How To Wear: Pencil Skirts

Let me tell you about sexy ways to wear pencil skirt this year. This bottom garment is a unique piece that is both sexy and very ladylike. It's an ideal staple for wearing at the workplace, but in recent years this clothing piece becomes every fashionista's favorite bottom to wear in the streets and cocktail parties. There are numerous looks that you can pull off wearing this gorgeous design. Did you know that you can have any body shape and still wear this gorgeous style.

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Here we see a beige bodycon crop top styled with knee-length slim-fit pencil skirt. Update this look by adding nude pointed-toe pumps.

You can try it on with a casual top by pairing it with an off-duty tee, creating a cute street style look. Finish the look by adding hot heels or sophisticated sneakers. Try on this staple with chambray shirt and killer pumps that will surely exude a casual vibe. You can try it on Fridays. Keep it bright and printed, as you can try on fun vibe by wearing an interesting print bottom that can go with various tops, starting from shirts to pullovers. How about a sexy look that comes with a matching crop top? That's an absolute winner. Speaking of shirts, then you can try them tucked in, of course if you want to emphasize and flaunt your curves. Believe me, you will have a sexy look that will make you individual. Check out the following styles and get inspired now.

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Here we see a dotted sheer black shirt tucked in tartan skirt. There is kind of grunge touch in this look.

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Here we see a knitted sweater in turquoise color paired with chambray look skirt and updated with orange heels.

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If you want a casual but glamour look, then try on a denim shirt tucked in leopard print pencil skirt.

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Speaking of vibrant prints, then I want you to take a closer look at this white long-sleeve crop top styled with high-waisted, below-the-knee tribal print skirt and cuffed white heeled sandals.

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That's what I call matching look. I love the cropped top and knee-length bottom. There is kind of two-piece dress feeling.

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That's a fresh update that features a dark blue blazer, yellow-white striped top and anchor printed white bottom.

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The black long-sleeve turtleneck is tucked in watercolor floral print bottom and styled with black opaque tights.

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