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What will you be wearing with your Skirts this A/W

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Anon136790 Thu 27-Aug-15 07:57:45

Looking around just trying to get ideas of that's hot this A/W and I'm guessing these type of skirts are going to be popular.

What will you be wearing your skirt with? I always panic wearing skirts in A/W as I just can't ever seem to find anything to wear them with expect long sleeved tees which just never looks

Skirts I see are popular are
1) checked mini
2) tube skirt
3) demim a-line

Colaslushie Thu 27-Aug-15 08:02:35

Have you seen these types of skirts on a model ie styled as part of an outfit? Or just on their own like in the pics you posted?

PennyPants Thu 27-Aug-15 12:06:22

Tube skirt with t-shirts, tops, cardies,
Jumper, shirts and biker ankle boots.
Mini skirts with same tops as above but longer boots. Don't own any A line. Have a look on Pinterest.

burnishedsilver Thu 27-Aug-15 12:53:15

Ribbed polo necks.

I'm more confused about what type of shoes/boots to wear with skirts.

Anon136790 Thu 27-Aug-15 15:13:39

Shoes was going to be my next question blush

Indulgingmum Thu 27-Aug-15 15:24:47

I got some great leather boots in black and another pair in tan last year in the sale. They are knee boots so I'll be wearing them. Plus I got to lovely pairs of flat pumps on Shuh so can wear those too.

With a checked mini, I'd wear a plain black semi fitted top/jumper, black opaques and black boots - either ankle or knee.
With a denim A-line skirt I plan to wear a black turtle neck and heeled ankle boots.
With tube skirts, I wear pretty much anything!

mewkins Thu 27-Aug-15 21:39:00

I would go for fairly fitted crew neck jumpers with the a line. I really like the checked onw and would go for a looser long sleeve tshirt with a longer cardigan over that. Boots (knee high flat ones) with all of those because I don't like my legs and all of the skirts would be quite short on me. I wear lots of skirts for work in the winter as they allow me to wear nice warm thick tights and boots with them!

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