Looking for tips on how to wear trumpet skirt? It may not be a huge trend right now but it´s a forever flattering skirt to non-trend obsessed women who knows how to style it.
The feminine fit and flare skirt has evolved from last season´s skater silhouette to the now trumpet style. Trumpet skirt is a sister to drop waist dresses and a best pal to skater skirt but with its own character—the upper portion is fitted while the lower seam flares out from the body.
In spring/summer 2014 the trumpet skirt was a huge trend. On the runway stage we saw various adaptations of trumpet style—from mini to midi length skirts, with ruffles or flounces that brought girly-ness to a whole new level.
But let´s admit it. Right now, trumpet skirt isn´t trendy. In fact, I had a hard time searching the internet for a gorgeous trumpet skirt on sale. The only places that you can probably find several trumpet skirts that are beautiful on vintage stores or secondhand stores.
However, if all you care is style and not trend, then read on for my tips on how to wear trumpet skirt. Because if you do find a coveted trumpet skirt, you will look divine wearing it.
Note: Because the top portion of the skirt hugs your curves, you need to be comfortable with your shape and your derriere. Stand straight, walk with good posture in order to give your rear its best look.
1. Wear with a Cute Top
If you want to create an illusion of long legs, opt for midi trumpet skirts to partner with a cute top, tuck in. To wear it to formal affairs, go for a simple clean top such as a solid colored silk or a collared button-down shirt. Adding a matching blazer will create a very elegant, polish tandem.
To wear it to the street and showcase your creative side, experiment with pattern mixing. Dolce & Gabbana showed us how a subtle tribal print short sleeve top looks great with a polka dot midi trumpet skirt.
2. Wear with a Pullover
For transitional days, early fall or late spring, play up your femininity with gorgeous trumpet skirts and knitted pullover topped with ankle boots or pumps (worn with socks). Remember that if your skirt is mini, you have to tuck your top.
But if you feel like wearing it untuck and a little loose, make sure that your skirt is a midi and your top hits around the first hip.
3. Wear with Some Personality
It´s about dressing the occasion. Need an easy-to-wear party look? Go for a (matching) printed trumpet-skirted ruffled outfit. Gotta impress in the street? Try Susie Bubble´s quirky look with unexpected pieces to go with a bright trumpet skirt. Love channeling it to work? Dress up a black trumpet silhouette with a bright print blazer.
4. How to wear a black trumpet skirt
Since trumpet skirt is figure hugging, it´s easy to style with fitted tops such as a fitting sweater or stretchy fitting top. If you´re wearing your black trumpet skirt to work, wear it with a pair of pointed toe, low vamp pump shoes, or with a pair of pee-toe pump high heels.
This is another way to wear a trumpet skirt to work. The black trumpet skirt has a vintage style and it can be worn with a simple white shirt or top with quarter sleeves. This look can also be finished with a pair of pointed-toe pumps or pee-toe pumps.
For a sexy look, wear this ruched black trumpet skirt with a crop top and a blazer. Complete the look with a pair of strap heels that match our crop top. And make sure your blazer hits just around your first hip.
5. How to Wear a Silky Trumpet Skirt
A silk trumpet skirt is very elegant. The best way to wear it is to pair it with an equally elegant top—a silk top. It can be a silk cropped long-sleeves top or a silky camisole top, with strap heels to complete the look. This silk trumpet skirt is available in several colors.
6. How to wear a bright trumpet skirt
The safest way to wear a bright colored trumpet skirt is to pair it with either a white or a black fitted top. That´s because the skirt is already a bold statement, so you´d want to let that single statement speak for the entire look.
However, you can also expirement with prints such as a black polka dot top or a floral print. when going for floral print, I would suggest a print that matches that color of your skirt.
So tell me girls, are trumpet skirts make you excited for spring and summer? How would you wear this new fit and flare trend?