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Top 5 Long Printed Skirts: Back to the ‘50s

Top 5 Long Printed Skirts

It happens every year. The temps drop and the hemlines quickly follow. Make covering up exciting with a bold print. Pair your skirt with a crop top until it starts to really get cold, then transition into a fitted button-up. Just avoid baggy tops at all costs. Contrasting these full skirts with something a little tighter gives you a figure-flattering silhouette that harkens back to the Swinging ‘50s. Which one makes you want to go dancing?

Marni Printed Satin-Twill Skirt:icon The leaves may not have started changing on Marni’s nature-themed skirt, but the length and color palette make it an obvious choice for autumn. On NET-A-PORTER for $1,250.

Matthew Williamson Winter Garden Embellished Organza Skirt:icon Then again, there’s nothing wrong with a little neon. Trendy ombré strikes again – this time with iridescent sequins. On NET-A-PORTER for $3,925.

Prabal Gurung Floral-Print Cotton and Silk-Blend Satin Skirt:icon Prabal’s lush print mixes tropical blooms with Impressionist design. Pick up the coordinating topicon if you want to blossom from head to toe. On NET-A-PORTER for $1,125.

Carolina Herrera Floral-Embroidered Jacquard Skirt:icon Okay, this isn’t a print so much as it is embroidery, but I couldn’t resist! The ladylike A-line can take you anywhere from work to cocktails – pieces like that are must-haves. At Neiman Marcus for $1,690.

Oscar de la Renta Full Skirt: Another abstract take on florals – do I sense a trend? ODLR’s painted de Jouy pattern was actually inspired by 18th century French painting. At Oscar de la Renta for $1,390.



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