Yes, denim skirts are in style next year and today I am more than happy to share with you some of the best outfit ideas you all can try this year. I will divide this post into different paragraphs, describing the best tops, shoes, and jackets you can use to wear with short, knee-length and midi denim skirts. These bottom pieces are not going anywhere anytime soon, so you are more than welcome to give them a try. Denim skirts are not only comfortable, but they are versatile and effortlessly stylish.
Sure, this garment is not for posh, fancy or formal parties, but you can use them for hanging with friends, going to school, to the beach and other fun activities. I personally have short and knee-length skirts that I use to wear with slip-on sneakers or flat pumps. Not so long time ago, I started wondering what else can I wear with these denim pieces. To my surprise, there are thousands and more outfit ideas with denim skirts you can copy this year. Sure, there are cool combos with polos and T-shirts, but I think about adding various button-front styles, 1970’s style bell sleeve blouses, knitwear. Speaking of the seventies, there are lots of creative ways how to create that special retro look mixed up with modern essentials. Knee-length skirts work ideal for office hours. All you need is to pair it with a white button down and classy pointed-toe pumps. Be sure to try on a button-front denim skirt, it can be teamed with a classic black sweater and edgy leather jacket. An edgy look is worthless! Don;t be shy to try double denim looks, there are lots of ways how to make it appear feminine. A denim pencil skirt can work for anyone and you are no exception. Look for crispy shirts, or crop tops to underline your femininity. Denim skirt and the lightweight sweater is a perfect combination for chilly summer days.
Short denim skirt has that special sexy vibe that makes it look edgy, grungy and sophisticated. I prefer to wear high-waisted minis with bright tops, like yellow tanks, pink blouses, or bright blue button-downs. This is the easiest ways to make denim look cute and sweet. Of course, there will be no problem if you add a neutral colored blouse, it can only make you look boho-chic and laid-back inspired. Layers such combo with a lightweight cardigan, kimono or blazer (slim-fit or boyfriends fit is ideal). Speaking of shoes, then it can be either flats or heels, think of espadrilles, classic pumps, stilettos or ballerina flats.
The knee-length skirt looks smart-casual and you can make it appear even dressier by pairing with classic color tops, like white blouses, simple tees in dark or bright hues. Layer up with a leather jacket, but I prefer creating double denim looks by adding denim jackets. Complete such outfit with a pair of sneakers, classic heels or ankle boots.
Midi denim skirts look vintage inspired. I usually wear such skirts during Autumn months. All you need is to add a bell-sleeve blouse or a cozy knitwear. You are free to play with colors, just don’t go overboard. Shoes wise, it can be wedges, mannish flats, or heels. It’s official, denim skirts have managed to keep their popularity through ages.