In this blog post I am about to show you my favorite skirts to try this 2018. There are three specific styles that are back in trend this year, including pencil skirts, wrap skirts and long skirts. Every piece looks original and individual. Sit back and enjoy this cool collection of women's must-have skirts.
It's fair to say that we see a big return of the pencil skirt. Fashion is bringing back the Fifties wardrobe staple, subject to modern revisions. Mrs. Prada is no stranger to sassy polish - the sort of truly ageless elegance that Europeans do so well. Her perfect style equation of nipped-in pencil skirt plus natty kitten heel is now fast becoming a statement of Milan's new style direction. Three days in, and the pillars of Milan Fashion Week - Gucci, Fendi, Max Mara and Prada - are bringing back the Fifties wardrobe staple, subject to modern revisions. See Max Mara's pencil-trench and Fendi's logomania. The boldest way to wear the pencil skirt now? Sheer - revealing a pair of Fifties-style briefs beneath.
This is it, it's time to get wrapped up in! We all know the wrap dress, Diane von Furstenberg's brainchild-turned-iconic silhouette that we still obsess over today (case in point: Everlane's new wrap dress launch). But where the wrap dress is now a staple every woman should have in her closet, we're looking towards its lesser-known sibling, the breezy wrap skirt, as the next must-have. Mini skirt, pencil skirt, maxi skirt, silk skirt, denim skirt: wrap skirts come in just about every print, color, and length you can think of. And they're just as easy to wear as their full-dress counterpart. High-waisted by nature, like most of our favorite trends, of course, wrap skirts pair well with every top you already own, from plain white tees to colorful crop tops. Not to get all cliché, but they're pretty easy and breezy too. It's time to take a break from jeans and a cool wrap skirt.
Showcasing everything from gorgeous fabrics to slits and inspired tailoring (with quite a few kicks and knife pleats in between), designers warmly embraced longer skirts for brisk days. The sheer sophistication will tempt you to go to new lengths. Whether you wear them with ankle-strap heels or lace-up booties, many of these midis or longer lengths look strong and fresh with some emphasis brought to the ankle. Unlike fall's minis, which benefit from layering a jacket on top, these super skirts look complete with just a sweater, whether it's a long and loose knit to match the vibe of a hanky hem or a simple waist-hitting crew to show off a more figure-hugging style.