What To Wear With A Pleated Skirt

Let's get back to the fashion! This time I want to show you what to wear with a pleated skirt. This bottom piece is very functional and eye-catchy, so you better combine it with your favorite tops and cover-ups. I would say this style is not the best option for everyday looks, but once you look at these street style images, I am pretty sure you gonna change your mind. This look is ideal for spring and summer wear, so you better go for the one that is lush and airy.

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That's a stunning look that consists of a buttoned light yellow top tucked in dark blue knife-pleated skirt.

My personal advice to every lady who is now reading this is NOT to overload the outfit. Of course, if you are a skinny and tall girl, then you might go for different kind of styles, by combining voluminous tops with lush skirts, but we all are different.

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You can keep it relaxed and casual by teaming your bottom with an awesome black aviator jacket, black tee, light beige skirt, black tights, booties and oversized sunglasses.

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Keep it flirty and eye-catching. Try on white tee tucked in mini beige skirt.

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Keep it sexy and go for a lace top tucked in navy pleated midi skirt cinched at the waist with a skinny belt.

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Go for a retro look! We see a violet blouse tucked in white polka dot midi skirt.

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White long-sleeve top looks fantastic with airy, lightweight maxi skirt in green color.

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Black high-neck sleeveless top looks marvelous styled with shiny, bronze maxi skirt.

If you have a slim top and curvy bottom body, then pleated skirt might cover and hide some unwanted to see areas. I love to see women adding cool blazers on bright/printed top (the skirt should be one colored)

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How about an eye-catching outfit? We see a black shirt with white polka dots tucked in A-line mini, pleated navy skirt.

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White lightweight blouse looks summery tucked in pale pink airy skirt.

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That's a stunning update: black leather jacket and maxi white bottom.

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If you have a curvy top, then pleated skirt will for sure balance the whole look. Keep the top light. Indeed, it's better to choose light fabrics and lightweight silhouettes. My personal favorites are the skirts with beautiful waistband. Just look at the images where ladies appear in gorgeous shirts tucked in these eye-catching bottoms.

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Go for high-slits. We see a marvelous white blouse tucked in light beige skirt.

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Another retro inspired look. I love slim-fit T-shirt tucked in navy bottom.

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How about this sweet update? Love the grey knitted pullover tucked in sun yellow knife-pleated high-waisted bottom.

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The striped shirt looks fantastic tucked in high-waist knee-length navy bottom cinched at the waist with a brown leather belt.

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Black top and midi blue bottom!

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The pleated skirts can be different. There are wide pleats, knife-pleats, there are bright colored styles, as well as muted hues. The major trend of this season- semi-transparency. If you have a heavy bottom, then you better avoid this trend. If you have wide curves, then go for wide pleated design, if you have a skinny bottom, then go for a knife-pleated version. Better not to wear those vibrantly printed versions that might look too much embarrassing. Anyway, you should experiment to know what is hot and what is not.

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3 thoughts on “What To Wear With A Pleated Skirt”

  1. Pleated skirt ideas are really marvelous. I love them. This article cleared my confusion about how to wear them and with to wear. With the help of this article now I can pull off the black pleated skirt with elan. Thanks a lot.

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