Let’s look at various ways to wear a pencil skirt…
Going to work is a wonderful opportunity for a trendsetter like you to walk an office corridor like it’s your runway, exhibiting your fabulous work ensembles and giving your colleagues a fair dose of fashion deliciousness.
Turtle neck and Pencil Skirts
A turtleneck top is always a safe bet. Try something different instead of wearing the same old silk shirt or chiffon blouse. When coupled with hoop earrings, a turtleneck with a pencil skirt emits not only ‘bosslady’ feelings but also elegance.
Pencil Skirts and Jackets, or Blazers
Consider this a friendly reminder to always wear multiple layers. When combined with a blazer, pencil skirts appear more professional; however, if a blazer appears too formal, consider a denim or leather jacket instead. This outfit would look great with a shirt, turtleneck, or a strapless top. If you want to go a step further, an ankle or mid-calf boot would be ideal.
Spaghetti Strap Tops and Pencil Skirts
While most workplaces have a strict dress requirement, that doesn’t mean you can’t show some skin and appear attractive. A spaghetti strap top with a pencil skirt exudes confidence and empowerment. If you are concerned about displaying too much skin, you might layer it with a blazer or coat.
Sweaters and Pencil Skirts
There is a narrow line between seeming years older than your age and actually pulling off this appearance. The keys to looking sleek and trendy in this combo are proper colour and design selection. Wearing a basic purple sweater over a red pencil skirt, for example, would be a disaster. Pair a cream sweater with a dark brown leather pencil skirt instead.
Remember that there are several sorts of pencil skirts available, so don’t limit yourself to black; experiment with different colours and fabrics