5 Ways to Wear Statement Skirts

Statement skirts are so much fun to build an outfit around. With the plethora of colours, patterns and designs, you can always find what suits your style.

There are so many ways to wear statement skirts and accessorize around them.

This summer, try one out, you may just find yourself building a collection. Here are 5 ways you can wear a statement skirt.

Bright Prints

Sacai mexican stripe pleated skirt, Boohoo halter basic crop top, Kenneth Cole Odile ankle tie espadrille wedge sandals,  eighteen piece bracelet set

This Sacai skirt is perfect for the summer. The colours are loud, but well combined and would make for the perfect outdoors event outfit.

Celebrate the summer sunshine with a red halter neck crop top, which will bring out the red detail of the belt. You can then mimic the colour with a pair of wedges.

If you’re going to be outdoors, try on a pair of Ray-Ban RB3546 to keep you looking stylish as well as protected from the sun.

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Ruffles

Alexander McQueen ruffle mini skirt, velvet sleeveless turtleneck bodysuit, Jennifer Lopez graduated stick statement necklace, Geometric Statement Cuff Bracelet

This Alexander McQueen ruffle mini skirt is as statement-esque as it can get. The form is incredible, so you would want to work your look around the skirt, ensuring that it gets the attention that it deserves.

Wearing a plain black body suit will draw the attention to the skirt (and avoid any annoying creases and crinkles you may get tucking in a shirt).

You can balance out the look with some strong gold accessories, making the look even more elegant.

Asymmetric

Attatea palm print skirt, Mango off-shoulder t-shirt, Kate Spade New York stud earrings, Charlotte Olympia Evangelina sandals

This asymmetric statement skirt will give your legs lots  of space for movement and would be ideal for one of the warmer days of summer.

Of course, with this look, you would want to wear a killer pair of heels to highlight a toned pair of legs and to balance out the skirt.

Wear a white or neutral top, which can be equally summery, to keep the look streamlined.

Pleats

Chicwish downtown printed midi skirt, J. Crew cold shoulder polka dot top, Toolally diamond drop earrings, Alexandre Birman clarita suede and satin sandals

This pleated print skirt has a more formal feel around it, perhaps making it the perfect candidate for an evening event or an afternoon tea.

Because it is rather neutral in color (aside from the yellow accent), you can pair it with a blue top and heels. This will act as a nice contrast to the yellow, and bring the look together.

Length

Miss Selfridge floral print maxi skirt, BB Dakota ruffle cold shoulder strap top, Van Cleef and Arpels frivole yellow-gold and diamond ring, gold flower statement necklace, Head over Heels Dune Natural sandals

For a longer statement skirt, try on this floral print maxi from Miss Selfridge. You can make this look extra classy with some golden floral jewellery. Bring out the pastel pinks in the skirt through a ruffle cold-shoulder strap top and a pair of sandals. This makes the perfect outfit for a garden party! Try on a pair of  Rodenstock R3292 sunglasses which work well with the colour theme, and won’t take away the attention from your skirt.

The great thing about statement skirts is that you can have so much fun mixing and matching your top and accessories. There are so many ways you can wear them, so don’t be afraid to have fun! Skirt-weather only comes along once a year after all (at least for cold weather-averse people like me!).

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