and sexy ankle-strap high heels.
A-line Dot Print Full Skirt
Brighten up this conservative-looking polka dot full skirt that hits just within your kneecap with a red cardigan. Continue the sleekness down your feet with a snakeskin D’Orsay pump.
Striped Skater Skirt
Because black flare skirt has become everyone´s uniform, consider breaking the conformity trend with this stripe skater skirt from Mango. Its pleats are a contrast of red, white and black. Finish the look with a soft white combo blouse and attention-grabbing dressy pumps.
A-line Lace Full Skirt
Ace the blending of mint, blue, animal print and metallic all in one single evening look. The clean mint foam sleeveless blouse balances the statement of this Alexandra full skirt which boosts lace overlay and contrasting underlay. Top up your ensemble with some hint of splash, add a metallic clutch and sandals.
Now over to you, girls. Are the trending knee length full skirts something you´d like to try this spring?