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Skirts – What’s the Best One for You?

Ladies skirts are not only stylish, but they are also a versatile piece of clothing.  They can work well for smart professional wear, evening wear, special event outfits, and even casual wear depending on your choice of skirt.

The secret of looking great in a skirt lies in finding the style that works best for your body shape. In that light, we present you the four most popular styles of skirts and how to adorn them.

1. Pencil Skirts

A pencil skirt is the ideal choice for office wear. They blend in well with blouses and can also look amazing as part of a suit. You also cannot go wrong if you wear a pencil skirt as part of a casual outfit. You just need to get the right fabric.

Pencil skirts do a wonderful job of accentuating a curvy figure. Therefore, if you have an hourglass figure, they should be your perfect choice of skirt.

2. A-line Skirts

An A- line skirt slightly flares out from your waist in an A-shape. If you have a pear-shaped body, this is undoubtedly the most flattering kind of skirt you can get. Reason being, it will skim over your hips and thighs, concealing them and offsetting them, thanks to its broad hem.  The ideal length for this type of skirt should be about knee-length. It will look weird if it’s too long due the broad hem.

3. Flared Skirts

These skirts encompass the skirts that have gathers at the waist and the circle skirts that have minimal or no bulk around their waist. If you want to look slimmer, a circle skirt would be your perfect choice as it doesn’t add bulk. Conversely, if you are slim and you want to add more shape, you should go for a skirt that has gathers.

It is also worth noting that flared skirts normally look best on tall women since the fullness of the outfit can overshadow those with a smaller frame. Likewise, they are an excellent way to offset a larger bust.

4. Flared  Hem Skirts

Flared hem skirts can work well for both professional and evening wear. They look almost like pencil skirts, but they have a section at the bottom, which flares out to the hem. If you have a pear-shaped body or larger hips, you can also look great in a flared hem skirt.

Final Thoughts

Choosing the ideal type of skirt for your body can be challenging, but if you know what to look for beforehand, you will have an exciting experience when shopping for skirts. That’s why we have given you this information.