Tuesday, March 18

Great Lengths

A below the knee skirt is the most versatile item you can own this spring.  Big meeting? Perfect! Date night? Done! The secret's in the styling.

Office Style

Take a break from tucking a classic oxford into your go-to pencil skirt.  The new shape to pair with an (even longer) fitted skirt is structured but roomy, such as a banded blouse that hits just past the waistline.  Other variations include a long and slouchy blazer in the mix.


Steven by Steve Madden

Unconventional Romance

On the runway designers teamed extra-long tops (and even dresses) with ankle length skirts.  An edgy, but still feminine version features a leather cut-out tunic over full and flowy knife pleats, with metallic accessories.  It gives lots of polish with a bit more swing for the perfect date night ensemble.

Christopher Kane

David Yurman
Jimmy Choo
Stella McCartney

Tough and Sweet

I love mixing materials, especially tough and sweet.  A high-waisted lace pencil skirt is great with a leather crop top- which you can layer over a tank if you're not feeling showy.

3.1 Phillip Lim

Dorothy Perkins
Helmut Lang

Giuseppe Zanotti

Textured Tomboy

Let's be honest, you could wear anything with a skirt this gorgeous, but the juxtaposition of a slightly embellished cut-off tee is particularly cool and quirky.

Tory Burch



Now this look is a heart-breaker: a polished jacket, an effortless tee, and a leggy skirt- all with hints of sparkle!

Proenza Schouler
Les Éclaires

L'wren Scott

Giuseppe Zanotti
Alexander McQueen

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