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Fashionista NOW: The Handkerchief Hem Skirt Style Of 2018

The Handkerchief Hem Skirt Style Of 2018

Love the presence of asymmetry in the hemline of your skirts? Then, this is the skirt style for you!

Break away from the routine of regular hemlines in skirt with the handkerchief hem variety. The whimsical hemline is a take on the asymmetrical skirt trend that looks like when you hold a handkerchief downwards. The hem of the skirt thus have pointed regions that face the ground. The skirt style is refreshing if you find asymmetry attractive in your clothing.

With the handkerchief style midi skirts that I have down below for you, they are in the midi length and flare out. The skirt style might appeal to those with a bohemian fashion love and anyone who is all about the midis. Wear the skirt with a fitted crop top or a tucked in tee. Casual slides make for a laidback look, while dressy heels can give you a polished result.

I hope you will enjoy the handkerchief style skirt selection, available for purchase on ZALORA Malaysia. Enjoy!


Black Drape Handkerchief Hem Skirt


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Cool Green Satin Handkerchief Hem Skirt


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Stripe Handkerchief Hem Skirt


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Which handkerchief midi skirt would you love to wear? Share below – I’d love to know.

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