I like skirts, I do; I very much like how they look on others, but I don’t wear them nearly as much as I’d like myself, because I’m endlessly picky when in comes to the acquisition of them. I like skirts simple, straightforward, and totally unfussy—as clean-lined as I’d expect a good pair of pants to be. But pretty. And with a little—but just a little— something interesting going on. Like this asymmetrical satin number, which would look so great with a cashmere sweater and tights. (I know some might argue that a satin skirt is the very embodiment of fussy, but I think the trick would be to dress it down and treat it like it were any other material. Very glam.)
Sort of a sophisticated version of a schoolgirl skirt.
This jersey skirt just looks like the soul of comfort.
I wear the hell out of my J. Crew denim skirt, but it’s on the short side: I like the midi length here.
A leather pencil skirt that isn’t skin-tight: a revelation.