ZARA:The Worst Shoes to Wear to the Office

Figuring out how to master your wardrobe in a professional setting can sometimes be difficult to navigate. It’s often a tricky balance to personal style with professional style in a work setting—and shoes are no exception. The issue gets even more complicated when fashion enters the equation. What are the best styles to wear, and which ones should you skip in the office?
To find out from a veteran of both the fashion industry and a professional office setting, I asked Michelle Scanga from Who What Wear to weigh in with her take on which shoes are best to wear at the office—and the style she wouldn’t recommend. “Wearing shoes that you can’t confidently walk in is a big no in my book,” she says, “along with sky-high stiletto heels.”
While towering stilettos are a no in her book, she has some recommendations for what to wear instead. “I think it’s better to err on the more conservative side and opt for a moderate heel height,” she says, “or you really can’t go wrong with a block heel.”
If you’re in the market for some new office-appropriate shoes that are also fashion girl–approved, go on to see my edit of the best new styles to add to your closet right now.
Moderate Heel Height
As Scanga recommends, a moderate heel height is always a great bet for the office. You can choose a style ranging from closed-toe slingbacks to open-toe sandals to ankle boots depending on your personal style and office culture.
These shoes are everywhere on the street style scene and a great option for the office as well.
Pumps this fall are finished with cool modern upgrades like these cutout side panels.
Another modern take on pumps.
You can’t go wrong with a classic.
For a little edge without going over the top.
Try out an unexpected color like lime green, which we’re seeing everywhere this season.
Sculptural heels are so trendy right now.
A croc finish is a great way to transition your boots to fall.
This style also comes in burgundy.
Strappy sandals are perfect for the office when paired with elevated trousers.
Another great office shoe style that Scanga recommends is block heels. The comfortable shoes are easy to walk in so are a great option to wear all day long.
Pair these with high-waisted trousers.
Some statement shoes you can wear to work.
These classic slingbacks get a cool upgrade with a snakeskin print.
Pair these with anything from a pencil skirt to a midi dress.
Slip into shoes from Jacquemus’s fall collection.
Here’s a summer style that can cross over to fall.
Look for boots with a block heel to pair with trousers and dresses.
Slouchy boots are everywhere for fall and are perfect for pairing with a long dress at the office.

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ZARA:How to Dress for Chinese New Year If You Have No Idea

If you’re celebrating Chinese New Year, then you know that it takes place on January 25. But like with any event in the social calendar, there’s always a reason to think about what you might wear for such an occasion.
So I decided to pick the brains of InStyle China contributing editor and influencer Leaf Greener on the rules for dressing for the event. I wanted to know how much you needed to stick to traditional ways of dressing but also how to avoid offending anyone. She gave me three tips anyone can easily follow, but she also pointed out the one thing you shouldn’t do when picking out your look.
While traditions are still present, the event has definitely become more modern, so it’s surprisingly simple to find an outfit. Keep scrolling for four dressing rules to follow for Chinese New Year.

  1. Traditional Dress Is a Red Cheongsam
    Style Notes: The traditional way to dress for Chinese New Year is to wear a qipao or a cheongsam frock. Leaf advised that traditionally you would wear this in red. Right now, there are many designers who have been influenced by this style. From Rixo to Attico to Prada, you can easily find a piece (in a wide range of colors!) that takes its inspiration from these dresses.
  2. Wear Something Sentimental
    Style Notes: When I asked Leaf what she always wears on Chinese New Year, she replied that it was her grandmother’s diamond ring. While new clothes are preferable to symbolise new beginnings, there’s also an emphasis on family for the day, so it makes sense to honor those close to you.
  3. Red Is Lucky for Everyone But Luckier for Certain People
    Style Notes: During Chinese New Year, red is considered a lucky color. Leaf told me that it means happiness, passion, and luck, which is why so many people wear it during the celebrations. But if it’s your zodiac year, red is an especially lucky color for you. How do you know if it’s your zodiac year? Find out which animal represents the year you were born, according to the Chinese zodiac calendar. Twenty-nineteen is the year of the pig, so get your rouge on if your birth year matches.
  4. Avoid All Black and White

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ZARA:How to Dress for Chinese New Year If You Have No Idea

If you’re celebrating Chinese New Year, then you know that it takes place on January 25. But like with any event in the social calendar, there’s always a reason to think about what you might wear for such an occasion.
So I decided to pick the brains of InStyle China contributing editor and influencer Leaf Greener on the rules for dressing for the event. I wanted to know how much you needed to stick to traditional ways of dressing but also how to avoid offending anyone. She gave me three tips anyone can easily follow, but she also pointed out the one thing you shouldn’t do when picking out your look.
While traditions are still present, the event has definitely become more modern, so it’s surprisingly simple to find an outfit. Keep scrolling for four dressing rules to follow for Chinese New Year.

  1. Traditional Dress Is a Red Cheongsam
    Style Notes: The traditional way to dress for Chinese New Year is to wear a qipao or a cheongsam frock. Leaf advised that traditionally you would wear this in red. Right now, there are many designers who have been influenced by this style. From Rixo to Attico to Prada, you can easily find a piece (in a wide range of colors!) that takes its inspiration from these dresses.
  2. Wear Something Sentimental
    Style Notes: When I asked Leaf what she always wears on Chinese New Year, she replied that it was her grandmother’s diamond ring. While new clothes are preferable to symbolise new beginnings, there’s also an emphasis on family for the day, so it makes sense to honor those close to you.
  3. Red Is Lucky for Everyone But Luckier for Certain People
    Style Notes: During Chinese New Year, red is considered a lucky color. Leaf told me that it means happiness, passion, and luck, which is why so many people wear it during the celebrations. But if it’s your zodiac year, red is an especially lucky color for you. How do you know if it’s your zodiac year? Find out which animal represents the year you were born, according to the Chinese zodiac calendar. Twenty-nineteen is the year of the pig, so get your rouge on if your birth year matches.
  4. Avoid All Black and White

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ZARA:12 Insanely Easy (and Affordable) Ways to Wear Spring 2020’s Biggest Trends RN

Our bodies may be bundled up in a billion layers, but our minds are already thinking forward to the trends that will soon be all over our feeds and in our favorite retailers in just a few months’ time. Luckily, we don’t have to wait until the end of March to take on some of spring’s biggest trends. Sure, we may pass on the hot pants and bra-and-blazer combos seen on the spring runways for now (or at least until temps hit the high 70s again), but there are plenty of exciting and super-easy trends that we can incorporate into our winter closets to stay ahead of the fashion curve. We’ve unearthed 12 of the best that you can shop right now for under $100. From luxe-looking leather separates to chunky chain-link necklaces and statement sleeves, scroll below for all the easiest way to wear spring 2020’s biggest trends right now.
Swap Your Skinnies for Flares
Fashion girls have already been quick to take on one of 2020’s biggest denim trends—bootcut and flared jeans—spotted all over the spring runways from Celine to Marc Jacobs and Gucci.
Wear XL Hoops With Your Sweater
When it comes to earring trends this spring, the bigger the better. We saw hoops in particular come in extra-large, chunky varieties at Proenza Schouler, Sies Marjan, and Balenciaga. It’s the easiest way to amp up your basic sweaters this season.
Slip On Heeled Loafers With Your Tights
Classic loafers got a modern update on the spring runways—featuring sartorial twists, such as slingback styles, buckles, textured fabrics, mules, and fun patterns. Wear them with your tights throughout winter and with midi skirts come spring.
Swap Your Black Dress for Polka-Dot Prints
If there’s one print that will blow up our feeds come spring, it’s unquestionably polka dots. Spotted on frocks all over the runways—from Marc Jacobs to Carolina Herrera—the classic print will be your go-to for work, weddings, weekends, and beyond. Try a polka-dot dress layered over a turtleneck and under an overcoat.
Add a Leather Shacket
Leather separates remain a huge trend in 2020—particularly colorful leather, which was omnipresent on the runways. An easy way to take on the trend is with a trending leather shacket (shirt-jacket hybrid) that you can layer under your overcoat in winter and wear alone in spring.
Add a Waistcoat to Your Suit
Suits are reigning supreme in 2020, but it’s the addition of a dapper waistcoat that will give your tailoring a modern look—and it’s super easy to slip under your blazer.
Throw All Your Essentials in an Oversize Tote
Extra-large totes were spotted from practically every designer on the runway—allowing us to never leave home again without an extra pair of shoes, magazines, lipsticks, laptop, etc.
Swap Your Dainty Necklace for Chunky Chain Links
The chain-link necklace trend shows no signs of slowing down for 2020. Set your dainty necklaces aside for chunky chain links that will amp up every outfit.
Amp Up Your Jeans With a Statement-Sleeve Blouse
From billowy puff shoulders to voluminous ruffles, the runways got plenty of dramatic sleeve action. The easiest way to incorporate it into your wardrobe right now is to pair an of-the-moment puff sleeve blouse with your jeans.
Cinch You Waist With a Chain or Rope Belt
An easy way to look entirely on-trend this year is to add a belt. Cinch a metallic chain belt or rope belt over your sweater, blazer, overcoat, or dress. We saw cool belts adding interest and flattering touches to ensembles at Chanel and Celine.
Try a Classic Blue Sweater
While vibrant saffron, scarlet, orange, and aqua shades are also trending hard for spring 2020, Pantone’s Color of the Year, Classic Blue, is a much easier shade to pull off in the midst of winter. Dependable and timeless blue hues dominated the catwalks, conveying comfort and ease.
Try Long Shorts With Your Tall Boots
There’s no doubt that long shorts are going to be one of spring’s biggest trends—seen on practically every major runway. Yes, it’s still freezing out, but wear them over tall leather boots to keep you toasty right now. And when spring arrives, sport them with your sandals or sneakers.

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ZARA:8 “Risky” Trends We’re Not Afraid to Try This Year, Thanks to Celebs

As fashion editors, we’re typically not afraid of a little sartorial adventure. Sure, we all have our own personal styles (I personally tend to stick to the more elevated basic looks), but overall, we’re down to test out fresh trends that may be out of our typical comfort zones. And sometimes, said trends just so happen to be “riskier” than others out there. You know, trends like the J.Lo-approved bodysuit-with-leggings look.
On that celebrity style note, I thought I’d actually dig a little deeper into the forward celeb-endorsed trends my fellow editors are interested in trying this year. You know, to have a little fun and perhaps inspire your 2020 shopping list. Of course, some may not be your style, but there are also a few looks ahead that could be worth a try. With all that in mind, keep scrolling to check out the trends we’re ready to test out, complete with celeb inspo. Plus, shop the best iterations of each look.
“I can’t remember when was the last time I tucked my jeans or pants into boots, but one look at this outfit on Kendall and I’m heading home to try it.”—Nicole Akhtarzad Eshaghpour, senior market editor
On Kendall Jenner: Louis Vuitton bag; Prada boots
“I have a hunch that spring 2020 will be all about the exposed neckline, and it’s a trend I’m ready to take on. I especially love how Rosie Huntington-Whiteley recently wore it with this Versace blazer. I’ll be following her lead by adopting more sweetheart necklines.”—Kristen Nichols, managing editor
On Rosie Huntington-Whiteley: Versace jacket and pants; Jimmy Choo heels
I’m typically a basic black ankle-boot person, but the extra-chunky moto boots that have taken the fashion world by storm (including the mid-calf Prada boots Ciara is wearing here) are definitely of interest to bring a cool and forward twist to my 2020 looks.
On Ciara: Prada boots
“I’m intrigued by the idea of wearing lingerie as outerwear. It’s a trend we saw on the spring runways at Dion Lee and Marina Moscone, and as ‘risky’ as it may be, I think Bella Hadid’s corset layered over a plain tank or button-down is the approachable way I’ll be trying it out in 2020.”—Anna LaPlaca, associate editor
On Bella Hadid: Fenty jacket and pants
“This is obviously not winter-appropriate, but if bike shorts are back with a vengeance next spring and summer, I’ll experiment with wearing them under a minidress (although I definitely can’t promise I’ll look as cool as Irina Shayk did).”—Allyson Payer, senior editor
On Irina Shayk: Reformation dress; Levi’s jacket; Dr. Martens boots
“Next year, I really want to channel Haley Bieber as much as possible. There—I said it. I think she takes just the right amount of risks while somehow always looking classy. I just about died when I saw her wear this T-shirt dress with knee-high boots and a leather blazer. So long as I have the appropriate counterparts, I plan on attempting wearing large T-shirts as dresses in 2020.”—Lauren Eggertsen, senior editor
On Hailey Bieber: J Brand jacket; MM6 Maison Margiela T-Shirt ($192); Jacquemus boots
“Katie Holmes’ style game is strong this season (and there’s no doubt I’ve been stealing most of her looks for myself!). The next look I’ll be attempting to copy from her? The long leather shorts trend, which I may even wear with those cool leopard-print boots if I’m feeling fearless.”—Judith Jones, market editor
On Katie Holmes: Max Mara Teddy Icon Coat ($3690); Frame Leather Culottes in Noir ($825); Khaite Zebra-Print Calf Hair Knee Boots ($1800)
“As it stands, I currently own zero items that would fall into the category of party pants, but thanks to Selena Gomez’s amazing JW Anderson gold and glittery wide-leg trousers, I’m bound and determined to own a pair next year.”—Erin Fitzpatrick, senior news editor
On Selena Gomez: Wardrobe.NYC Turtleneck ($450) and Trench Coat ($1137); JW Anderson pants; Louis Vuitton boots

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ZARA:4 Handbag Trends That Make a Chiropractor Cringe

How often do you really stop to consider how your fashion choices are affecting your body? Sure, when your new boots rub your heel into a blistered mess or your shoulder gets sore after carrying a heavy tote bag around all day, you become more aware of these choices. But in the interest of educating ourselves even further on the bags we carry every day, we turned to someone who knows a lot more about the physical effects of our sartorial choices than we do: a chiropractor.
Just because we fall head over heels with a new bag trend doesn’t mean that all of these new styles are doing our back, neck, and shoulders any good. PSA: Some bag trends are doing bad, bad things to our back, according to L.A.-based chiropractor Gopal Cabrera. The doctor weighed in on the eight top handbag styles of the moment, sharing which he’d be overjoyed to see you wear—and which he cringes at the thought of.
We should note, however, that instead of taking these as hard guidelines to follow, it’s better to consider each as suggestions when reaching for the same bag style each day. While Cabrera advises strongly against a handful of the season’s top bag trends, that doesn’t mean you should burn them upon reading this; use your best judgment. That said, if you’re hauling the same bag around town day in and day out, wouldn’t you want to know whether or not it’s killing you slowly? Okay, maybe not killing you, but still. Keep reading to discover and shop the best bags for your back.
WHAT NOT TO WEAR: HANDHELD MINI BAGS
“Handheld bags are usually never a good idea since not only will you increase the tension in the muscles of your back, neck, and shoulders, you will also increase tension in your elbows, wrists, and hands. As you walk around it will also throw off your natural gait, or the way you walk.”
WHAT TO WEAR: FANNY PACKS AND BELT BAGS
“The features that make these bags a winner in my book are that the bags themselves are small and held very close to the body, and this allows for less stress to occur on the joints of the spine and the postural muscles that have to keep your spine upright. Furthermore, it will decrease the chances of one side of your body getting tenser due to fatigue and spasms from that side doing all the work. Also, these types of bags allow your arms to move freely during walking, which makes them great for long walks around the city.”
WHAT NOT TO WEAR: CHAIN-STRAP BAGS
“Chain-link straps and thin straps, in general, have the tendency to start to dig into your shoulders and may start to get painful over time, especially during summer months when your shoulders are exposed or covered by something minimal like a T-shirt.”
WHAT TO WEAR: DRAWSTRING POUCH BAGS
“The ability to hold these bags across your body will allow you to distribute the weight in a more symmetrical manner, and since they are usually smaller in size, it should keep the load relatively light. The only problem is the straps themselves are very thin and may start to dig into your shoulders as the load gets heavier.”
WHAT NOT TO WEAR: TOP-HANDLE BAG (WITH NO CROSSBODY STRAP)
“As stated before with the handheld mini bags, these are generally not a good idea. These types of bags get an even worse ranking since the increased size most likely means you’ll be carrying around more weight as you can fit more things inside of them. The heavier handheld load will increase tension from your hands and wrists to your shoulders back and neck. If you don’t change hands often then, this may lead to asymmetries in your musculature and an over-tightening on the side that you carry the bag on. This may lead to wrist and elbow problems as the forearm muscles have to activate to control the weight and may also lead to shoulder and neck issues as your arm gets pulled to one side. Also, they will most likely lead to muscular compensations from your lower back to your upper back when you walk since your arms won’t be able to swing freely.”
WHAT TO WEAR: CROSSBODY BAGS
“These types of bags have a lot of positive things going for them. Since you can wear the bag across your body, it will help distribute the weight more symmetrically, which will lead to a decrease in postural strain throughout your neck, back, and shoulders. The wider adjustable strap will be more comfortable on your shoulders and will allow you to find the most comfortable height for the bag to hang at so it doesn’t disrupt your natural gait. As long as you switch shoulders from time to time, this is one of the best choices you can make for your back, especially when it comes to longer walks or travel.”
WHAT NOT TO WEAR: OVERSIZE TOTE BAGS
“As you probably know by now, when it comes to bags, especially ones that hang off one shoulder, the rule of thumb is usually the smallest the better. The increased weight hanging off your shoulder may cause your upper trapezius muscle to start to shrug as your shoulder adapts to the increased load. Since this muscle attaches onto the base of the skull and extends the whole length of your neck, it has the potential to cause not only neck pain but also tension headaches, and over time with increased use can lead to a straightening of the natural backward C–shaped curve in your neck. This change in shape alters the weight distribution on the discs, putting more pressure on the joints leading to inflammation, osteoarthritis, and nerve compression.
WHAT TO WEAR: SMALL SHOULDER BAGS
“Smaller bags are generally better for your shoulders, back, and neck since their size limits what you can fit in them, and this should help decrease the weight you’ll be carrying around. The problem is you will still be getting an asymmetrical load distribution since the bag hangs off one shoulder or is carried under your arm (most of the time it’s the dominant hand shoulder or arm) and will create more tightening in the muscles on the side where the bag is carried. If you don’t switch shoulders to help distribute the weight on either side evenly, then this will create a muscular imbalance.”

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ZARA:6 Winter Accessory Trends That Will Outperform All the Others

When you’re bundled up in a zillion layers in the winter, all the pressure is put on your accessories to make your outfit really shine. They bring out the “extra” side in everyone—the more glitz and glam the better, in my opinion. And this season especially, the shoes, bags, and jewelry on offer are about as extra as they come. Slip on a pair of strappy crystal heels for your next night out or add glittery chandelier earrings to your simplest sweater-and-jeans look. But even if you’re into something more subdued, luxe jewelry staples like chain-link necklaces and chunky rings offer the perfect update.
Whatever vibe you’re on these days, add in one (or multiple) of the below hats, bags, shoes, necklaces, and rings to your cold-weather outfit rotation and witness the magic of compliments, inquiries, and double-taps rolling in. Without further ado, scroll on to discover six epic winter accessory trends that you’ll regret not trying.
Crystal-adorned heels are the wow factor your next night out needs. Slip them on with tights and a party dress to really let them take center stage.
Meet your new everyday necklace. These days, fashion girls are opting for just one or a few of these more substantial pieces in lieu of thin stacks.
The ’90s are constantly being reinvented in new ways each year. Right now, it’s the cropped-in shoulder bags that are legit everywhere we look.
Forget dainty, barely there rings—it’s all about the more weighty look these days. Go for sculptural style or dome rings that can hold their own and hardly need much more styling.
Bucket hats aren’t going anywhere. You, me, and everyone else owned one in the summer, but now they’re being reinvented in luxe textures and bright, unexpected colorways. Consider swapping your knit beanie for a fuzzy bucket hat this winter.
Chandelier earrings are the ultimate in glam, but you don’t have to reserve them for a night out only. Wear them alongside knits and trousers to amp up your everyday outfits. It will make for an unexpected (and mood-lifting) addition.

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ZARA:6 Items I’ll Never Get Rid of Because They’ll Always Stay in Style

I recently hit the seventh year mark since I joined Instagram, a wild thing to think about. What began as an innocent photo-sharing app has become an essential resource for my career, but also an unintentional photo album commemorating all of the moments I’ve chosen to share. I recently decided to take a stroll down memory lane via my profile. In tandem with cringing over my choice of photo filters (I was regrettably a consistent fan of Nashville), I noticed there were a few items of clothing that have made cameos in my feed year after year.
I don’t need to remind you how easy it is to get swept up in the short lifecycle of trends. Zara pieces have come and, quickly, gone, but there are some closet staples I own that have transcended my ever-evolving approach to style. They’ll be rejoiced to know I have no intentions of shipping them off to a resale site anytime soon. While these classic items are far from groundbreaking, together, they make up a useful list to consider when working on creating a well-rounded closet. Ahead, check out the six items I recommend you hold onto.
I don’t know how I ever once thought cardigans were best left to my grandmother. Since getting this fitted Aritzia cardi over a year ago, I’ve worn it down to its last thread. It’s one of those pieces I find a way to wear every season; as a light layer in fall, worn over a plain black turtleneck in the winter, with nothing but a bralette come spring and summer. Luckily the cardigan is still available to purchase prompting me to buy another two as backups for when this one inevitably unravels from wear.
I’ve waxed poetic about my love for Vans for years. While my (shamefully) massive collection includes a range of the brand’s Sk8-His, Old Skools, and more, it’s the Authentic sneakers that magically pair well with everything in my closet.
I own a legion of cropped denim jackets, but the vintage one shown here has been with me since 2011, and I don’t plan on tossing it any time soon. To make sure your denim jacket will still look good in the years to come, choose a classic fitted or cropped fit and avoid any trendy frills like colored denim, acid wash, added hardware, etc.
I’m pretty sure I picked up this H&M Studio coat three years ago, which, at the time, was a major splurge. Coming in around $200, it felt like an investment piece. But if we’re playing the cost-per-wear game, it probably comes out to pennies. This coat has been my go-to piece of outerwear every fall through spring, has seen plenty of travels abroad, and has been worth every repair I’ve subsequently paid tailors for.
This yellow dress was also a vintage find, but it’s a silhouette I’ve been hoarding ever since. Now my summer wardrobe consists of a rainbow assortment of short-sleeved column dresses. Where some dress shapes come and go—I can’t look at a skater dress without being warped back to 2009—this more simplistic cut transcends the seasons.
Chain belts, slider belts, sequin belts, D-ring belts—I’ve been through them all. The sole belt that’s made it through many rounds of Marie Kondo–esque cleanouts is this simple-as-day leather belt. It may not spark joy, but it certainly has never looked dated.

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ZARA:6 New Bikini Trends I Can Only Really Describe as Shocking

At this point in the season, we’ve pretty much been sticking to a uniform that involves bikinis, denim shorts, sandals, and little else. Typically there’s only one objective during these summer weekends, and that’s to get as much sun as possible, wearing one of the barely there bikinis that are designed to maximize sun exposure and minimize tan lines. But if you thought settling for a plain triangle bikini was good enough, you thought wrong. Instead, we’ve noticed a new crop of barely there bikini trends on the rise—and these styles are so minimal they’re shocking.

Like most controversial swimsuit trends, celebrities and fashion girls are leading the pack here. We’ve spotted them in bikinis that are redefining what “barely there” even means and some that are straight-up optical illusions. I may be slightly shook at the thought of donning any of these styles, but I can’t deny how fire following ‘grams are. To see these six new daring bikini trends and how they’re worn, simply keep scrolling.
Floss Straps

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ZARA:5 Trends Every Stylish Person Is Wearing With Skirts Right Now

Skirts are an underrated wardrobe staple. As with their trouser counterparts, skirts are versatile and can be paired with everything from chunky knits to slinky blouses. And unlike dresses, you can mix and match them with different tops to help keep things feeling fresh. Ipso fact, skirts are closet chameleons and tend to play nicely with fashion trends.
That’s why it’s a whip-smart move to keep your closet stocked with a handful of different skirt silhouettes to team with whatever trend you’re experimenting with at the moment. Ahead, digest five relevant trends that happen to pair perfectly with skirts. From the season’s most luxurious texture to the footwear shape no one saw coming, shop the picks inspired by these genius outfit ideas.
Cowboy boots have been on the trend circuit for a few seasons and show no sign of slowing down. Embrace the Western aesthetic and team your pair with a below-the-knee skirt.
Everyone’s pulling their cardigans out of the closet as of late, and the cozy, nostalgic knit happens to pair swimmingly with midi skirts.
‘Tis the season for bold puffer jackets. Instead of styling yours with jeans, try a skirt and tights for a refreshed winter look.
Chunky shoes ranging from creepers to platform boots have been everywhere lately. Not sure how to style them? Your best bet is with a skirt, it seems.
Winter is the ideal time to embrace the velvet trend.

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