By now, CollegeFashionista readers have seen enough articles about how maxi skirts are the latest trends for fall. However, how many features have you read on asymmetrical skirt styles? This Fashionista branches out past the fashion norm and tries out a style with some edge, literally.
There are over hundreds different types of skirts, pencil, A-line, maxi, mid-calf, mini, hoop, and bubble skirts to name only a few. This skirt mixes different cuts into one completely new and fresh look; the jagged cut edges contrast the flowing pattern of the skirt to maintain the skirt’s feminine core. Although a floral pattern, it is still season appropriate because of its overall dark color palette. It’s texture and structure is an urban casual perfect for roaming around campus while still looking great for class! Paired with dark leather harness boots, a cotton Henley tee shirt, and classic aviators, the Fashionista oozes a comfortable, street vibe.
Shopping for skirts with this type of hemline is difficult so try searching for skirts with asymmetry. Lulus brand, which is exclusively sold online (they usually sell their products into local boutiques for customers to buy in store), sells this original and chic skirt in a fun, 1950's polka-a-dot pattern! If you’re looking to replicate this whole outfit, The Frye Company is the best place to go for any style of Boots; from their riding, campus, and western styles, you’re bound to find one that works best with your aesthetic! This Fashionista is wearing their “Harness” style boots in this photo! Henley’s can be bought in bulk from places like American Apparel or inexpensively at Gap or H&M.
Being on trend is always fabulous but branching out into undiscovered looks can always make you your campus’s next Fashionista!