Styling a Wrap Skirt

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We don’t know what the climate is like where you are, but we have certainly grown tired of cold, dismal days. But, alas, we still have to make it through at least another month of cold, possibly snowy weather. That doesn’t mean we can’t start planning our spring and summer wardrobes! Today, we’re going to talk about styling some of our favorite wrap skirts.

Wrap skirts are typically midi-length, though it’s not uncommon to see them as maxis and minis. These skirts tend to sit at our natural waistline and often feature front and back darts on the waist. We look to wrap skirts when we want to add a little extra dimension to our outfit. Not only do these skirts create gorgeous silhouettes, but they can easily be transitioned into every season. Here are a few ways we like to style wrap skirts!

Light Sweater

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Whether you’re heading out to dinner or it’s an unusually chilly spring day, styling a wrap skirt with an oversized, lightweight sweater always looks incredible. If you love a good neutral, stick with what you do best; but if you like to play with colors and prints, this is a great time to pair a bold sweater with a bright skirt.

White T-Shirt

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There really is no wrong way to incorporate a white tee into your outfit. So if you find yourself unsure of how to wear your wrap skirt, simply grab a white T-shirt and call it a day! But before you’re out the door, take your outfit up a notch by selecting a wrap skirt with ruffles or knotting your tee just above your waistband.

Graphic Tee

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We love how casual a wrap skirt looks with a graphic tee! If you need to add an extra layer, consider adding a denim or leather jacket. And to really play it up, top off this look with a pair of crisp, white sneakers.

Silk Camisole

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Pair your wrap skirt with a silk camisole for a light, feminine look. If a cami by itself doesn’t feel quite right, try layering it over a T-shirt to create a ’90s-inspired look with a little more coverage. If you love silk camis but prefer to be edgier, pair the ensemble with some chunky Dr. Martens.

Crop Top

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If you like to be a bit more daring with your looks, try pairing a long wrap skirt with a crop top. This can be worn solo, of course, or with the addition of a jacket or button-down. It also allows you to play with color.

Which of these wrap skirt looks is your favorite? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below!

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