The professional pencil skirt partied its way down the runway this season. From funky fabrics to peculiar patterns, pencil skirts were reinvented this season. Let’s take a look at the best pencil skirts from Spring 2018 Ready-to-Wear.
Denim takes this trend from work to play. Rachel Antonoff’s white skirt could still be utilized as a professional garment, while Tomas Maier’s short style is strictly for fun. Coach 1941’s quaint take on this style is perfect for partying all night and looking unfazed in the morning.
Pencil in one of these denims:
Leather sharpens the pencil skirt, making it ideal for going out. Camilla and Marc and Off White stick with a simple slit, while Fendi merges several pieces of leather for a longer look. Isabel Marant utilized ruching for a shorter skirt, and J Brand settled on smooth look that adds sophistication to this style.
Fall in love with these leathers:
Patterns bring some fun to a typically tidy trend. Veronica Beard and Sandro outline their pockets for an interesting image, giving depth to their garments. Kendall + Kylie’s skirt stands out in came, and Sara Battaglia’s gingham pencil skirt is subtle enough to match with a myriad of patterns.
Pick out some of these patterns:
The original pencil skirt will never go out of style. Topshop Unique and Julien David prove that khaki is cool, while Haus Alkire shows style and sophistication with basic black. Milly’s pink pencil skirt is ready to party, while Tessa’s silver skirt is perfect for summer concerts.
Make a solid skirt with these fabrics:
What do you think about the pencil skirt trend? Let me know in the comments!