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Tuesday, 19 April 2016

The A-Line

The A-line skirt has been around for a few seasons and is one of my favourite items from the 90s revival. 
The 90s A-line skirt was worn short and mainly came in denim or corduroy with some cute pastel cotton versions thrown in. It was mainly worn with skinny t-shirts and long sleeve ribbed tops, the A-line got a bit more of a midi shape by the end of the 90s but the 90s short version is the one currently seeing a revival.
Seperates are always so versatile and the A-line skirt is a great item to own that will see you all through the year, layered up with tights, jumpers and boots during the winter months or with a t-shirt and bare legs in the summer. The A-line skirt works with every type of shoe too from the 90s favourite Dr Martens and old school trainers, chunky boots and sandels to this summers big thing (worn with sports socks), sliders, it's an all-rounder, like a pair of jeans. 
My A-line skirt is denim and was bought from Topshop a couple of years ago, you can still get them everywhere, Urban Outfitters has a lot of really cute A-lines at the moment. Wear yours with a striped skinny polo neck on cold days then swap for a swap skinny tee for the summer.
Here's how I wear my denim A-line skirt all year round....No Debutante styleeee.


















All clothing from Topshop, American Apparel, Dr Martens, Primark, No Debutantes original 90s wardrobe, Maui and sons, Lazy oaf, Urban Outfitters, Adidas originals.  Styling and Photography by No Debutante. 


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