Silk skirts impress with femininity and elegance. This season, designers are proposing simple lines, in different lengths: there's the short silk skirt, the long silk skirt, the midi silk skirt, the above the knee silk skirt.
Silk skirts have monopolized the fashion world. They come in many designs from peplum to sensual splits, showing a modern, strong, independent and very attractive woman.
Silk skirts never go out of style and this autumn you can try the most spectacular combinations.
The midi silk skirt
Slightly puffed, the midi silk skirt is best suited for a casual-chic look. A midi silk skirt is versatile and it complements any figure, because it thins the waist, especially if you pair it with a sleek belt. Furthermore, its length allows you to wear it with or without heels, emphasizing the ankle line.
The silk pencil skirt
Silk pencil skirts are sensual and tailored to highlight the feminine curves. This fall pencil silk skirts have high waists, colors and prints that fit perfectly any special occasions. To get the hourglass figure, a silk pencil skirt should be worn with thin heels that effectively illustrate the idea of femininity.
The peplum silk skirt
Peplum has invaded all the runways in the past seasons, especially around the waist. This fall, peplum is enchanting us with a touch of femininity and originality being positioned at the bottom of pencil silk skirts. The result? An interesting display of feminine power, just around the knees, emphasizing the delicate lines of the legs and ankles.
The slit silk skirt
Beautiful legs shouldn't be covered. The slit silk skirt has become a designer favorite this season, due to its sensuality. The slit creates a dramatic effect, especially on a pencil cut skirt because it thins and elongates the silhouette.
The crossed silk skirt
Continuing the idea of sensuality, the crossed skirt also shows the delicate line of the legs trough a slit formed with the parts that are crossed over. This year's crossed silk skirts have a high waist and a pencil cut, and their length is to the knee.
The short silk skirt
This season the short silk skirt maintains its leading position in designer preferences. In terms of cut, there are two contrasting trends for the short silk skirt. The first is the flared short silk skirt. It can be pleated or in an A cut. Neutral shades like white, black and gray combinations are the most popular. But graphic, ethnic and other chic prints are also in. For autumn pair your short silk skirt with a loose sweater and wedges.
The second dominant trend of the seasons is a surprising one: the classic, straight cut short silk skirt. The most popular designs come in simple black or gray, dark shades. The best way to wear this short silk skirt is with loose tops or shirts and boots.
The short silk skirt worn over pants
Another trend of the season is an interesting combination that found its way in all the fall collections: a short silk skirt worn over pants. Certainly, pants must be as tight as leggings and the skirt must be short, or with a slit, or transparent, to create a more spectacular effect. Although a little eccentric, the short silk skirt over pants trend, it's not so hard to wear.
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