They are the eye-catchers of summer that we will still see in autumn: Draped skirts are becoming a popular fashion trend
At its peak, the summer of 2020 is showing a new mega trend: We are now wearing draped skirts with knots and drawstrings. The best thing about the trend? The it-pieces can be combined in so many ways that we take them with us in autumn and then just style them a little differently.
Draped skirts: fashion trend in summer and autumn
Draperies are making a comeback this season – this time on our skirts and in different shapes. There are, for example, models that have ruffles on the side of the front thanks to a drawstring, form a slit and thus let the leg flash out when walking. Or those with elegant folds thanks to knots. Incidentally, that is also the keyword for this trend. It is all about laying the fabric or certain interfaces in such a way that either soft or harder folds arise, which create a very special look.
Skirts with knots or drawstrings: this is how you can style the mega trend
What makes draped skirts so popular is not only their special look, but also the fact that they are real figure flatterers and suit different body types and shapes. And then there is her talent as a combination part. Depending on where the skirt was draped and how exactly, a perfect outfit can be styled for every occasion. In summer we wear the it-pieces, for example, with tank tops or close-fitting crop tops and sandals, in autumn we simply throw a blazer over it or combine them with sweaters and boots.
Since draped skirts don’t have to wither in the wardrobe after a season, they are a fashion investment that pays off. We’ll tell you here where you can shop the trend and where it’s already on sale.
The most beautiful skirts with knots for after-shopping
Wrap skirt with knot detail and print by Zara, around 40 euros
Pencil skirt with knot and back vent from Mango, around 30 euros
Patterned crinkle jersey skirt with a decorative knot detail by H&M, around 9 euros
Checkered midi skirt with a decorative knot by Mango, around 30 euros
White skirt with knots and decorative folds from Zara, around 40 euros
Midi skirt with floral print and leg slit by Bershka, around 26 euros
Pencil skirt with ruffles and a shiny look by Stradivarius, around 20 euros
Skirt with drawstring and floral pattern by Shein, 15 Euro
Ruched pencil skirt by Stradivarius via Zalando, around 20 euros
Calf-length skirt in bright orange by H&M, around 10 euros
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