I’ve always been a fan of long and midi pleated skirts and you probably are too! They look so effortless and can be styled in several ways. Long blouses, shirts, baggy and oversized tops have also always been great for for styling pants because they provide maximum butt coverage. These long & oversized shirts may not always work well with maxi and pleated skirts so in this post, I’m sharing 3 ways you can make things work and put together a great look!
#1: TUCK ALL THE WAY IN
This is the easiest way to make things work. Tucking all the way in gives the illusion of a regular blouse, thus solving the length issue. Ensure the shirt isn’t peeking out underneath the skirt for a more cohesive look.
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#2: FRONT TUCK
I love this option because it gives a fitted look at the front and proper coverage at the back. You can also use this to highlight your belt if your outfit includes one.
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#3: FIT WITH A BELT
I’m a huge fan of fitting outfits with belt so this was naturally one of my go-to options. Belts enhance your overall look and it’s definitely helps to draw attention away from the long length of the shirt. You can also pin it at the sides to give a more chic look.
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Thank you for reading and I hope you’re able to try these tips when stuck on how to style your pleated skirts with oversized tops!
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