Spring pleated skirt

Spring pleated skirt… what’s the scoop?

I don’t know about you, but once Spring really kicks in, I like to break out a skirt or two. There are so many skirt offerings this season that it’s quite tricky to choose which is my fave. Whilst I’m a fan of a mini, I fear my above the knee skirt days are drawing to a close, so I’ve recently been on the hunt for a more forgiving piece which still has a nod to that zesty spring vibe but also works on a practical level to hide those lumpy knees. So step forward the spring pleated skirt.

This spring pleated skirt is from L.K.Bennett, and being a bit of a fan of anything yellow, it spoke to me immediately. As many of my buddies would attest, there’s a lot of stuff in my closet, so before purchasing this little cutie, I wondered whether it might be able to make the grade working at different levels in my wardrobe…and the answer I think is yes!

Check out my edit on how to wear the spring pleated skirt three ways.

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Spring pleated skirt… how to wear it.

 For a weekend lunch and an easy take on this cute pleated skirt pair it with a simple statement tee and biker jacket. Grab your tote and throw on your Stan Smiths and head off for some fun.

For the office think about pairing your pastels – I’m all about pastel blue right now, simply can’t get enough of it. I snapped up one of these Iris & Ink silk shirts and currently wear it to death. I’m also loving this Iro jacket, L.K Bennett shoes and Topshop faux fur clutch.

For cocktails think simple luxe items. This Raoul cut-out top works well with this Iris & Ink crepe blazer. To nail a great cocktail look it’s all about the bling – think statement heels (these are Rochas) and bag (this one is Charlotte Olympia) to finish off your look.

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