Trend Alert: Stylish Ways To Wear The Accordion Pleats Skirt From Our Favorite Fashion Bloggers


The accordion pleat skirts are everywhere this fall season from the runways to the street style and we can't get over the different creative ways our favorite style bloggers are wearing this fabulous detailed piece.

The tightly lined pleats, usually in chiffon, velvet, silk, or polyester, give a touch of breezy feminine charm to any outfit, and even more amazing, the trend can be paired with nearly anything in your closet.

So, here are a few ways our favorite fashion bloggers has shown us how to wear the accordion pleat skirts to make your fall style more feminine and chic. Be inspired!

Belted Tops


If you don’t have fitted tops, belting your tops can work to flatter your frame. If you’re on the petite side, don’t be afraid of the length, and you can even wear flats. Like fashion enthusiast Sade Akinosho, think of belting your band-inspired top if it won’t look great when worn tucked in with an accordion maxi skirt.



 Sweater


Pair your accordion pleated skirt with a knit sweater during cold days or if you don’t have that curvy waist definition as boxy tops add some structure to your billowy skirt. Here fashion blogger Monica Awe-Etuk of awedbymonica.com styled her accordion-pleated midi skirt with a cream colored cable-knit sweater and black booties which is totally versatile and appropriate for any occasion.

Classic Button-down Shirt


Like fashion blogger Folake Huntoon of Stylepantry.com, think of tulking-in your button-down shirt with an accordion maxi skirt for a creative work day. However, an accordion skirt that falls on the knees is more appropriate in the office paired with a button-down shirt and a chic belt.

Fitted Graphics Tee


The timeless trick of looking polished and sleek is to wear your billowy bottom with a form-fitting graphics or basic tee. The accordion skirt in midi length is best worn high-waist paired with a fitted top tucked in. By going higher on the waist, the longer your torso and legs appear. Like fashion blogger Stella Uzo of Jadore-fashion.com, create a taller silhouette by going monochromatic with a black and white tee teamed with matching shade of sneaks as well as your accordion pleated skirt that will do the tricks for you.



Chic Blazer or Jacket


If you wish to create a slimmer figure, opt for chic toppers like a blazer or fitting jacket that will brush against your top and skirt like how fashion blogger Nifesimi of Skinnyhipsterblog.com wore hers. However, if you’re curvy, you may opt for a high-waist style that really highlights your shape and falls beautifully over areas you may not want to accentuate. But wearing a chic blazer, jacket or coat will slim you down instantly as long as you wear them open with your outfit.

Structured Top


Like Priscilla of prissysavvy.com, pair your accordion pleated skirt with a structured top. You may wear nuetral tone heels to elongate your frame and tone down the busy look.

Sexy Top


Whether you wish to wear a plunging neck tank top or a sheer blouse, accordion skirts can balance your sexy look by giving some feminine feel to your looks. Like fashion blogger Kristina Bazan, think of a sheer V-neck top that will look more appropriate with a midi length accordion skirt.

With our styling tricks, you’ll be able to look chic and feminine this fall with accordion pleat skirts.

Which style blogger do you think nailed the billowy skirt look for you? For me, I think Sade Akinosho and Stella Uzo brought out a more creative way of styling the accordion pleats...Share your own thoughts below
Trend Alert: Stylish Ways To Wear The Accordion Pleats Skirt From Our Favorite Fashion Bloggers Trend Alert: Stylish Ways To Wear The Accordion Pleats Skirt From Our Favorite Fashion Bloggers Reviewed by Ibitoye Tolulope on November 14, 2016 Rating: 5

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