Maxi skirt: How to wear it in the new season | Marie Claire

Maxi skirt: How to wear it in the new season | Marie Claire
Maxi skirt: How to wear it in the new season | Marie Claire

Theas we all know, fashion comes in cycles. In this context, last year we watched designers bring back trends that were very popular in their time 2000. Some were received with enthusiasm, while others were treated with caution. Can the low-rise silhouettes initially being relegated to the second division, however after a whole season things look quite different.

This year our attention falls on the latest comeback from the late ’90s and early ’00s, which is none other than low waist, maxi skirt. In the club with loyal fans of the female silhouette, which manages not to lose its cool element whatever the dress code, we meet a crowd insiders and celebrities.

THE Emily Ratajkowski she never misses an opportunity to wear one of her various styles, showing a particular preference for tube version her. It is a design with a fit that hugs the body and promises great doses of comfort. It fits me perfectly sneakers and oversized polo shirtswhile it will also look perfect with the autumn combo: cowboy boots and white half-buttoned shirt.

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We trust her Bella Hadid to show us the most cool way to adopt the trend. A cargo skirt along with it viral crop top of the brand Copernicus and some statement accessories is the proposal of the supermodel who is famous for his great love for vintage fashion.

Denim, the infallible choice. The Scandinavian stylist, Emily Sindlev, confirms that the maxi denim skirt is the staple piece of the season. For one streetwear lookshe pairs it with PVC blue platforms, a vintage printed tank top, an oversized leather jacket and futuristic glasses.

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