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can I wear this skirt to work?

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SansaryaAgain Fri 24-Jun-16 21:16:23

Bear in mind that my office is very casual.

Hopefully Fri 24-Jun-16 21:18:35

Only if you work somewhere creative/media, and only if you are significantly shorter than the model, IMO.

MardyGrave Fri 24-Jun-16 21:24:54

It's not my cup of tea.

I've seen nice leather skirts but there's something off about it, maybe the length.

MardyGrave Fri 24-Jun-16 21:26:41

Plus it looks really cheap, like for a 19 year old having a night out on the town price range disposable fashion.

Would never believe it was $200.

meowli Fri 24-Jun-16 21:29:29

I could never wear it (not got the figure!), but I like the look of it, and don't think it would be inappropriate in a casual office setting.

Summerdiamond Fri 24-Jun-16 21:32:04

With a denim or chambray shirt for a casual office I think so

SansaryaAgain Fri 24-Jun-16 21:32:34

I bought it second hand so it only cost £12. I am about the height of the model and always wear high heels so maybe it's not best for the office. I was planning on wearing it with a tie neck blouse tucked in.

messystressy Fri 24-Jun-16 21:34:39

I work in a very corporate environment - it would be seen as a bit hmm.

IWannaHoldYourHand Fri 24-Jun-16 21:59:51

Leather/pleather skirts are one of the few things banned from my very casual office, on the basis of kink confused

Agadooo Fri 24-Jun-16 22:08:37

Really nice skirt but definitely not with bare legs n high heels to work-maybe with coloued tights though.

AmberNectarine Fri 24-Jun-16 22:33:16

where I work is v. corporate and staid. I wear a leather pencil skirt occasionally, but never anything this length (especially leather).

SansaryaAgain Sat 25-Jun-16 07:43:35

I actually don't think it's that short, and have worn skirts about that length to work before. But not leather ones!

prettywhiteguitar Sat 25-Jun-16 07:48:59

Are you a tiny, quirky, edgy person with cool hair ?

If not it I think it might look like you're trying to be sexy at work.

I'd save it for going out ?

CurlsLDN Sat 25-Jun-16 07:51:46

I do work in a creative/media office, and it would be fine where I work, but would be worn with flat shoes and a casual grey Tshirt or fine knit - definitely nothing with a low neck or straps

LucyFotheringay Sat 25-Jun-16 07:57:52

Not with heels, too tarty. And it makes the model look rather wide across the hips confused

SueTrinder Sat 25-Jun-16 08:01:15

I'm a scientist for a large pharma and we officially have a smart casual dress code. That skirt would be absolutely fine but I'd never wear it like the model, I'd wear it with opaque tights, flat shoes and a jumper.

Liiinoo Sat 25-Jun-16 08:11:03

It would be lovely with flats but with heels it's a bit much for an office environment.

seaviewplease Sat 25-Jun-16 08:17:05

Yes, wear it but probably only in winter with boots/flats, tights and a jumper or blouse. Too heavy and dark for summer unless you have fabulous tanned, slim legs (prob under age of 35) and will wear it confidently wink

SansaryaAgain Sat 25-Jun-16 08:22:35

This is the blouse I was planning on teaming it with

But maybe best saved for an evening out. I think with tights in winter is prob the best way to wear it for work.

CurlsLDN Sat 25-Jun-16 08:41:16

Your link doesn't work, is it this one?

Please no, the black leather skirt and sheer leopard print together is not a sophisticated look (in my opinion!) definitely not suitable for even my anything goes office

SansaryaAgain Sat 25-Jun-16 08:43:50

No not that one, the one I linked to isn't that sheer! I've worn it to work before with jeans but always wear a vest underneath so it isn't revealing.

CurlsLDN Sat 25-Jun-16 09:00:13

Haha ok, phew!

Marmalade85 Sat 25-Jun-16 09:21:57


vulgarbunting Sat 25-Jun-16 09:37:56

Everyone at my work wears that kind of leather skirt. It's almost like a uniform. Totally fine.

FashionLover1 Mon 27-Jun-16 11:15:08

I don't think it's a good idea.

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