Let me tell you about this Winter skirt suit trend. It's all about self-confidence and fresh take on traditional styles. Designer brands offer us separates including matching or coordinating skirts and jackets in casual and dressy styles. This Fall is full of marvelous choices for a variety of occasions, starting from work to travel and parties. When looking to upgrade a wardrobe with a look that is always in fashion a smart choice might be a selection in skirt suits.
Tomas Maier keeps it modern and ladylike. We see a white suit in black grid print. In love with its relaxed silhouette and glossy black leather ankle-boots.
You are going to find stunning looks what work well in a business setting, special events and creative showrooms. Indeed, there are creative designs made for dramatic occasions with beaded ruffled details and asymmetrical cuts. My personal favorites are those styles what feature A-line skirts with buttoned blazers. Speaking of business, then different industries can have wildly different interpretations of office style look. Here are presented great numbers for conservative and creative areas. Anyway, this season comes with much more freedom to express your personal style. Play it safe, and dress to impress.
Another eye-catching design from Tomas Maier. We see a sporty grey colored outfit. Complete the look by adding bronze colored bag and high black leather boots.
When it feels like you want to mix-and-match your garments. Go for a pinstripe blazer worn atop Prince of Wales printed jacket and style it with mini skirt, cropped sweater and white button up. In love with this gorgeous creation from Veronica Beard.
Brand Audra keeps it sophisticated and creative. It offers a pinstripe suit worn with lace-up white slip-ons.
Looking for a contemporary update? Try on Avoc dark blue creation. In love with glossy black leather loafers.
Banana Republic is here with dark blue green colored suit. In love with exaggerated jacket.
Brand Busnel is here with a semi-formal look what is both elegant and relaxed.
Another contemporary looking outfit from Busnel.
Duro Olowu plays with vibrancy offering us dotted multicolored skirtsuit.
Another great looking outfit from Duro Olowu.
Brand Ellery offers a black colored skirtsuit. The suit is updated with burgundy fur shawl.
How about wearing a festive look from Emma Cook.
Gary Graham keeps it relaxed tailored and light brown.
Go urban and street wear appropriate with Jil Sander cool skirt-suit.
When the size matters. We see an oversized, XXXL like suit from brand Kolor.
When it feels like you want to try on retro inspired look. We see Lena Hoschek beautiful belted creation. In love with slim-fit blazer and midi A-line skirt.
Markus Lupfer is here with vibrantly patterned look. Personally, I love the way he incorporated this suit with cool cherry red runners.
Another sophisticated looking outfit from Miguel Vieira.
Marbel printed suit from Norma Kamali. Looks fashion-forward to me.
Looking for sweet colors? Look no further than Novis fall 2015 collection.
Sometimes you want to try on skirtsuit on a special event. If so, then try on Organic by John Patrick look.
A totally black leather outfit is a great choice so far. We see sophisticated look from Pedro del Hierro.
Welcome back school days thanks to Peter Jensen and his fabulous school girl houndstooth printed suit.
We see an abstract printed outfit from Piazza Sempione. In love with these glossy rich red high-boots.
A relaxed and practical black colored creation from Ports 1961.
Selvedge thread detailing on this Protagonist suit looks marvelous.
A tweed retro inspired suit from Red Valentino looks pretty sweet.
Rike Feurstein keeps things vintage and black colored. Love the black and white chevron lapels.
Sandra Meynier offers denim look version. An ideal choice for casual walks in the town.
A strict business lady look from The Row brand. Love the long silhouette.
Black and white is always in trend.
Brand Tocca keeps it relaxed. Love the mushroom print which looks like florals.
Another Tocca creation what looks quite retro inspired.