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Got a patchwork mini skirt you can’t wait to wear for an outing with the ladies? We show you 7 outfit styles that will highlight the patchwork skirt in the best style light.
The thing about the patchwork trend in clothing is that it’s graphic, geometric and an it adds an automatic colorblock visual effect at the same time.
We’ve seen it before on denim and this year, a new breed of patchwork mini skirts are poised to take over the scene just in time for spring/summer. It goes without saying: You can always tweak your outfit to go with the temperature where you are. Wear sheer tights underneath or layer up loads on top with cozy textures. Or if it’s hot and humid like it is here now, go bare-legged and opt only for airy fabrics.
The patchwork patterns witnessed on the latest mini skirts come in an array of arrangements and shapes. Some are purely square-ish in motif while others are a mix of triangles, rectangles and trapeziums. Colors are richly earthy, autumnal even while some feature the inclusion of bright spring colors like white, baby blue, yellow and turquoise. Denim skirt in shades of blue patchwork design also is a favorite amongst fashion bloggers.
To see how the street-style mavens are carrying off their patchwork skirts this year, as always, have a scroll down below and enjoy!
How To Style Patchwork Mini Skirts?
Brightly Colored Patchwork Skirt
Front Button Patchwork Skirt
Mini Patchwork Skirt
70s Patchwork Denim Skirt
Patchwork Skirt With Contrast Stitching
Suede Patchwork Skirt
What patchwork skirt style do you like best? Do you have a favorite look from this list? Share below!
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