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Flared skirts : Trends

One of the most popular items of women's clothing is the flared skirt. It allows for complete freedom of movement, can be worn for any occasion and never goes out of fashion. Flared skirts come in mini, midi, knee-high and maxi lengths. Whether slightly flared or very flared, smooth or pleated, this figure-flattering piece is suitable for all types of women and looks incredibly feminine.

What to wear with flared skirts:

The focal point of a flared skirt is the waist. For this reason, figure-flattering blouses and tops are the perfect choice. If the skirt is only slightly flared, you don't necessarily need to avoid a wide top. By tucking your jumper into the front of the waistband, your silhouette will remain accentuated yet relaxed.

Exclusive fashion tip

This is great for women with a feminine figure! The flared skirt, also known as A-line skirt, elegantly conceals problem areas at the hips and thighs without sacrificing on style.

Flared skirts


Midi skirt with waist pleats
Midi skirt with waist pleats
Linen skirt with side slit
Linen skirt with side slit
Patterned linen skirt with a side slit
Knee-length skirt with a wrap effect
Skirt in an A-line design with a tie-around belt
Patterned skirt with a stretch waistband
Slightly flared faux leather skirt
Midi skirt with pleated detail
Pleated skirt with a subtle shimmer and an elasticated waistband
Pleated skirt with an elasticated waistband
A-line skirt with a jacquard pattern
A-line skirt with a crinkle effect
A-line skirt with a crinkle effect

Flared skirts : Trends

One of the most popular items of women's clothing is the flared skirt. It allows for complete freedom of movement, can be worn for any occasion and never goes out of fashion. Flared skirts come in mini, midi, knee-high and maxi lengths. Whether slightly flared or very flared, smooth or pleated, this figure-flattering piece is suitable for all types of women and looks incredibly feminine.

What to wear with flared skirts:

The focal point of a flared skirt is the waist. For this reason, figure-flattering blouses and tops are the perfect choice. If the skirt is only slightly flared, you don't necessarily need to avoid a wide top. By tucking your jumper into the front of the waistband, your silhouette will remain accentuated yet relaxed.

Exclusive fashion tip

This is great for women with a feminine figure! The flared skirt, also known as A-line skirt, elegantly conceals problem areas at the hips and thighs without sacrificing on style.