If you dream of a ladylike bottom piece, then please welcome an A-line skirt. Why do women love it so much? First of all, its more comfortable than a classic pencil skirt, as you don’t have to constantly straighten the ridden up skirt when you walk and secondly, the simple line makes the skirt look flattering and feminine. No matter what style you prefer, A-line skirt will find its place in every woman’s closet. It is like LBD that saves you when it’s needed the most. Yes, you are free to wear it at work, casual events and parties. Now, to make it look more stylish I decided to show you inspiring street style images of women who appear in A-line skirts on the streets.
We see a perfect 1970 inspired look that features a dark neural top tucked in front buttoned denim A-line skirt completed with camel suede ankle-boots and light brown belt.
A-line skirt looks cool with different tops. You should focus on your personal style, so you better pick up the appropriate top. Once you find a cool top, make sure it suits your bottoms, don’t be afraid to experiment and add some extra accessories and jewelry. The very important thing about tops and A-line skirts: never go for long blouses and shirts, they will make the whole look imbalanced. Another thing is your body type, if you are a pear shape, then go for a simple strapless top, ruffled sleeve blouse, so you get the hourglass shape, if you are lean shape lady, then you will need something that can volumize the upper part, so find a lace spaghetti strap top. Apple shaped ladies can go for long sleeve tops tucked in a skirt. The A-line skirt looks awesome with sneakers, pumps, ankle boots and even thigh high boots. This skirt looks perfect on almost every woman, just find the right length and way to style it.
Here we see a shiny design in short length. It’s worn with a cream gray sweater, black tights and glossy black leather boots:
All in black! You will need a black turtleneck, black leather A-line skirt, and perforated black leather ankle boots:
A stylish double denim look. A light blue chambray shirt is tucked in front-buttoned denim skirt completed with platform brown leather clogs:
A ribbed knit cream-gray sweater looks awesome with a light khaki green skirt:
Say hello to hippie seventies style. A denim jacket is teamed with a patterned pussy-bow blouse tucked in suede front buttoned A-line skirt completed with shearling combat boots:
A simplicity is a key. Go for a sleeveless white top and tuck it inside A-line blue denim skirt:
Black lace blouse tucked in gray-white A-line skirt looks marvelous completed with tights and black knee-length boots:
White lace up top tucked in indigo A-line denim skirt looks sassy! Love the nude strappy heeled sandals: