The first bandage I owned was a dress; in fact, it was a little black dress. And I didn´t even know what it´s called until I posted my outfit on my personal blog and I´ve got girls telling me, “Oh, I love your bandage dress!” My discovery didn´t end there. I also discovered my love for a bandage skirt. I was initially stunned to realize that bandage skirts aren´t always figure-hugging, which is mostly the case for bandage dresses, and that they could also look gorgeous in flare.
Here are four ways to style a pleated, volume bandage skirt.
Bandage Skirt with Blazer
More volume is added to a classic bandage dress through its pleats. Keep the party-spirit by adding a fun, printed top or something with graphics, and then pull everything together with a white jacket. Finish the look with a pair of gorgeous pumps.
Stripes and Neonpop
You can play trendy with stripes too! This black and white bandage skirt is a bit boxy so its best to add a feminine top to negate the boxiness. If you go for a black or a white top, you can inject a pop of neon colors through your accessory such as a neon belt, a neon clutch, or neon shoes. Alternatively, you can team this skater bandage skirt with a neon top and let your accessory be in neutral black or white.
Play with your Strengths
Play with your strengths is the mantra in styling this utterly fabulous lavender bandage skirt. If you feel that you´re young enough to show some abs, go for it! Team this skirt with a cropped top. But if you know that your legs are your strengths, go for a lightweight long-sleeved top to wear tucked in this skirt. Let your legs do the talking. Polish the look with sexy ankle strapped sandals.
Black & White Monochrome
Black Bandage Skirt, $48
I almost couldn´t have enough of black and white monochrome when it became a trend. Partly because all along, I wasn´t aware that I have too many monochrome pieces in my wardrobe. If you too lean towards elegant mixing, then try this black bandage skirt with a white top. The type of top depends on the kind of look that you´re planning to create. Do you want a street look or a casual-smart attire?
What do you think of a skater bandage skirt? How would you wear it?