Whether you are a petite cutie or a plus-size beauty with curves, pencil skirts will help you show the best of your figure. Normally coming in knee and below-the-knee lengths and snugly hugging your body, pencil skirts help create a very feminine silhouette with a defined waistline and a light flair of sexiness. Offered in all sorts of fabrics, from leather and denim to cotton, satin, and silk, and available in a multitude of colours and patterns, pencil dresses will mix into just about any style. They will fit both sharp and restrained business style, sleek and catchy cocktail attires, and offday casual looks.
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Introduced by a fashion king Christian Dior back in 1954, a pencil skirt is an iconic skirt design ideal for sleek and classy looks. So, if you are into elegance and smart style, without any doubt, a pencil skirt is a must-have in your wardrobe. But have you ever thought how versatile pencil skirts are? Fitting your figure almost like a second skin and following your body curves down to the knee, a pencil skirt creates a sharp figurine-like silhouette and lends delicate sexy vibes that you can build into a variety of images going beyond formal and business outfits.
Let’s take a humble black pencil skirt that you’d regard yet another boring piece of clothing and mix it in different ways. Chances are great that the first idea you’ll have is to pair it with a classy blouse and court shoes to meet the work dress code. Yet, swap those shoes for open-toe mules and pick a bright colour blouse (let’s say red, ultramarine, or emerald) and you’ll get a less office-bound look that will take you from business lunch to evening cocktail. Another option is to couple the same skirt with leopard ankle boots and an oversized knitted tunic or sweater in light beige for a city stroll or a quick brunch with friends. Thus, tops, footwear, accessories, and bags can make a simple black pencil skirt work wonders.
To fit into seasonal trends, pencil skirts come in a variety of cuts with slits, folds, drapes, high waists, and slightly flowing bottoms and in a multitude of colour patterns and fabrics. So fashion savvies who are bold enough to experiment can mix sequin-embellished skirts with bright plaid shirts and sneakers, blend more traditional models with bombers and classy heels or match a chic leopard skirt with a graphic tee to set up fusion looks that are stylish and very up-to-date.