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Fashionista NOW: Minimalist Tulip Midi Skirt Style With Pockets

Minimalist Tulip Midi Skirt With Pockets

Ladies, consider this tulip skirt in a midi length and in your two favorite versatile colors – blush pink and red.

One is for the work place and one is for brunching with the squad. You pick both or either one and do it quick as the holiday sales are happening right now on ZALORA Malaysia and everything is flying off the shelves. When I first spotted this skirt, I pondered at the shape, taking in the silhouette that is quite tulip-like minus the usual draping or front-wrapping.

The way the midi skirt is constructed makes it quite an appealing choice for those into that tulip look in skirts but with a minimal design approach through broad inverted pleats. The two side pockets are awesome if you like slipping stuff into your pockets and the skirt comes with a hidden back closure, lined and is made in insulating fabric so that you can keep some warmth in while looking magnetic in chilled settings as you celebrate NYE.

Well, what are you waiting for? Check out this tulip skirt style for yourself. Enjoy!


Blush Pink Pocket Midi Skirt


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Dazzling Red Pocket Midi Skirt


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

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