Being an incredibly practical and comfortable fashion staple, long skirts, or mostly called maxi-skirts, are super chic and flattering, perfect for almost any occasion depending on its designs, details and styles, both for day-to-day wearing if paired with basic and neutral pieces, and for night outfit if matched with more sophisticated and elegant accessories and blouses. In other words, these pieces are a kind of embodiment of beauty, femininity, style and practicality. You might want to check out this trendy online boutique to see if you can find any pieces that you like.
Today I decided to share with you some fashion tips on how to wear a maxi skirt with a blouse, there’s a lot of ideas you can try for the same blouse and the same skirt.
– Leave the blouse un-tucked: For most skirts you’re looking for a relatively short, form fitting top with waist definition. You can absolutely wear longer tops over pencil skirts but proportions start to get tricky so proceed with caution. Wearing a long blouse over a less form fitting top gives the ensemble great definition too.
– Tuck in the blouse: This is the most neglected option because dressing has become so un-tucked. Don’t be scared to tuck. Try tucking in the tops that you have. Chances are high you’ll be pleasantly surprised with the result. You can create further waist definition by adding a belt to the tucked-in look. Sometimes the combination of belt and tucked-in top has a great girdling effect.
– Belt the un-tucked blouse: This is how you can make a longer and less form fitting top work with a skirt. The definition of a belt in the right place does wonders for the belt plus top combination.
If you’re worried about a blouse and skirt breaking up your long lean line, use a low contrast color combination. And remember that these aren’t the only options. There are countless creative ways to wear blouses with skirts
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