13 Oct 2018

Weekend Wardrobe: Say Pleats Please

Weekend Wardrobe: Say Pleats Please on vickiarcher.com

co skirt  ||  similar blouse treasure & bond  ||  cutest boots from wonders

Say pleats, please.


Say hello to the pleated midi skirt; our latest crush and a new found closet essential.


Ideal for the working wardrobe and taking you elegantly into the weekend, this skirt is the perfect way to do a ‘dressy’ look effortlessly but also works so well for a casual afternoon.


Dressing for A/W doesn’t have to mean leaving our personalities at the door. This pleated number oozes simplicity and its functional shape gives fabulous movement making us want to prance down the streets. Who said function couldn’t be fun?


With the high waist we adore and lengths for all heights, it’s guaranteed to catch us all at our best angle.


We’re currently lusting after this one. Its versatility speaks volumes and it’s certain we’ll be reaching for it in many winters to come.


This alternative comes with a smaller price tag but definitely doesn’t lack the sophistication appeal.


This pleated skirt makes dressing that little bit easier, and who doesn’t want straightforward styling? Let’s wear it with our cream sweater and sneakers?  


When this weekend calls, we will be asking for pleats.

Pleats Please

co essential pleated midi  ||  halogen velvet pleated midi

image, zara

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Michelle à Détroit

I love black or navy pleated shirts. Haven’t tried them in a midi length, though. What a great silhouette. Must try it.


I admire a pleated skirt, but unfortunately, they do NOT look good on me! With my unbalanced hip to upper body proportions, the pleats over-exaggerate my hips. NO THANK YOU! But they are gorgeous and are definitely a must-have for the more angular woman!


I had two as a YOUNG THING I think they were ANNE KLEIN.I LOVED THEM………They were long to the floor wool………….wore them for years with flat boots!XX


I love pleats! But the trick to them is finding the right length to keep the proportions of the upper body to the lower body right. ;)


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