What To Wear With Flared Skirts

Flared skirts are one of the hottest trends right now. This type of skirt has dominated on catwalks, streets and fancy parties. This might not be the most popular style, but it does looks nice and stylish, if you know how to wear it. There are thousands of ways how to translate it into your real life wardrobe, all you need is to get some inspo from the street style images. Of course, there are lots of flared skirt designs, but one thing unites them all and it’s the shape that flares out towards the hem. Anyway, you better take a cute from these street style ideas and create your own look for next week. Before we move on, I want to give you a warning: you need to think about your outfit’s proportion. You need to define your waist and create a stylish silhouette that will flatter your body.

Velvet dark blue flared mini skirt looks refined and elegant worn with white long-sleeve blouse, black tights and suede black ankle-boots.

Lace black sleeveless bodysuit can be tucked in high-rise flared black mini skirt. Complete this fancy look by adding golden arm-party and sexy heels:

Keep it Italian inspired. Go for a chambray light blue shirt and tuck it inside flared black mini skater skirt. Complete this outfit by adding black Birkenstocks, cool white panama hat and black tote bag:

Bright sky-blue flared skirt with bow detail is worn with floral white blouse and cuffed brown leather heeled sandals:

Camel brown pullover is tucked in high-waisted black flared skirt. An ideal look for casual days:

Crispy white shirt is tucked in black flared skirt. A classic black and white combo will ideally suit everyone:

Fit-and-flare high rise skirt is worn with a basic pullover and leather vest. Complete this Winter look by adding black tights and slouchy black leather boots:

Keep it monochrome by wearing all black look. The high-rise fluted hem skirt looks ladylike paired with a lightweight black blouse and pointed-toe block heeled pumps:

White T-shirt can be easily teamed with grey A-line flared mini skirt. If you want to update this simple combo, then you should add black over-the-knee black socks and black flats:

Even if you are plus sized, there are still lots of ways to wear flared skirts. Go for a maroon layered high-rise style and team it with a semi-sheer black top:

Ruffled white skirt will brighten up any top:

There is a kind of athleisure touch in this outfit. An asymmetric cut sweater is paired with flared tennis skirt:

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