Fall Skirt Trends

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The Midi Skirt
The Midi Skirt
Beyond the Row Design
The shape of the season, the midi skirt works with just about every shape and style—as shown full on Caroline Issa and slim on Christine Centenera—and works with just about anything on top. Pair it with a loose t-shirt and a slim blazer for a modern take on a suit. Shoes should be flat or high-heeled and chunky.
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The Midi Skirt
The Midi Skirt
Beyond the Row Design
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The Pencil Skirt
The Pencil Skirt
Beyond the Row Design
Choose a style that's high-waisted and hits below your knee (new fall trends are even calling for a longer, mid-calf length). Pair your pencil skirt with a cropped sweater or a high neck collared shirt and pointed toe shoes (either flats or heels).
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The Pencil Skirt
The Pencil Skirt
Beyond the Row Design
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The A-Line
The A-Line
Beyond the Row Design
An a-line style flatters just about every shape because it helps to camouflage. Look for a mid-weight fabric that moves when you walk and a hem that hits your knee, give or take a few inches. Wear with slim sweaters tucked in and chunky heels to offset the feminine style of the skirt.
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The A-Line
The A-Line
Beyond the Row Design
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The Maxi Skirt
The Maxi Skirt
Beyond the Row Design
Maxi skirts this season have become fuller and more voluminous. Look for styles that are high-waisted and hit at your ankle or longer. Pair with slim crew neck t-shirts and sweaters and heels or boots. Offset the shape with a chunky belt.
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The Mini Skirt
The Mini Skirt
Beyond the Row Design
The mini skirt is a staple for every season and for fall texture, ruffles, and leather are playing a huge role. Pair your mini with a loose sweater tucked in and low ankle boots or ballet flats for a modern look a la Alexa Chung.

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