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22nd November 2016—Womens

6 Skirt Silhouettes to Try This Autumn

The ultimate feminine shape with bags of character; the humble skirt is back and it’s owning our autumn wardrobe. We have you covered with six of the freshest ways to wear the separate, from heavy metallics to ethereal tulle. 

 

TUMBLING TULLE
Playing on balletic silhouettes, tulle skirts are dancing their way into our daywear, with bubblegum pink chiffon adding a touch of luxe to a casual tee and complimenting tonal pastel occasionwear. 

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LEATHER LOOKS
Hardwearing grunge has never been so elegant as leather looks are taking office power dressing to new heights. Team yours with a crisp white shirt and dress down with trainers for an effortless feel.  

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SPACE AGE METALLICS
Metallics might be synonymous with party time, but they are fast making a case as a street style favourite for day looks. Choose a bronze A-line mini and team with a printed tee and trainers to keep it casual, swapping them out for heels in the evening for a desk to dancefloor in no time. 

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SATEEN STYLES
Nightwear as daywear nailed with a sateen feel skirt, the new season alternative to the slip dress. Keep it festive with a burgundy shade and team with a shirt for office-appropriate style. 

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THE MIDI SKIRT
Nipped in at the waist before flowing out just above the ankles, the midi skirt is the ultimate body-accentuating shape. Make it work for the colder months with a knitwear pairing and add sporting details with a pair of metallic trainers. 

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THE CHECK SKIRT
Hailing from elegant heritage origins, the check skirt is a timeless addition to your autumnal wardrobe. Add modern touches with wrap front details, and team with matching separates for double the impact. 

34641 Photo Credit: [Lookbook] Jana Wind, Getty,[Lookbook] Diana Z Wang, OohCouture, Thegarypeppergirl. 

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