When fashionistas discuss outfits for summer, the one piece that is always part of the list is a denim skirt. First of all, most denim lovers will comply, denim outfits are go-to pieces as the fabric is comfortable. Also, a hue as basic as indigo is always easier to style. Then again, denim outfits are pretty easy to pull off. In case you’re a denim lover but think you can only stick to a pair of jeans when it comes to clothing, we will take the liberty to dole out some advice. The 90s denim miniskirt is a closet favourite for most women. In fact, according to reputed UK e-commerce platform Lyst, the search for a denim miniskirt has increased about 46 per cent from last season. Now while the numbers might be keeping in mind international consumers, ones from a fashion set would (any day) prefer a denim skirt this season. We know you own this fashion staple, and are keen on styling it in more ways than one. Which is why, here’s a look at easy ways to style a denim miniskirt. Why easy? Because we’re adding outfits that are already part of your existing wardrobe in each ensemble. Yes, it’s that simple.
Sport A Striped Tee With It
Say hello to your striped tee, a piece that’s been labelled as a fashion essential time and again. No matter how broad the stripe or in which colour, when worked with a denim skirt you can look super chic. Tuck your basic Breton striped tee or even a prison-striped t-shirt into a classic button-down denim skirt or a basic denim mini. You can also go highly casual by front-knotting a boxy striped tee (so it resembles a crop top) and wear it with a ripped denim skirt. We are rooting for a pair of white sneakers as your shoe of choice, but go ahead… experiment with lace-up sandals or closed flats if you please.
Tuck A Work Shirt Into It
Who ever said you can’t wear a denim miniskirt to work, is right. All you corporate fellas out there obviously know it is against the dress code (sigh). But if you’re from the fashion space, like us, and have a pretty chilled-out office (like ours) you can surely work this staple in your 9-to-5 hours. The piece to combine it with… a work shirt. Yes, take that already-existing ‘serious’ work shirt for a casual spin by teaming it with a denim skirt. Lean toward your white shirt and team it up with a pair of ankle-strap flats; accessorise with a slingbag and glares for a day look. You can also try a double denim look like Olivia Palermo; add a pair of heels and carry an envelope clutch to complete your look. In case you’re looking for something that’s borderline power dressing, add a structured blazer over your striped work shirt and denim mini. Try a pair of fringed footwear to cut the seriousness a tad bit, and you’re good to go.